Our US distributor, HypOxygen, recently conducted several interviews with scientists using the Whitley H35 Hypoxystation, in order to find out exactly what kind of work they are doing, and how our workstations are helping in their research:
Professor Biplab Dasgupta from the UC Department of Paediatrics at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital spoke about his interest in the development of the central nervous system, particularly the brain in the light of cellular metabolism, and his work on neuronal tumours. You can read the full interview here.
Dr Houda Benlhabib from the Department of Biochemistry at UT Southwestern discussed her research into the role of genetic and epigenetic mechanisms in the regulation of foetal lung development as well as in reproductive and perinatal biology. Click here to find out more.
Professor Margaret Petroff from the Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology at the University of Kansas Medical Center, is working on foetal antigens and maternal recognition of the foetus during pregnancy, autoimmune diseases and their impact on fertility, and the relationship between pregnancy and cancer.
Dr Caitlin Linscheid was interviewed on Professor Petroff’s behalf, you can read what she said here.