Jonathan Douros​

Postdoctoral Fellow, Duke University Molecular Physiology Institute

F32 Awarded by the NIH

I was fortunate to contribute to Drs. Kristin Anderson, Frank Huynh et al., recently published work in Cell Metabolism detailing the role of SIRT4 in leucine metabolism and insulin secretion. 

The organizers of the Gastrointestinal Control of Metabolism Keystone Symposia have awarded my abstract with a scholarship and opportunity to present my work in Copenhagen in May. 

The NIH as funded my Individual NRSA F32 application entitled "Assessing the Role of Glucose-Dependent Insulinotropic Polypeptide to Mediate
Improved Beta-Cell Function Following Bariatric Surgery". 

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Understanding ​​metabolic physiology and pathology through classic endocrinology and multi-omics approaches