Identifying Barriers to Career Progression for Women in Medicine and Science

Eman Gohar, PhD served as a panelist in the open forum discussing barriers to Career Progression for Women in Medicine and Science at Tulane Medicine.

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Sex-specific regulation of kidney signals

 Eman Gohar, PhD, and colleagues studied mice with and without GPER1 expression. In mice with GPER1, females excreted more ET-1 than males; however, this sex difference was lost in mice without GPER1.

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Kidney Cure Spotlight

Eman Gohar, MSc, PhD

2022 Carl W. Gottschalk Research Scholar Grant

My research targets improving our understanding of the molecular mechanisms underlying sex differences in hypertension and associated cardiovascular and renal disease, with a focus on estrogenic signaling in the kidney.

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APS Select Featured Manuscript in the AJP - Renal Physiology, October, 2022

APS Select Featured Manuscript. October, 2022:
The American Physiological Society acknowledges:
Rawan N. Almutlaq, Annie E. Newell-Fugate, Louise C. Evans, Huma Fatima, and Eman Y. Gohar for distinction in scholarship in the American Journal of Physiology- Renal Physiology for the article

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Featured data for a CardiologyTalk video interview

Cardiology Talk on research findings: "Acclimation To A High Salt Diet Is Sex Dependent".

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Kidney News Online Interview

Kidney News Online Interview

May 5, 2021

 “We need to acknowledge differences in access to care, compliance with medications, speed of referral to dialysis, and discrepancies in kidney transplantation in men versus women,” Gohar said.

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AHA funded researcher focuses on gender disparity in heart disease studies

While heart disease and stroke are the #1 and #4 killers of Alabama women, respectively, women are largely underrepresented in clinical studies about cardiovascular disease.

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Selected Publication for AJP-Renal Physiology Podcast

Selected Publication for AJP-Renal Physiology Podcast

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