Meet the Experts

We interviewed researchers at the forefront of various research areas. In this interview series we chat with researchers about topics such as the current state and future of their respective field and what its like starting a lab.


Interview with Kenta Nakamura

Dr. Nakamura is Director of Preclinical Research at the UW Medicine Heart Regeneration Program. This translational research focuses on pluripotent stem cell-based cardiac remuscularization therapies using various preclinical models to optimize the efficacy, safety, engraftment, and maturation of cardiomyocyte transplantation through novel genetic, metabolic, immunomodulatory, antiarrhythmic and delivery strategies.

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Interview with Brent Barre

Brent Barre is a research associate with Lovelace Biomedical Research Institute where he currently works with multiple SARS-CoV2 virus studies, in addition to other infectious diseases as well as chemical agents.
We are pleased to share an interview with Brent, who kindly gave us some of his valuable time to share his thoughts about his current research.

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Interview with David Poulsen

Dr. Poulsen was an incredible researcher, collaborator and friend to all of us at emka. He worked in the Neurosurgery Department, in the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at the University at Buffalo. His research focus was the post-traumatic epilepsy and potential induced seizures.
Dr. Poulsen shared his thoughts about his work during an interview in 2020.

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Interview with Kimberly Londer BS

Kimberly Londer works at the BioMET Center, in the University of Maryland. She is multi-focal and works with the orthopedic department and as a cardiac research assistant. She is using ecgTUNNEL to capture ECG on young mice, without anesthesia.
We are pleased to share an interview with Kimberly, who kindly shared her thoughts about her research with us.

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Interview with Alex Carll

Dr. Alex Carll works in the department of Physiology, at the University of Louisville, KY, USA. He studies the biological mechanisms by which air pollutants weaken the heart, impair cardiac conduction, and compromise hemodynamics, and whether such effects occur through the autonomic nervous system. He uses ecgAUTO software to analyze ECG, blood pressure, and left ventricular pressure in rodents.

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