Dr. Joe Bisesi and Dr. Chris Martyniuk received a new NIH grant to study the effects of brominated flame retardants on thyroid hormone synthesis negative feedback loops

Dr. Chris Martyniuk, an associate professor in the UF College of Medicine’s department of physiological sciences, and Dr. Joseph Bisesi, an assistant professor in the UF College of Health and Health Professions’ department of environmental and global health, are collaborating in a new project sponsored by the National Institutes of Health aimed at shedding light on the effect of certain environmental chemicals on the thyroid hormonal system in animals and humans.

Read more on the UF VetMed website here.

Joseph H Bisesi
Department: Department of Environmental and Global Health

Joseph H Bisesi

Associate Chair; Associate Professor & PhD Program Director
Phone: (352) 294-4703
Christopher J Martyniuk
Department: Department of Physiological Sciences

Christopher J Martyniuk

Associate Chair And Professor
Phone: (352) 294-4636

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