Brumlow joined Southern Research in August 2022. She received a Ph.D. from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, where her dissertation work focused on pharmacological interventions of cardiac arrhythmogenesis in inherited forms of heart failure. Brumlow’s research interests involve employment of in vivo studies and ex vivo perfusion systems to understand the critical involvement of paracrine signaling mechanisms in sudden cardiac death. Prior to joining Southern Research, Brumlow served as a senior scientist and business development specialist at DiscoveryBioMed, a small CRO focused on diseased human cell model development and custom bioassay design. There she contributed to the business success and laboratory operations of a specialized sector of the company called Sentirix, a niche provider of cell-based assays designed to probe the biochemical pathways involved in human taste perception. Brumlow received a bachelor’s degree in violin performance and bachelor’s degree in biology from Furman University.
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