Dr. Christina May presents her paper for JNRLClub, the online journal club. The work in this presentation is from her 2019 paper in Cell Reports, titled “High Dietary Sugar Reshapes Sweet Taste Perception to Promote Feeding Behavior in Drosophila melanogaster.”
The first paper from Monica’s lab was released 07 May 2019! Titled “High Dietary Sugar Reshapes Sweet Taste to Promote Feeding Behavior in Drosophila melanogaster” graduate students Christina May and Anoumid Vaziri explore the changes in sweet taste neurons which […]
Ann Arbor March for Science, April 22, 2017 Science is a Work of Love Monica Dus, PhD Hi everyone! Let’s imagine a scientist. What do you see? Do you see someone wearing a lab coat with glasses? Sitting at a […]
See Monica’s quick talk titled “Let Them Eat Cake: The Effect of Sugar on the Brain” at the 3rd Annual Fast Food for Thought at the University of Michigan (hosted by UM Sustainable Food Food and Agriculture).
50 Shades of Sweet: How Sugar Dominates the Brain We like to think we can resist life’s temptations, but ever tried saying no to a cookie? It whispers to you, it calls to you. Sugar is a powerful force: it […]