I started teaching physiology in 2004 before I obtained my medical degree in 2007. During my Ph.D. career, I have developed a profound interest in myocardial electrophysiology, specifically in transmembrane action potentials acquisition from isolated beating hearts. My doctoral thesis involved the study of the mechanisms postconditioning cardioprotection in the healthy myocardium as well as in hearts from hypertensive and metabolic syndrome rat models.
Emiliano R Diez research interests are: I am interested in cardiovascular interactions with others organs (kidney) and systems (endocrine, nervous), as well as, nutritional interventions. I am an Adjunct Professor in the Emiliano Instituto de Fisiología, Facultad de Ciencias Médicas, Universidad Nacional de Cuyo and an Assistant Researcher in the Instituto de Medicina y Biología Experimental de Cuyo, CONICET, both located in Mendoza, Argentina.