Elsa I. Mangiarua
Department of Biomedical Sciences
United States of America
Mangiarua is a Professor in the Department of Biomedical Sciences. She serves with the MS-1 subcommittee and the Admissions Committee. She is the Chair of the Education Committee. She is also the Academic Coordinator of the Summer Research Internship for Minority Students (SRIMS) and Director of the WV-INBRE Summer Research Program. Her research interests are in the area of cardiovascular physiology and pathophysiology.
cardiovascular physiology and pathophysiology.
Morrison RG, Mills CN, Moran AL, Walton CE, Sadek MH, Mangiarua EI, Wehner PS, McCumbee WD. A moderately high fat diet promotes salt-sensitive hypertension in obese Zucker rats by impairing NO production. Clinical and Experimental Hypertension 29:369-381,2007.
Huang K, Huang Y, Frankel J, Addis C, Jaswani L, Wehner P, Mangiarua E, McCumbee W. The short-term consumption of a moderately high fat diet alters nitric oxide bioavailability in lean female Zucker rats. Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology 89:245-257,2011.
Brown KC, Lau JK, Dom AM, Witte TR, Luo H, Crabtree CM, Shah YH, Shiflett BS, Marcelo AJ, Proper NA, Hardman WE, Egleton RD, Chen YC, Mangiarua EI, Dasgupta P. MG624, and α7-nAChR antagonist, inhibits angiogenesis via the Egr- 1/FGF2 pathway. Angiogenesis 2011.