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Doctor Jillian Simon

Temple University, Philadelphia (United States of America)

Dr. Jillian Simon, PhD, is a biomedical researcher at the University of Oxford in Oxford, UK with a special interest in cardiac disease mechanisms. Her main focus is on understanding the intricate relationship between alterations in myocardial redox balance and regulation of cardiac function. Dr. Simon completed her PhD at the University of Illinois at Chicago in the US, where she held an American Heart Association Fellowship from 2009-2012. After completing her studies she began her postdoctoral work in the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine at the University of Oxford where she remains today. Alongside her work, Dr. Simon also heads the proteomics training scheme, funded by the British Heart Foundation Centre for Research Excellence in Oxford.

Redox-mediated PKA-RIalpha localisation to the lysosome inhibits myocardial calcium release and robustly reduces myocardial injury

Event: ESC Congress 2019

Topic: Signal Transduction, Mechanotransduction

Session: Young Investigator Award Session Basic Science


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