Helen E. Collins Laboratory

Investigating Mechanisms Underlying Female Cardiovascular Resilience and Health

Laboratory Photos

March 2024. Zaynab Pervez (Ballard High School) came 1st place and won a Yale Science and Engineering award at the Louisville Regional Science and Engineering Fair
March 2024. Celebrating Sydney Calvin's 21st birthday in Lab meeting
February 2024. Dr. Collins receiving the 2024 AHA Live Fierce Award at the 2024 AHA Kentuckiana Heart Ball.
December 2023. The Collins Lab Christmas Lunch
October 2023. Collins lab T35 medical student, David Parr, presenting research from his summer project examining how changes in metabolism may contribute to female cardiovascular resilience at Research! Louisville.
August 2023. End of Summer NIDDK T35 Internship Program with mentors and their students
August 2023. Dr. Collins being induced as a Fellow of the American Heart Association (FAHA) at BCVS 2023 (photo credit. Dr. S Jones)
August 2023. Collins lab lunch at BCVS2023 (Pictured, Dr. Collins, Sydney Calvin, and Emily Schulman-Geltzer)
August 2023. Emily Schulman-Geltzer presented a poster at BCVS in Boston on the nature of the maternal hypertrophic response.
August 2023. Collins lab AHA Summer Undergraduate Student, Sydney Calvin presenting her poster on the contribution of the Urea Cycle in maternal cardiovascular adaptations at BCVS in Boston
April 2023. Dr. Collins received the New Investigator Award for the Cardiovascular Section of the American Physiology Society at the Inaugural American Physiology Summit Conference in Long Beach.
April 2023. Kyle Fulghums last day in the lab before starting his postdoctoral studies at the University of Minnesota. We will miss you, Kyle!
Dr. Collins received the Division of Environmental Medicine "Faculty of the Year" award. December 2022.
Dr. Collins giving seminar to the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology. October 2022
Collins Lab group picture. October 2022
Rotation student Leanne Price's last day in the lab. October 2022.
Emily Schulman presenting at Research!Louisville 2022. September 2022.
Maddie Stanback (2021 R35 summer medical student) at Research!Louisville 2021. Maddie received 1st place for the Rhonda A. Hoffman Medical Student Award

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