We are pleased to announce the recipients of the inaugural round of SFRR-E / Oxygen Club of California (OCC) Early Career Researcher (ECR) Fellowships.
The call for the next round of ECR Fellowships will be announced in the coming months.
More info about the "SFRR-E ECR Subcommittee"
Carlos Henriquez-Olguin. University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Title: Disruption of redox compartmentalization as a driver of skeletal muscle insulin resistance.
Carlos will pursue a unique combination of metabolic research using state-of-the-art redox imaging biosensors, compartment specific chemogenetic H2O2 generation tools, and advanced redox proteomics to overcome the methodological challenges associated with the study of redox signaling in physiological settings. This study will significantly push state of the art in understanding the determinants of redox signaling and its biological consequences in tissue and compartment-specific context.