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Stina Rikke Jensen and the Intestinal Insulin Receptor

March 11, 2019

Episode 12

Stina Rikke Jensen, PhD

We celebrate women in endocrinology by launching this podcast series, talking with authors of 12 influential, high-impact research papers representing the spectrum of basic through clinical research, geographical diversity and career stage, published in Endocrine Society journals since 2017. Here we speak with Stina Rikke Jensen, PhD, a researcher at Novozymes in Denmark. Her 2017 Endocrinology paper, on biological roles of insulin and its receptor in murine intestinal growth and function, is part of a special thematic collection of these 12 influential papers.


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