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Nicholas Flavahan Lab

Nicholas Flavahan, Ph.D., M.Sc.

Principal Investigator:
Nicholas Flavahan, Ph.D., M.Sc.
Department:
Transgender Health, Center for

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The Nicholas Flavahan Lab primarily researches the cellular interactions and subcellular signaling pathways that control normal vascular function and regulate the initiation of vascular disease. We use biochemical and molecular analyses of cellular mediators and cell signaling mechanisms in cultured vascular cells, while also conducting physiological assessments and fluorescent microscopic imaging of signaling systems in isolated blood vessels. A major component of our research involves aterioles, tiny blood vessles that are responsible for controlling the peripheral resistance of the cardiovascular system, which help determine organ blood flow.

Research Areas: biochemistry, Raynaud's phenomenon, vascular biology, vasospasms

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