Dr. Gary Mouradian is a well-respected postdoctoral fellow who has been acquiring unique training experiences to better serve pediatric and adult respiratory related disorders. Dr. Mouradian has been trained as a classical whole-animal physiologist and trained in using NGS technologies to understand the neural control of breathing. He also spent 2 years training at the University of Colorado Denver under the guidance of Dr. Eva N-Grayck, a pediatric intensivist, while also an active research affiliate at National Jewish Health under the guidance of Dr. Russell P. Bowler, a pulmonologist and clinical investigator.
Dr. Mouradianís is also focused on understanding the interdependence between the central serotonergic system and the lung neuroepithelial bodies as it relates to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.
Neural control of breathing; Molecular mechanisms of CO2/pH chemosensitivity; Central serotonergic system; Lung neuroepithelial bodies.