Medical College of Georgia
Department of Medicine
The Graduate School
Dr. Ogola received his Bachelor of Science at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, TX, in 2012. He later earned his Ph. D in Pharmaceutical Sciences in 2017 while working with Dr. Thekkumkara’s at Texas Tech School of Pharmacy investigating estradiol metabolism and regulation of angiotensin type 1 receptor. After graduation, he accepted a postdoctoral fellow position at Tulane University in the lab of Dr. Sarah Lindsey investigating the role of G protein-coupled estrogen receptor in vascular function. His career trajectory is indicated by the American Heart Association postdoctoral fellowship and the pathway to independency NHLBI K99/R00 grant. He has published in American Physiology Society and Hypertension Journals. His major focus of research involves investigating the role of sex hormones and sex chromosomes in vascular function.
Role of sex hormones and sex chromosomes in vascular function