In the Media Tag: Adebowale Adebiyi

Adebiyi receives $3 Million for neonatal kidney research

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In the transition from fetal to neonatal life, the kidneys undergo delicate and intricate changes in functionality as they assume the primary responsibility for keeping the blood clean and chemically balanced. Understanding these complex physiological changes is critical, as stressors before, during, and after delivery put newborns at risk of kidney injury and maladaptation. The… Read More

UTHSC professor receives $4.5M for links in kidney, cardiovascular disease

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Adebowale Adebiyi’s lab in the Coleman Building, 956 Court St., spills over two floors now and is in the process of growing again. Adebiyi, who became a full professor in July, this summer also received $4.5 million from the National Institutes of Health for two projects that in 10 years have defined his life’s work… Read More

Adebiyi awarded $4.5 million from the NIH for vascular, kidney dysfunction research

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Despite a plethora of treatment options, the burdens of cardiovascular and kidney disease still pose significant challenges to public health and the economy. Efforts to reduce cardiovascular and kidney disease include scientific investigations into the mechanisms that underlie alterations in the function of blood vessels. These efforts include the research done in the laboratory of… Read More