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Department of

Pharmacology & Systems Physiology 

Seminar Archives 2007

January 9 James Lessard, PhD
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Using the muscle actin genes to study function and disease and development
January 23 Brad Warner, MD
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Studies of resection-induced intestinal adaptation
January 30 Keith Jones, PhD
University of Cincinnati
NF-κB in cardiovascular pathophysiology: the good, the bad, and the ugly
February 27 David Wieczorek, PhD
University of Cincinnati
Understanding tropomyosin function in the heart
March 6 Ernest Wright, DSc
David Geffen University of California at Los Angeles School of Medicine
Imaging functional activity of sugar transporters in mice and men
March 13 Joseph Broderick, MD
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
Course and treatment of intracerebral hemorrhage
March 20 Yan Xu, PhD
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Gene expression profiling: from numeric-based approaches to knowledge-based approaches
March 27 Neal Weintraub, MD
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
Perivascular adipocytes: a new player in atherosclerosis
April 3 Jo El Schultz, PhD
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
Opioidergic system in the pathology of heart failure
April 10 Hannah Carey, PhD
University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine
Mammalian hibernation: a model for natural resistance to stress and trauma
April 24 Steven Boyce, PhD
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and Shriners Burns Institute
Tissue engineering for closure of skin wounds: principles and practices
May 8 James Goldenring, MD, PhD
Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
Origin of gastric pre-neoplasia: a role for transdifferentiation
May 16 The Dean's Distinguished Lecturer in Physiology
Allen W Cowley, PhD
Medical College of Wisconsin
Genetic and physiological architecture of cardiovascular function and hypertension

Genetic determinants and mechanisms of renal oxidative stress
May 22 The Daniel L Kline Lecturer in Systems Biology and Physiology
Lewis A Chodosh, MD, PhD
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
Understanding mammary development and tumorigenesis: Computational biology meets the mouse
May 29 Simon Hogan, PhD
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Pathophysiological mechanisms of intestinal anaphylaxis
September 4 Jay Hove, PhD
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
Small fish, big pond: the emerging role of the zebrafish in biomedical research
September 11 Leslie Myatt, PhD
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
Oxidative and nitrative stress in the placenta: functional effects
September 24 Hamid Eghbalnia, PhD
University of Wisconsin
The buzz about systems modeling: from the structure of a sweet protein to septic shock
September 25 Zachary Spicer, PhD
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine

Sunil G Nair, MBBS
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
Synthesis and evaluation of a novel probe for isolating and identifying serotonin-modified proteins

Bilirubin oxidation products (BOXes) in delayed cerebral vasospasm after subarachnoid hemorrhage
October 2 Randy Seeley, PhD
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
How obesity went to our heads: the CNS and the regulation of body weight
October 8 Curtis Jamison, PhD
Northern Kentucky University College of Informatics
Variation, complexity, and robustness
October 9 Evangelia Kranias, PhD
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
Targeting calcium cycling as a therapeutic modality in heart failure
October 23 Michael Behbehani, PhD
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
Sensitization of glutamate receptors in hormone-related migraine
October 24 Yong Kong, PhD
Keck Foundation Biotechnology and Resource Laboratory at Yale University
How to blast biological databases faster and better than BLAST
October 30 Marshall Montrose, PhD
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
Epithelial repair in the GI tract: scary events
November 6 Gary Shull, PhD
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
Mutations in the SERCA2 and SPCA1 calcium pumps cause squamous-cell tumors in mice
November 13 Teresa Wood, PhD
New Jersey Medical School
Insulin, IGF, and hybrid receptors in mammary epithelial cells: the plot thickens for IGF signaling
November 27 Silvana Obici, MD
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
Nutrient sensing in the CNS: malonyl CoA as a biochemical sensor of nutrient availability