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Jillian Noblet

Jillian Noblet

Graduate Student

Indiana University School of Medicine

Indianapolis, Indiana Area

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Indiana University School of Medicine

Graduate Student

Employing integrative in vivo, ex vivo, and molecular approaches to:
1. Delineate the mechanisms by which coronary perivascular adipose tissue influences the initiation and progression of obesity-induced coronary vascular disease.

2. Investigate potential cardioprotective effects of novel therapeutic targets following myocardial ischemia-reperfusion injury.

3. Determine the contribution of specific ion channels to the control of coronary blood flow at rest and during increases in cardiac metabolic demand.

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Indiana University School of Medicine

Teaching Assistant

Teaching assistant for the cellular and systems biology course for incoming doctoral students. Facilitate one-on-one mentoring sessions focused on the understanding and interpretation of course content, methodologies for effective learning, and test taking strategies.

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Indiana Physiological Society

Council Member

- Working to unite physiologists and promote the discipline in the state Indiana
- Establishing outreach programs to foster K-12 student and teacher interest in physiology
- Leading hands-on physiology activities during Physiology Understanding (PhUn) Week
- Organizing the annual meeting of the society’s ~250 members

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Cardiovascular Section Trainee Council, American Physiological Society

Chair-elect

- Serving as the representative for ~500 cardiovascular trainees nationwide
- Advocating for the needs of trainees within the American Physiological Society
- Promoting cardiovascular trainee participation at national conferences

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