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Jaclyn Brennan

Jaclyn Brennan

Jaclyn Brennan is a postdoctoral researcher at George Washington University, where her research focuses on electrophysiology of the cardiac conduction system. She received her bachelor’s degree in material science and engineering, master’s degree in bioengineering and doctoral degree in biomedical engineering.

Articles by Jaclyn Brennan

Omics study unveils molecular mechanisms of a parasitic infection
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Omics study unveils molecular mechanisms of a parasitic infection

May 25, 2021
Researchers explore life-cycle stages of rumen fluke, a parasitic flatworm that has been increasingly infecting European livestock over the past decade.
Vision health depends on critical fat intake
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Vision health depends on critical fat intake

Feb. 2, 2021
An international research team tests how much omega-3 fatty acid, and what kind, is optimal to stave off age-related macular degeneration. Their work was published in the Journal of Lipid Research.
Establishing connections — from people to synapses
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Establishing connections — from people to synapses

Jan. 25, 2021
Ever since he was a teenager, José Zepeda, former president of the ASBMB Student Chapter at UMass Boston, has wanted to know how the brain works.
From the journals: MCP
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From the journals: MCP

Oct. 16, 2020
Immune signaling in early-stage COVID-19, regulating translation on the ER membrane and reversing asparagine hydroxylation. Read about papers on these topics recently published in Molecular & Cellular Proteomics.