Dr. Michelle Bellingham discusses the results of her recently published findings in The Journal of Neuroendocrinology,”Maternal chemical exposure effects on the developing neuroendocrine system: timing of maternal exposure and fetal sex are important.“
Dr. Odile Viltart, Associate Professor, Université de Lille, INSERM Department of Psychiatry and Neuroscience, Paris, talks about her recently published paper with Neuroendocrinology, “Long-term energy deficit in mice causes long-lasting hypothalamic alterations after recovery.”
Dr. Eleanor Raffen, Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Fellow, University of Cambridge, talks about her research into obesity and the link with POMC gene deletion.
78 downloads since 09 Sep 2016 (as at 22/09/2016) Sven Mueller from the Department of Experimental Clinical and Health Psychology, Ghent University, talks to us today about his recent published research: A Structural Magnetic Resonance Imaging Study in Transgender Persons on Cross-Sex Hormone Therapy.
Prof. Joerg Schefold of the Bern University Hospital, Switzerland talks about his latest publication in Neuroendocrinology – ‘Increased activity of the immunoregulatory enzyme Indoleamine-2,3-dioxygenase (IDO) with consecutive tryptophan depletion predicts death in patients with neuroendocrine neoplasia’. Interview by Dr Julie Ann Lough
Prof. Rudi Wiesner of the University of Cologne, Germany discusses his recent paper ‘Catecholamine metabolism induces mitochondrial DNA deletions and leads to severe adrenal degeneration during aging’, published in Neuroendocrinology. Prof. Wiesner’s group investigate the mechanisms of mitochondrial loss of function and centres around deciphering this process to be able to slow it down and … Read more “Catecholamine metabolism induces mitochondrial DNA deletions and leads to severe adrenal degeneration during aging”