We are pleased announce that Dr. Matthew Potthoff, Associate Professor of Neuroscience and Pharmacology and member of the FOEDRC is the recent recipient of the Roy J. Carver Professorship in Neuroscience and Pharmacology. This honor was given in recognition of Dr. Potthoff’s outstanding contributions to the academic missions of the Carver College of Medicine of the University of Iowa.
Dr. Potthoff’s research explores how peripheral hormonal cues signal to the brain to control body weight and blood glucose levels. Dr. Potthoff’s research has been published in top-ranked journals and his work has been internationally recognized for its impact on our understanding of the endocrine control of metabolism. Dr. Potthoff also serves as the Director of the Molecular Medicine Graduate Program at the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine.
Join us in congratulating Dr. Matthew Potthoff!