Savannah Lusk Receives Diversity Supplement

Congratulations Savannah! She just received an NIH Diversity Supplement to our recently renewed NIH Grant on mapping noradrenergic neurons in respiratory control. Savannah’s work will focus on the potential interplay between the noradrenergic and serotonergic systems in protective neonate respiratory reflexes and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). It is well known that serotonergic deficiencies are linked to SIDS and when modeled in animals, disrupt breathing and chemosensory reflexes. Preliminary data in our lab suggests that noradrenergic system manipulations may be…

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