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The use of transgenic mouse models to understand testis development and fetal-maternal signaling
February 11 2016 at 12:00 PM
Scott Hall
Pancharatnam  Jeyasuria, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics & GynecologyWayne State University
Targeting mechanisms of proteostasis for slowed aging
February 18 2016 at 12:00 PM
Scott Hall
Benjamin Miller, Ph.D. Associate Professor Department of Health and Exercise ScienceColorado State University
Ultrasound: an alternative approach to cardiac fiber-mapping
March 3 2016 at 12:00 PM
Scott Hall
Michelle Milne, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of PhysicsSt. Mary’s College
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Department Spotlight

Research Cells
Life in the Department


Welcome to a modern physiology department with outstanding strengths in molecular, cellular, integrative and translational research that is a dynamic part of the largest medical school in the United States. We have an internationally recognized team of faculty and students dedicated to understanding how genes, proteins, organelles, cells and organ systems function in an integrative fashion. Using innovations which have emerged in recent years our research expands on the knowledge of molecular and cellular physiology to better understand how the integrative systems of the human body function in health and disease. We welcome your interest and invite you to participate in Detroit’s proud tradition of understanding, building, and repairing complex and interactive machineries.

Note from the Chair Centennial Celebration
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Scholarly Productivity
Student Awards

Detroit Cardiovascular Training Program 
(An NIH predoctoral training program)

Wayne State is hosting the 3rd Michigan Physiological Society (MPS) Conference
May 12 &13!  Click on MPS logo (on the right) for information & registration details.