Fourth Year PhD Student, 2013 - 2014
Year Matriculated: 2010
E-mail address: email@example.com
BS in Biological Sciences, minor in Nutritional Sciences, 2008 – Louisiana State University
Advisor: Mark Chappell, PhD; Surgical Sciences
My research focuses on the intracellular mechanisms of action of the renin-angiotensin system (RAS) on blood pressure regulation and renal injury. More specifically, my project is centered on the dysregulation of the intracellular RAS in the production of reactive oxygen and nitrogen species in the development of renal oxidative stress.
Aside from my laboratories studies, I supplement my passion for science by writing articles on the history and importance of the work of early scientists, focusing on the contributions of African Americans.
I am also interested in science educational outreach and building connections between scientists and their local schools. Such efforts may serve to increase student interest in and understanding of science in their lives, while introducing students to science as a possible career.
Honors and Awards:
In recognition of his effor to provide media coverage of the American Society for Investigative Pathology (ASIP) 2014 annual meeting through his blog, and as the first official recipient, ASIP awarded Bryan with a stipend certificate, free registration, and 2014 membership.
Selected as oral presenter for sesion of "Data Diuresis" at the annual Experimental Biology meeting in San Diego, CA, April 2014. Also invited to write a mini review of the topic of his presentation.
Travel award (travel and accomodations paid) from the Endocrine Society to attend FLARE workshop in New Orleans, Feb 2014.
1st place at the 2nd Annual Maya Angelou Center for Health Equity Bowl at Wake Forest Biotech Place, March 2013
3rd place at the 2012 Charlotte Life Sciences Conference, Annual Graduate Student Poster Competition
FASEB travel award to attend ENDO 2013 meeting
Official blogger for the American Society for Investigative Pathology - Experiemental Biology Meeting, 2013
FASEB Stand Up for Science Competition - recognition of Community Hunger Campaign donation towards service efforts
Executive co-chair of Wake Forest Graduate Student Association
Editor, Wake Forest University graduate newsletter
Intersociety Council for Pathology Information, Inc. travel award to attend 2013 Experimental Biology Conference
Bryan Wilson 2nd year student in MMTS received a Diversity Supplement grant for his work with Dr. Chilton on the “Role of Fatty Acid Desaturase(s) (FADS) Polymorphisms”: Grant #, NIH 3P50 AT002782-07S1, Research Supplements To Promote Diversity In Health-Related Research - National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Center for Botanical Lipids and Inflammatory Disease Prevention. 3 years of funding
Bryan Wilson was elected Vice President of the Black Graduate Students Association of Wake Forest University
Selected as a student chair for the “Dietary Bioactive Components” Symposium at the Experimental Biology 2012 meeting in San Diego, California
Won 1st place in the oral presentation competition at the Georgia Institute of Technology Graduate Technical Symposium
Awarded a FASEB travel award to attend the 2012 Experimental Biology meeting in San Diego, California
Selected as an official meeting blogger and press representative for the 2012 Experimental Biology meeting in San Diego, California
Williams, Katelyn, Wilson, Bryan A., O'Connor, Wendi G., Monte S. Willis "Ernest Everett Just, PhD: Pioneer in Ecological Developmental (Eco-Devo) Biology. Journal of the South Carolina Academy of Science, 2013.
Wilson, Bryan A., "Video Education America (VEA). Nutrition and Hydration in Sports (Review)."
Wilson, Bryan A. "Essential Fatty Acids (Book Chapter)." Encyclopedia of Food Safety, Elsevier, 2013.
Published in the American Red Cross Journal of Immunohematology: Bryan Wilson Article Published
Wilson, Bryan A. "Kitcher, Philip. Science in a Democratic Society (Book Review)." Science, Books and Film 48.1 (2012): 19.
Wilson, Bryan A., O’Connor, Wendi G., Monte S. Willis. “The Legacy of Charles R. Drew MD, CM, MDSci.” Immunohematology 27 (3) 2011.
Wilson, Bryan A., Monte S. Willis, and Jonathan C. Schisler. "Sir Hans Adolf Krebs: Architect of Metabolic Cycles." Lab Medicine 41 (2010): 377-80. Print.
Wilson, Bryan A. and Monte S. Willis. “Percy Lavon Julian: Pioneer of Medicinal Chemistry Synthesis.” Lab Medicine 41 (2010): 688-692. Print.