Academy of Bioastronautics Interactive - Upcoming

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Join TRISH for the next installment of the Academy of Bioastronautics. Postdoctoral fellow Karina Marshall-Bowman, Ph.D., and mentor Quan Zhang, Ph.D., from the Massachusetts General Hospital will be featured guests. Awarded Forbes “30 Under 30 Science and Healthcare” list for 2017 in Europe, Dr. Marshall-Bowman will provide a status of her research "Assessment of artificial gravity as a countermeasure to cephalad fluid shifting.

Day: Wednesday, Sept. 12
Time:
 2 p.m. Central Daylight Time
Connect: https://bcm.zoom.us/j/250904432

The Academy of Bioastronautics

Dr. Laurence Young, Apollo program professor emeritus of astronautics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, heads TRISH's Academy of Bioastronautics. The academy provides a virtual, interactive forum for early career scientists - many of them TRISH postdoctoral fellows. The virtual venue allows for mentorship and guidance from the renowned Dr. Young. It gives an opportunity for these investigators to provide updates on their research and ask technical questions while building a community and increasing their professional network.

The virtual meetings are open to the public and allows for expertise and guidance from Dr. Young who will answer your research questions, provide collaboration, and increase your professional network.

AoB Session 5: Vivekanand Vimal, Ph.D. presents June 27, 2018

Dr. Vimal from Brandeis University in Waltham, Maine provided a synopsis and status of his TRISH-funded research, "Predicting individual differences in learning to manually stabilize attitude in a space flight analog environment."

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Mentor: Paul DiZio, Ph.D.

AoB Session 4: Miguel Jimenez, Ph.D. presents May 23, 2018

Dr. Jimenez is part of the Robert Lang lab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, MA. He provided a synopsis and status of Dr. Lang's TRISH-funded research, "Gastrointestinal devices for long-term in situ delivery of therapeutic microbes."

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AoB Session 3: Micaela Cunha, Ph.D. presents April 26, 2018

Dr. Cunha from Columbia University in New York City, New York provided a synopsis and status of her TRISH-funded research, "A mechanistic framework to assess the efficacy of aspirin and other radioprotectors to reduce carcinogenesis by space radiations."

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Mentor: David Brenner, Ph.D.  

AoB Session 2: Heather Allaway, Ph.D. presents Feb. 21, 2018

Dr. Allaway from Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas provided a synopsis and status of her TRISH-funded research, "Will use of long-acting, reversible contraceptives mitigate bone loss in female rats during simulated exploration class missions?"

Mentor: Susan Bloomfield, Ph.D.

AoB Session 1: Dr. Larry Young kicks off the Academy of Bioastronautics Jan. 24, 2018

Drs. Larry Young and Dorit Donoviel kicked off the inaugural class of the Academy of Bioastronautics (AoB) during NASA's Human Research Program Investigators' Workshop in Galveston, Texas. The meet and greet served as an opportunity for the AoB participants - many of them TRISH postdoctoral fellows - to connect in person, meet TRISH members and set the course for the upcoming year.