AJP-Heart and Circulatory Physiology Podcasts

Commentary and discussion on featured articles in AJP - Heart and Circulatory Physiology

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Does inorganic arsenic in drinking water lead to cardiac hypertrophy? In this episode, host Dominic Del Re (Rutgers New Jersey Medical School) interviews lead author Mark Kohr (Johns Hopkins Universi...
April 6, 2021
We recorded our latest episode on International Women’s Day 2021, and the topic is particularly relevant and fitting. Host Jessica Faulkner (Augusta University) interviewed authors Graeme Smith and L...
March 24, 2021
What are the cardiovascular effects of propylene glycol and vegetable glycerin (PG:VG) and saturated aldehydes used in electronic cigarettes? Guest Editor Loren Wold (The Ohio State University) inter...
March 16, 2021
How well do we understand the underlying mechanisms of the cardiovascular consequences associated with binge drinking at night? Consulting Editor Nisha Charkoudian (U.S. Army Research Institute of En...
February 4, 2021
What are the latest technological advances for studying cell membrane proteins? Podcast host Lisandra de Castro Brás (East Carolina University) interviews lead author Tony Gramolini (University of To...
January 22, 2021
What are the acute effects of inhaling nicotine through an e-cigarette on cardiovascular neural regulation? In this episode Guest Editor Loren Wold (The Ohio State University) interviews lead author ...
January 11, 2021
Sleep disorders, such as insomnia, sleep apnea and restless leg syndrome, have acute and chronic negative cardiovascular impacts. Why is so little known about the cellular and molecular mechanisms re...
December 11, 2020
Why should medical school students invest their time in basic science research? That’s our theme for this episode of Behind the Bench from AJP-Heart and Circ. Hosts Lisandra de Castro Brás (East Caro...
December 4, 2020
Does the loss of functional estrogen receptor alpha (ERα) remove female protection from adverse remodeling? We know that right ventricular function is preserved in women with pulmonary arterial hyper...
November 25, 2020
What are the short-term vascular consequences of formaldehyde exposure in healthy female adults? In our latest podcast episode, Guest Editor Matthew Gorr (The Ohio State University) interviews lead a...
November 20, 2020

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