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Department of Physiology

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The Department of Physiology's goal is to train independent, creative, productive scholars in the physiological sciences. The department offers programs leading to the Ph.D. degree. A combined M.D./Ph.D. or D.M.D./Ph.D. degree program is available for students who obtain prior or concurrent admission to the Schools of Medicine or Dentistry respectively.

In all programs, extensive experience in the philosophy and performance of basic and biomedical research is stressed. By virtue of their inter-disciplinary training, the department's graduates compete successfully for positions in medical schools, universities, government and industry.

 

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Department of Physiology

 Recent Awards

  • Dr. Paul O’Connor was awarded a new NIH RO1 “Role of HV1 in development of salt-sensitive hypertension and renal injury”
  • Dr. Vinicia Biancardi was awarded a 2014 American Heart Association Scientist Development Grant
  • Dr. Mong Wang was awarded an American Heart Association Grant-in-Aid.
  • Dr. Jennifer Sullivan was awarded an American Heart Association Grant-in-Aid.
  • Dr. Mohammed Abdelsaid received an American Heart Association Post -Doctoral Fellowship.
  • Dr. Camilla Wenceslau received an American Heart Association Post -Doctoral Fellowship.
  • Justin Van Beusecum received a American Heart Association Pre-Doctoral Fellowship.

 

Outstanding Physiology Faculty Awarded!

The School of Medicine recently awarded Distinguished Faculty Awards to Michael Brands for Basic Science Teaching and Edward Inscho for Basic Science Research. The School of Graduate Studies honored Wendy Bollag with the Outstanding Faculty Award.

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

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Seminar Schedule

Thursday, 9 am
CA-2109

Physiology Seminar Schedule

 

Physiology Highlights:

Chairman R. Clinton Webb discusses why he came to MCG. ...more

Dr. Virendra B. Mahesh, Professor and Chairman Emeritus of Physiology and Endocrinology and Robert B Greenblatt Professor Emeritus of Endocrinology at GRU, discusses how to have a productive academic career: 

http://www.the-aps.org/mm/Membership/Living-History/Mahesh/VirendraBMahesh.html

 

Faculty Positions Available:

Assistant/Associate/Full Professor - Pos# 1123, Req. # 6024. Please visit http://www.gru.edu/facultyjobs/ to view the job description and apply for the position.  For further information you may contact Dr. Ruth Harris at RUHARRIS@gru.edu .


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