Remi Janicot in the Garcia-Marcos laboratory was awarded an American Heart Association (AHA) predoctoral fellowship for his project “Optical biosensor platforms for the direct interrogation of GPCR signaling in cardiovascular cells”

The goal of this project is to create new experimental tools that can transform how GPCRs are studied. The main benefit over current methods is that these tools can be easily used in cell models that are relevant to study heart or lung disease, which has been an important limitation in the field. These new experimental possibilities would open new doors for the entire cardiovascular research community. The tools designed in this project will allow to study GPCRs with fidelity and precision. This would pave the way to develop new drugs to treat life-threatening cardiac disorders.

Congratulations Remi!