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Oluwadamilola “Dami” Oke

Oluwadamilola “Dami” Oke

Oluwadamilola “Dami” Oke is a Ph.D. candidate of biomedical engineering at the George Washington University with an interest in communication and outreach for science advancement. She is an ASBMB Today contributing writer.

Articles by Oluwadamilola “Dami” Oke

Patients lose weight in trials of schizophrenia drug
Journal News

Patients lose weight in trials of schizophrenia drug

Jan. 9, 2024
In a follow-up study, the antipsychotic significantly reduced the amount of stored fat in both white and brown adipose tissue in mice.
Why cognition declines in Type 2 diabetes patients
Journal News

Why cognition declines in Type 2 diabetes patients

Dec. 19, 2023
A new theory about the correlation between these two conditions implicates the cytochrome P450-soluble epoxide hydrolase.
How public policy work amplifies our impact
Essay

How public policy work amplifies our impact

Nov. 23, 2023
ASBMB Today contributor Oluwadamilola “Dami” Oke describes her journey to advocacy and shares thoughts from a mentor who guided her.
Gut microbes could be key for cancer therapies
Journal News

Gut microbes could be key for cancer therapies

July 25, 2023
Researchers use a special mass spectrometry technique to determine how bacterial metabolites affect epithelial cell differentiation and molecular phenotype.
Exploring marine science at the cellular level
Annual Meeting

Exploring marine science at the cellular level

March 21, 2023
Karlie Tischendorf, a senior at Purdue University, is scheduled to present her research on stingray venom at Discover BMB.