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Julia Hum, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Physiology
Director of Biomedical Sciences MS Program

(317) 955-6265
Evans Center, Room 312A

Julia Hum, Ph.D.

Highlighted Publications

Underlined authors indicate a Marian University student. 

Young, C.M., Fahrholz, C.N., Manikowski, K.J., Hum, J.M., & Skinner, B.W.  Drugs for Metabolic Bone Disease.  In: Ray SD, ed. Side Effects of Drug Annual: A worldwide yearly survey of new data in adverse drug reactions. Volume 44.  Waltham, MA: Elsevier; 2022.

Goode, R.A., Hum, J.M., Kalwat, M.A., (2022) Advances in pancreatic islet β-cell proliferation and regeneration. Endocrinology Advance online publication.

Reyes Fernandez, P.C, Wright, C.S., Warden, S.J., Hum, J.M., Farach-Carson, M.C.,Thompson, W.R. (2022) Effects of gabapentin and pregabalin on calcium homeostasis: Implications for physical rehabilitation of musculoskeletal tissues. Current osteoporosis reports 20(6), 365–378.

Jackson, K.L., Ogunbekun, O., Nick, B., Hamby, T., Herber, J., Hum, J.M., Zahl, S., Baumann, Lowery, J.W. (2022) Addressing motivations and barriers to research involvement during medical school among osteopathic medical students in the United States. Education Sciences 12(6): 407.

Liesen, M.P., Noonan, M.L., Ni, P., Agoro, R., Hum, J.M., Clinkenbeard, E.L., Damrath, J.G., Wallace, J.M., Swallow, E.A., Allen, M.R., White, K.E. (2022) Segregating the effects of ferric citrate-mediated iron utilization and FGF23 in a mouse model of CKD. Physiological Reports 10(11): e15307.

Anloague, A., Patel, D, Henderson, S., Rolfs, H., Powell, M., Patel, S., LaFave, N., Marshall, V., Wacker, B., Young, C., Hum, J.M., Gries, K., Lowery, J.W. (2021) A call for research on soft tissue manipulation (STM) as a bone anabolic therapyJournal of Rehabilitation Therapy 3(1). 

Vincze, J., Skinner, B.W., Tucker, K.A., Conaway, K.A., Lowery, J.W., Hum, J.M. (2021) The Metabolic Bone Disease X-linked Hypophosphatemia: Case Presentation, Pathophysiology and Pharmacology. Life 11(6):563. 

Hsiao, Y., Manikowski, K., Snyder, S., Griffin, N., Orr, A.L., Hulsey, E., Born-Evers, G., Zukosky, T., Squire, M., Hum, J.M., Metzger, C., Allen, M.R., Lowery, J.W. (2021) NMUR1 in the NMU-mediated regulation of bone remodeling. Life 11(10): 1028

Anloague, A., Mahoney, A., Ogunbekhun, O., Hiland, T.A., Thompson, W.R., Larsen, B., Loghmani, M.T., Hum, J.M.,Lowery, J.W. (2020) Mechanical stimulation of human dermal fibroblasts regulates pro-inflammatory cytokines: potential insight into soft tissue manual therapies. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 13(400). 

Hsiao, Y.T., Jestes, K.J., Jackston, K.L., Zukosky, T., Squire, M.E., Hum, J.M., Lowery, J.W. (2020) Neuromedin (NMU) regulates osteoblast differentiation and activity. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications524(4): 890-894.

Gorrell, R.E., Totten, M.H., Schoerning, L.J., Newby, J.B., Geyman, L.J., Lawless, W.G., Hum, J.M., Lowery, J.W. (2019) Identification of a bone morphogenetic protein type 2 receptor neutralizing antibody. BMS Research Notes12(331). 

Hum, J.M., O’Bryan, L.M., Tatiparthi, A., Clinkenbeard, E.L., Ni, P., Cramer, M.S., Bhaskaran, M., Johnson, R.L., Wilson, J.M., Smith, R.C., White, K.E. (2019) Sustained Klotho delivery reduces serum phosphate in a model of diabetic nephropathy. Journal of Applied Physiology 126(4): 854-862. 

For a complete list of publications, visit PubMed

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