GnRH deficiency disease, Kallman Syndrome, and Hypogonadotropic Hypogonadism

Dr Anna Cariboni from The University of Milan discusses her work on rare GnRH deficiency disease, Kallman Syndrome, and Hypogonadotropic Hypogonadism, using gene knockout studies.  Interview by Dr Julie Ann Lough Oleari R., Lettieri A., Paganoni A., Zanieri L., Cariboni A. (2018). Semaphorin Signaling in GnRH Neurons: From Development to Disease. Neuroendocrinology. DOI:10.1159/000495916

Corticosteroid action in the brain: the potential of selective receptor modulation

Eva Viho, PhD student at Leiden University Medical Centre, talks to NEN about her recent publication “Corticosteroid action in the brain: the potential of selective receptor modulation.” Interview by Dr Julie Ann Lough Viho E.M.G., Buurstede J.C., Mahfouz A., Koorneef L.L., van Weert L.T.C.M., Houtman R., Hunt H.J., Kroon J., Meijer O.C. (2019). Corticosteroid action … Read more “Corticosteroid action in the brain: the potential of selective receptor modulation”

JAK2/STAT5 pathway mediates prolactin-induced apoptosis of lactotropes

Dr Jimena Ferraris of the Karolinska Institute and the University of Buenos Aires talks with NEN about her recently published work in Neuroendocrinology on the identification of signal transduction pathways that may play a role in the pathogenesis of prolactinomas. Interview by Dr. Julie Ann Lough de Dios, N., Orrillo, S.J., Irizarri, M., Theas, M., … Read more “JAK2/STAT5 pathway mediates prolactin-induced apoptosis of lactotropes”