Henzler-Wildman Lab (Katherine Henzler-Wildman & Nathan E. Thomas)
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Katherine Henzler-Wildman (University of Wisconsin-Madison) & Nathan E. Thomas (University of California San Diego) On this episode of the podcast we spoke with Katherine and Nathan about their most recent publication (measuring transport stoichiometry), you can read the full publication A solid-supported membrane electrophysiology assay for efficient characterization of ion-coupled transport here. Nathan and Katie highlight the importance of staying persistent in science and following where the science takes you. Keep updated with their latest research Katherine Henzler-Wildman Lab ..read more
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Carlos Pardo-Pastor (King's College London)
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Dr Carlos Pardo-Pastor (King's College London) is a Research Fellow in the Randall Centre for Cell & Molecular Biophysics. He started his scientific journey studying Human Biology, an MSc in Biomedical Research and then completed his PhD in Biomedicine at Universitat Pompeu Fabra. On this episode of the podcast we spoke with Carlos about his most recent publication (Piezo2 Channel), you can read the full publication here. He highlights the importance of funding in science, his personal experiences in applying for grants, and some helpful tips for staying motivated as a researcher and ..read more
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Shashank Pant (University Of Illinois Urbana-Champaign)
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On this episode of the podcast we spoke with Shashank Pant( University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign). We talked about how he started his journey as a researcher and how his curiosity of the scientific process continues to serve as a motivation to publish in high impact journals such as Nature (where he was recently part of an internationally collaboration with Renae Ryan's Lab (University of Sydney). Here they looked at Glutamate, specifically providing insight into the mechanism by which glutamate transporters support their dual function, you can read the full publication here. Connect with ..read more
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Dr. Filip Van Petegem (University of British Columbia)
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On this episode of the podcast we spoke with Dr. Filip Van Petegem about his journey starting as a structural biologist, with the work his lab is currently doing with regards to studying the structure and function of ion channels, membrane protein responsible for electrical signaling in excitable cells. His current projects involve voltage-gated sodium and calcium channels, as well as Ryanodine Receptors which he recently published a paper about, read it here. Connect with Filip on LinkedIn. See the updates on his latest research on Google Scholar and ResearchGate and follow direct updates fr ..read more
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Dr. Yohei Ohashi (Medical Research Council (UK))
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On this episode of the podcast we spoke with Dr. Yohei Ohashi about his unique journey from the University of Kyoto where he was working on his PhD specifically within plant molecular biology. Connect with Yohei on LinkedIn. See the updates on his latest research on Google Scholar and ResearchGate.  ..read more
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Fernanda C. Cardoso, Ph.D (University of Queensland) - The Significance of Drug Screening for Therapeutic validation
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In this episode Fernanda tells us about her journey to be a biologist and her studies in arachnids and spider venom. Read more about Fernanda (University of Queensland) here.  Connect with Fernanda on LinkedIn and Twitter. See the updates on her latest research on Google Scholar and ResearchGate.  ..read more
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Benjamin Lane (University of Leeds)
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Benjamin is a Wellcome trust PhD student, who is working under the supervision of Dr Christos Pliotas and Dr Stephen Muench. He recently joined their groups  to work on his project combining Cryo-EM and PELDOR with electrophysiology, to structurally and functionally characterise novel mechanosensitive ion channels. Find Benjamin on Twitter and connect with him on LinkedIn ..read more
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Catherine Webley (University College London)
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In this edition of the podcast - we speak to Catherine Webley, Master of Chemistry, who completed a placement in the academic research lab in the Solar Centre at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology under the supervision of Prof. Iain McCulloch. She describes her 'love affair' with how the natural world works and the impact that the recent Nobel Prize winners have had on her. Connect with Catherine on ResearchGate and LinkedIn ..read more
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Beatrice Badone, Ph.D (University of Milano-Bicocca)
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Meet: Beatrice Badone, a Ph.D. student at the University of Milano-Bicocca. In the lab, Beatrice currently works with cardiomyocytes - under Professor Paola Coccetti and through the PRIN grant is working on her current project of the hiPSC-derived astrocytes in Alzheimer's Disease; an example of how stem cells can serve as an alternative for screening purposes. Find Beatrice on Google Scholar and connect with her on LinkedIn ..read more
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Claudia Weidling, Ph.D (University of Copenhagen)
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Meet: Claudia Weidling, a Ph.D student at the University of Copenhagen. Claudia is working in The Pless Lab situated in Denmark.  In this episode Claudia tells us about her recent publication in Nature, her experience being a Ph.D student during a pandemic and what advice she would offer to prospective Ph.D students. Read the Nature Publication here. Read more of Claudia's research here "The NALCN channel complex is voltage sensitive and directly modulated by extracellular calcium", co-written by H. C. Chua, M. Wulf, C. Weidling, L. P. Rasmussen, S. A. Pless. Finally, Claudia would like ..read more
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