Celebrating the little victories here! My upcoming K99/R00 “Kangaroo” application was selected by the Stanford Cancer Institute as 1 of just 3 that they nominate for submission to the National Cancer Institute. This application describes several experiments to investigate cancer-brain interactions. I will submit this app soon!
Full FOA available here.
Our paper “The Role of PHOX2B-derived Astrocytes in Chemosensory Control of Breathing and Sleep Homeostasis” has been accepted for publication in at the Journal of Physiology!
This research was led by Drs. Catherine Czeisler and Jose Otero at The Ohio State University.
I’m happy to have been a part of this large and multi-team effort! Congrats to all!
We were awarded a Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences Innovator Grant for our project proposal “Linking the brain to immunity via Deep Brain Stimulation and Mass Cytometry”!
The experiments described in this proposal will use deep brain stimulation in human patients to investigate how modulating the activity of different brain areas influences the immune system.
I am extremely excited to start on this project, which will shed new light onto brain control of immunity.
I have been notified that I received the Society for Behavioral Neuroendocrinology (SBN) WC Young Recent Graduate Award for my dissertation research! I am very humbled to have been selected by the society for this award. I will be honored at the Society for Neuroscience next week.
William C. Young was one of the founders of modern behavioral neuroendocrinology. The SBN honors WC Young through the "WC Young Recent Graduate Award" (initially created in the 1960's by one of the society's predecessors, the West Coast Sex Conference). Selection criteria for the WC Young Recent Graduate Award are based on the doctoral dissertation, scholarly productivity, and letters of reference.
I have been asked to present my research at the Young Scholars Symposium at Cold Spring Harbor Labs in New York on December 6th, 2018!
I will speak on the interactions among cancer, sleep, immunity, and metabolism.
I have been selected as an official blogger by the Society for Neuroscience to write posts covering the annual neuroscience meeting in San Diego on November 3-7th 2018!
If you’re on this website, you already likely follow me on twitter, but in case you don’t, please do (@Jborniger) to receive updates during and following this conference on the latest and greatest science around!!
My F32 application was funded by the NIH on it's first submission! This guarantees me 3 years of funding to study what I love! This project focuses on the interplay between the lateral hypothalamus and ventral tegmental area in learning and memory and sleep.
Funded Grant Available in Resources.
See details on NIH Reporter Here
Cover Image: Lateral hypothalamic hypocretin/orexin neurons (green) and the immediate early gene cFos (red). (credit: JCB)