Congratulations to the Bayliss & Guyenet Labs: UVA Today Q&A on Interoception

April 13, 2021 by

Pharmacology Department Chair, Doug A. Bayliss, PhD,  was featured in UVAToday as he discussed interoception and the work his lab in collaboration with the Guyenet lab have conducted in identifying and tracking the brain cells that sense CO2. Furthermore their work also focuses on the actual molecules in those brain cells that serve as detectors. Dr. Bayliss is also a member of the UVA Brain Institute, which is building a network of scientists across Grounds focused on some of the most important problems in neuroscience today. Please visit UVAToday for the full interview.