03/25/2015CXCL-9, -10 and -11 Levels Improve the Discrimination of Risk Prediction Models for Left Ventricular DysfunctionDr. Raffaele AltaraPostmenopausal Hypertension is Blunted Following Chronic Flutamide Treatment in Intrauterine Growth Restricted Female RatJohn Henry DasingerMelanocortin-4 Receptor (MC4R) Deficiency Promotes Increases in High-Fat Diet-Induced Body Weight Gain and Visceral Fat, but not Hypertension, During PregnancyDr. Frank SpradleyPlacental Ischemia Impairs Cerebral Blood Flow Autoregulation and Increases Blood-Brain Barrier Permeability in Pregnant RatsDr. Junie Paula Warrington Please click here for more information
KudosCongratulations to Andrew Brown, a recipient of the 2015 Excellence in Professional Student Research Travel Award. This award is sponsored by the American Physiological Society and will enable Nathan to present his work entitled, "Impact of Chronic Salt Load on Mean Arterial Pressure in Female Growth Restricted Rats at One Year of Age."
Welcome to the Department of Physiology and Biophysics. Our primary mission is to maintain the highest possible level of productivity and excellence in teaching, research and service programs to the University of Mississippi Medical Center and to the national and scientific community.
We use an integrative approach to study cardiovascular, renal, neuro-endocrine and metabolic systems in normal physiology and certain diseases. Our graduate program contains a strong emphasis on research and on integrating whole animal physiology with genetics, molecular and cellular biology. Our graduate program has outstanding mentoring and provides highly qualified students the opportunity to obtain a PhD or MD/PhD degree.
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