Ana Gorelova

Molecular Pharmacology

University of Pittsburgh

Anastasia Gorelova is a Russian-born PhD candidate from the University of Pittsburgh studying cellular processes involved in cardiovascular diseases with a goal to improve existing drug therapies.

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You Are What You Meat

We worked with scientists in the field to explain how we’re growing meats in labs—and when you can eat them. It's your introduction to the next agricultural revolution.

Ana has authored 8 articles

It's easy to overlook where our meat comes from Read now →

Inside the long, invisible supply chains transporting meat from slaughter to supermarket

Mouth-watering flavor is harder to engineer than we hoped Read now →

Cultured meat is making rapid advances, but there's still a long way to go

I’m a Russian scientist. Why can’t Americans see past my citizenship? Read now →

In my adopted home, I've found distrust divorced from the reality of my work

Five facts about Mae Jemison, doctor, dancer, and the first woman of color in space Read now →

You know she went to space. But do you know which TV show inspired her to go?

Why studies that rely too much on drugs often fail to hold up Read now →

A pharmacologist argues that scientists shouldn't depend on pharmacological agents

In science, failure can be a blessing. Just look at Viagra Read now →

The little blue pill started life as a failed treatment for chest pain

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Could raising our body temperature treat depression? Read now →

Hyperthermia could be more effective than anti-depressants, with fewer side effects

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