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  • Portrait of Irving Zucker, PhD, FAPS

    Irving Zucker, PhD, FAPS Theodore F. Hubbard Professor of Cardiovascular Research, University of Nebraska Medical Center

    APS Member since 1975
    Studying the Heart Blood Pressure Antioxidant Link

    Studying the effects of antioxidants on the nervous system, heart and blood pressure

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  • Portrait of Carmen Hinojosa-Laborde, PhD, FAPS

    Carmen Hinojosa-Laborde, PhD, FAPS Research Physiologist, U.S. Army Institute of Surgical Research

    APS Member since 1990
    Safely Managing Pain for Injured Soldiers

    Exploring how analgesics affect the body’s response to hemorrhage and trauma

    More on Carmen's Research
  • Portrait of Ronald M. Lynch, PhD, FAPS

    Ronald M. Lynch, PhD, FAPS Director, Arizona Research Institute for Biomedical Imaging, Professor of Physiology, University of Arizona

    APS Member since 1992
    Managing Insulin through Imaging

    Researching the role of β-cells in insulin regulation and alternative treatments for people with diabetes

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