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Nathan Ni, PhD

Nathan Ni earned a PhD in Physiology from Queen's University in 2013, where he investigated the role of inflammatory leukotriene pathways in myocardial infarction. He then underwent a two-year postdoctoral training stint at Toronto's University Health Network, where he looked at the effects of aging on stem cell effectiveness. Nathan joined The Scientist’s Creative Services Team in December 2016 and is currently an Associate Science Editor.

Articles by Nathan Ni, PhD
Exploring how spatial relationships drive heart function
Mapping Out What Makes the Heart Tick
Nathan Ni, PhD | Jun 27, 2022 | 3 min read
A novel atlas reveals region-specific links between structural, mechanical, and genetic properties within the heart.
Mapping the Brain in 3-D
Mapping the Brain in 3-D
Nathan Ni, PhD | Oct 5, 2021 | 1 min read
3-D brain atlases help scientists better understand brain function in physiological and pathological situations.
Laptop displays CRISPR poster.
The Next Generation of CRISPR-Cas Systems
Nathan Ni, PhD | Feb 4, 2021 | 1 min read
Researchers reinvent genome editing with new CRISPR-Cas systems.