Dr. Jonnelle Edwards-Glenn is a postdoctoral researcher that holds a BS and PhD from the University of Toledo. During her PhD, she studied the effect of bacterial and mitochondrial peptides on salt-sensitive hypertension. She joined the Rajagopalan lab in September 2021 and is studying the effect of air pollution on cardiovascular disease, specifically vascular function and single-cell transcriptomics in atherosclerosis.
Awards and Honors
“Endothelial mesenchymal transition with air pollution mediated atherosclerosis: insights from single cell RNA sequencing and trajectory inference analysis”, Inaugural American Physiology Summit, 04/22/2023
“Single Cell RNA Sequencing Analysis in Atherosclerosis Reveals Unique Cell Types and Differential Profiles in Response to Chronic Exposure to Ambient Air Pollution”, Society of Toxicology, 03/22/2023