The McIntyre Lab is part of the Department of Neuroscience and the University Center for Smell and Taste at the University of Florida College of Medicine.  We study the cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying olfactory function. The lab is interested in mechanisms to treat the loss of the sense of smell (anosmia) and how odor information is modulated in the olfactory bulb. We use employ a wide variety of techniques including gene therapy, confocal microscopy, calcium imaging, electrophysiology, molecular and cell biology, and transgenic mouse models.

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  1. Jeremy McIntyre 🔬👃Jeremy McIntyre 🔬👃 said: RT @UFCST: Here’s our meeting report for #SmellTaste2019. Thanks again to everyone who joined (from Gainesville, FL to Auckland, New Zealan…This happened about 4 hours ago
  2. Jeremy McIntyre 🔬👃Jeremy McIntyre 🔬👃 said: RT @JPiacentiniPhD: CBIT is a non-medication behavioral therapy. Recommended as a first-line treatment for tics by experts in the U.S. @AANThis happened about 7 hours ago
  3. Jeremy McIntyre 🔬👃Jeremy McIntyre 🔬👃 said: RT @Barlow_Lab: Also positing that chemical communication in humans can’t be faked. https://t.co/yB9SOUjyw0This happened about 9 hours ago

  1. UFCSTUFCST said: Here’s our meeting report for #SmellTaste2019. Thanks again to everyone who joined (from Gainesville, FL to Aucklan… https://t.co/r6pO96kKMDThis happened about 4 hours ago
  2. UFCSTUFCST said: Thx, Kat. A shout-out to @UF’s Jeff Martens and his lab’s pursuit of gene-therapy approaches to treat congenital an… https://t.co/874J7t6N5JThis happened yesterday
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