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Systems Biology and Physiology Graduate Program

Current Students  |  Emma Teal

Peter K. Lauf Award 2017, Ohio Physiological Society
Vice-President, Health Sciences Graduate Student Organization
Junior Trainee Representative, Cell and Molecular Physiology Section Steering Committee, American Physiological Society

The long-term objective of my research is to understand the role of CD44v9 in gastric ulcer repair. My thesis work is focused on ROS protection after gastric injury and macrophage influence on SPEM emergence in the gastric epithelium after injury.

Publications, Complete List at PubMed
Emma Teal

Year in Program: 4th

Hometown: West Chester, Ohio

Mentor: Dr. Zavros


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