August 13, 2019
AJP-Cell Physiology's latest Podcast features Associate Editor Thomas Hawke in Discussion with Esther E. Dupont-Versteegden from University of Kentucky, about the recently-published Rapid Report “Resident muscle stem cells are not required for testosterone-induced skeletal muscle hypertrophy” (https://doi.org/10.1152/ajpcell.00260.2019)
Authors of the paper From left to right: Kevin A Murach, Davis A Englund, Ally C Neal, Bailey D Peck, Hannah A Caldwell, John J. McCarthy, Charlotte A Peterson, and Esther E. Dupont-Versteegden
May 8, 2017
In this special podcast the Editor-in-Chief of AJP-Cell, Prof. Josephine C. Adams (University of Bristol, UK), has a discussion with the AJP-Cell Paper of the Year 2016 Award winner, Dr. Nathan Zaidman (now at John Hopkins, USA), and his mentor, Prof. Scott O'Grady (University of Minnesota, USA). The research underlying the winning paper was carried out as part of Nathan's Ph.D. research in Prof. O'Grady's laboratory.
This podcast explores the major findings of the 2016 AJP-Cell Physiology Paper of the Year “Differentiation of human bronchial epithelialcells: role of hydrocortisone in development of ion transport pathways involvedin mucociliary clearance” (DOI: 10.1152/ajpcell.00073.2016). The authors explain how they investigated the role of hydrocortisone (HC) in differentiation and development of the ion transport phenotype of normal human bronchial epithelial cells under air-liquid interface conditions.
The discussion also touches on possible future research directions. Dr. Zaidman shares valuable advice for other students about the key factor to consider when it comes to choosing a postdoctoral research project.
Presentation of the award to Dr. Nathan Zaidman by Prof. Josephine Adams, Editor-in-Chief, at EB 2017.
April 13, 2016
Editor-in-Chief of AJP-Cell, Professor Josephine C. Adams (University of Bristol, UK) in conversation with the winner of the AJP-Cell Paper of the Year 2015 Award, Dr. Anna Vainshtein (now at Baylor College of Medicine, USA), and her PhD supervisor Dr. David A. Hood (York University, Canada).
This podcast explores the major findings of the 2015 AJP-Cell Physiology Paper of the Year "Role of PGC-1α during acute exercise-induced autophagy and mitophagy in skeletal muscle". The authors explain how they came to study the effects of exercise on stimulating the breakdown of dysfunctional mitochondria in skeletal muscle. The authors and Editor-in-Chief discuss possible future research and Dr. Vainshtein shares her thoughts for other junior investigators on choosing a postdoctoral research project after completing a PhD.
Presentation of the award to Dr. Anna Vainshtein by
Professor Jo Adams, Editor-in-Chief, at the
CaMPS/AJP-Cell-sponsored Symposium during EB 2016.