Jason is investigating a novel enzyme implicated in mediating the anti-inflammatory action of adiponectin in obesity-related disorders. He hopes his work will aid in the identification of novel targets for the treatment of type 2 diabetes and obesity. He is interested in pursuing a career in research and development and is primarily interested in the fields of Immunobiology, Metabolism, and Aging.
Ryu, J.; Loza, C.A.; Xu, H.; Zhou, M.; Hadley, J.T.; Wu, J.; You, H.; Wang, H.; Yang, J.; Bai, J.; Liu, F.; Bialowas, C.; Dong, L.Q. Potential Roles of Adiponectin Isoforms in Human Obesity with Delayed Wound Healing. Cells 2019, 8, 1134.
David Carrillo Memorial Fellowship Award, 2019
T32 Biology of Aging Training Grant, 2020
B.S., Neurobiology and Physiology, Purdue University, 2013