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Research by graduate student Alicia Vagnozzi published in eLife

A research article co-written by Alicia Vagnozzi, graduate student in CWRU’s Department of Neuroscience, has been published in an issue of eLife

Vagnozzi’s article, titled “Phrenic-specific transcriptional programs shape respiratory motor output,” details research she and her colleagues completed at CWRU’s Philippidou Lab while studying the patterns of connectivity in neural breathing circuits. 

Read Vagnozzi’s article here.