Dr. Annette de Kloet, Ph.D.

Dr. Annette de Kloet investigates neural circuits that regulate energy balance and cardiovascular function.

Dr. Annette de Kloet

Research:

Dr. de Kloet’s research program is broadly focused on elucidating mechanisms underlying obesity and co-morbid conditions such as hypertension and diabetes.  A particular emphasis is placed on the interactions among the neural circuits that regulate energy balance with those that control blood pressure, and also on the impact that the renin-angiotensin system has on these circuits.   

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Dr. Annette de kloet

Education and Training/Previous Appointments


2015: Postdoctoral Training: University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
2011: Ph.D.: University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH (Neuroscience)
2006: B.S.: Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL (Biomedical Engineering)

Awards and Honors
2019: Awarded NIH funding for a 5-year R01 titled “Interrogating distinct angiotensin type-1 and type-2 receptor containing brain circuits to understand and alleviate hypertension.” 

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Dr. Annette de kloet

Teaching (Including Courses)

Physiology Grant Writing (GMS5905)
Fundamentals of Medical Physiology (GMS 6440)
Fundamentals of Physiology and Functional Genomics 1 (GMS 6471)
Fundamentals of Physiology and Functional Genomics 3 (GMS 6473)
Human Physiology for Physician Assistants (PAS 5025)

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