Josue Murillo

Graduate Student

Personal Statement:

Program:
IBMS Physiology and Pharmacology Discipline

Hobbies and Interests:
Hiking, cooking, baking, watching movies


Education

B.S. in Biological Sciences, University of Texas in El Paso

Research

Stem-cell induced pain relief is a field of study that has shown much promise in relieving pain associated with migraines and osteoarthritis. However, there are still many questions about how stem-cells can be used to treat dental related pain. My current research focuses on unraveling the mechanism of mesenchymal stem cell induced analgesia on a model of apical periodontitis. The long-term goal of my research is to understand peripheral pain mechanism in the orofacial region.

Awards & Accomplishments

Academic and Research Excellence Undergraduate Student Award – 2019