“Delta sleep‐inducing peptide and glucocorticoid‐induced leucine zipper: potential links between circadian mechanisms and obesity?”1
Gimble JM, Ptitsyn AA, Goh BC, et al. Delta sleep-inducing peptide and glucocorticoid-induced leucine zipper: potential links between circadian mechanisms and obesity? Obesity Reviews
. Published online November 2009:46-51. doi:10.1111/j.1467-789x.2009.00661.x
- Jeffery Gimble PhD DSIP
Dr. Gimble received his M.D. and Ph.D. from Yale University, where he began his 30+ year research career. During this time, he has held several full-time and adjunct faculty positions, and has biotechnology industry experience on staff at Zen-Bio and as a co-founder of Artecel Sciences. Dr. Gimble’s professional career has focused on the isolation, characterization, and clinical translation of stromal/stem cells from adipose tissue, bone, and bone marrow, resulting in more than 200 published manuscripts. Together with Dr. Wu, he co-founded LaCell LLC and Obatala Sciences to provide this expertise to the broader academic and biotech research communities.
Jeffery Gimble has a BA Biology from the Yale University School of Medicine. Jeffery Gimble PhD currently works at the Obatala Sciences and has 6 years experience in researching Links between circadian mechanisms and obesity at the Pennington Biomedical Research Center. One of their notable works include "Delta sleep‐inducing peptide and glucocorticoid‐induced leucine zipper: potential links between circadian mechanisms and obesity?". Published online November 2009. doi:https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-789X.2009.00661.x [PubMed]
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