Michelle T. Foster

University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH 
"Michelle Foster"
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Timothy J. Bartness grad student 2005 Georgia State
 (Central nervous system regulation of fat cell lipid mobilization: The role of the sympathetic nervous system.)
Stephen C. Woods post-doc 2007- University of Cincinnati
Mary Dallman post-doc 2005-2007 UCSF
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Katzer K, Hill JL, McIver KB, et al. (2021) Lipedema and the Potential Role of Estrogen in Excessive Adipose Tissue Accumulation. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 22
Neil ES, McGinley JN, Fitzgerald VK, et al. (2019) White Kidney Bean ( L.) Consumption Reduces Fat Accumulation in a Polygenic Mouse Model of Obesity. Nutrients. 11
Hill JL, Solomon MB, Nguyen NT, et al. (2019) Glucocorticoids regulate adipose tissue protein concentration in a depot- and sex-specific manner. Stress (Amsterdam, Netherlands). 1-15
Magnuson AM, Regan DP, Booth AD, et al. (2019) High-fat diet induced central adiposity (visceral fat) is associated with increased fibrosis and decreased immune cellularity of the mesenteric lymph node in mice. European Journal of Nutrition
Solt CM, Hill JL, Vanderpool K, et al. (2019) Obesity-induced immune dysfunction and immunosuppression: TEM observation of visceral and subcutaneous lymph node microarchitecture and immune cell interactions. Hormone Molecular Biology and Clinical Investigation
Hill JH, Solt C, Foster MT. (2018) Obesity associated disease risk: the role of inherent differences and location of adipose depots. Hormone Molecular Biology and Clinical Investigation
Magnuson AM, Fouts JK, Regan DP, et al. (2018) Adipose tissue extrinsic factor: Obesity-induced inflammation and the role of the visceral lymph node. Physiology & Behavior
Peppler WT, Townsend LK, Knuth CM, et al. (2017) Subcutaneous inguinal white adipose tissue is responsive to, but dispensable for, the metabolic health benefits of exercise. American Journal of Physiology. Endocrinology and Metabolism. ajpendo.00226.2017
Magnuson AM, Regan DP, Fouts JK, et al. (2017) Diet-induced obesity causes visceral, but not subcutaneous, lymph node hyperplasia via increases in specific immune cell populations. Cell Proliferation
Thyagarajan B, Foster MT. (2017) Beiging of white adipose tissue as a therapeutic strategy for weight loss in humans. Hormone Molecular Biology and Clinical Investigation
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