IH Workshop

Neurotherapeutic Intermittent Hypoxia Workshop 2020

BREATHE at the Center for Respiratory Research and Rehabilitation hosted the second Neurotherapeutic Intermittent Hypoxia Workshop, with over 50 attendees from around the world. Participants discussed the therapeutic potential of intermittent hypoxia to enhance traditional rehabilitation in diverse […]

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Mitchell team receives National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute grant

Dr. Gordon Mitchell and his team were recently awarded a grant from the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute concerning how two important cell types in the spinal cord interact to regulate respiratory plasticity triggered by […]

CRRR Retreat

A Night at the Museum

The Center for Respiratory Research and Rehabilitation hosted its 4th Retreat on January 17.  The event was held at the Florida Museum of Natural History and included an overview of […]

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Recent News

Jose Oberto and Amari Thomas have been awarded APS Undergraduate Summer Research Fellowships

Jose Oberto is the recipient of a APS Hearst Undergraduate Summer Research Fellowship hosted by Gordon Mitchell, PhD. Amari Thomas is the recipient of a Short-Term Research Education Program to […]

Dr. Arash Tadjalli

Dr. Arash Tadjalli has been awarded a Parker B. Francis Fellowship sponsored by the Francis Family Foundation

  Dr. Arash Tadjalli, mentored by Dr. Gordon Mitchell, succeeded in a highly competitive program and has been awarded a Parker B. Francis Fellowship sponsored by the Francis Family Foundation. […]

Seminars and Conferences

Special Seminar – Chris West, PhD February 13, 2020

Special Seminar – Chris West, PhD February 13, 2020

“Cardiopulmonary physiology after spinal cord injury: Implications and Interventions”

Social & Science – Ralph Fregosi, PhD November 21, 2019

Social & Science – Ralph Fregosi, PhD November 21, 2019

“The therapeutic potential of diverse motoneuron intrinsic and synaptic properties.”

Special Seminar – Ralph Fregosi, PhD November 21, 2019

Special Seminar – Ralph Fregosi, PhD November 21, 2019

“Perinatal nicotine exposure and motoneuron development: can homeostatic plasticity mitigate the impact of neurotoxicity?”

Social & Science – Jay Dean, PhD October 15, 2019

Social & Science – Jay Dean, PhD October 15, 2019

“Physiological Warriors: winning the world’s 1st high-altitude, high-speed air war (1939-1945)”

When Less Oxygen Means More Healing

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