Science Exchange Stories: Eric Hugo, adipose tissue researcher

April 7, 2014 | Posted by Tess Mayall in Stories |

erichugoWho knew fat could be so interesting? Eric Hugo did. Eric is an adipose tissue researcher at the University of Cincinnati. His research on adipose cells spans the cellular biology world. From breast cancer to antipsychotic drugs, Eric studies how dopamine receptors on adipose tissue cells respond to things in the body.

I spoke with Eric recently about his research, its implications, and how he used Science Exchange. Read his story below:

Q: How long have you been doing research?

Eric: I got my PhD in 1992, but I’ve only been in adipose biology since 2002. I had been teaching for ten years and in 2002 I decided to return to research. So, I started a second post-doc ten years after my first. The person that hired me gave me a second chance, and I found that I really enjoyed being back in the lab. It’s worked out; I’m very proud of the twenty publications I’ve received. Read the rest of this entry »

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