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Long evaluates stress in residency training and the implementation of wellness programs to improve trainee well-being.
Stress-induced signaling and cell death.
Our studies to date have explored different stress kinases, including glycogen synthase kinase and mixed lineage kinase 3 (MLK3), showing that the blocking of these kinases has beneficial effects in our in vitro and in vivo NASH mode...
Joyner and his research team focus on how various forms of physical stress and mental stress influence the cardiovascular and respiratory systems.
HIG2, on the other hand, acts to protect cells in low-oxygen environments against oxidative stress and damage.
We focus on athletic populations and people in high-stress or extreme environments that demand optimal performance.
In addition, we study people with diseases that cause ongoing physical stress, such as pulmonary arterial hypertension and heart failure.
This results in too little oxygen in the bloodstream, which causes a large number of stress responses that severely damage health.
Clarifying the physiologic mechanisms by which symptom burden, physical functioning and stress reciprocally interact in order to develop improved treatment approaches.
Oeckler and his team seek to understand how cells sense and respond to physical forces — a process termed mechanotransduction — and specifically focus on how individual lung cells wound and repair in response to deforming stress...
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