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Department of

Pharmacology & Systems Physiology 

Seminar Archives 2008

January 8 Jeffrey Whitsett, MD
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Transcriptional networks regulating lung formation and function
January 22 Alex Lentsch, PhD
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
Regulation of post-ischemic liver injury by CXC chemokines
January 29 James Herman, PhD
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
Neurocircuits controlling stress physiology
February 5 Thomas Beck, PhD
University of Cincinnati
Ion-transit pathways and gating in bacterial H+/Cl transporters
February 26 John Layne, PhD
University of Cincinnati
Paradoxical relationship between spatial orientation and stabilizing reflexes
March 4 Marc Rothenberg, MD, PhD
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Molecular control of eosinophilia
March 11 David Askew, PhD
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
Unexpected functions for the programmed cell death machinery in the human fungal pathogen Aspergillus fumigatus
April 1 Sean Stocker, PhD
University of Kentucky
Modulation of sympathetic-cardiovascular circuits by dietary salt: new mechanisms for salt-sensitive hypertension
April 22 Bruce Schultz, PhD
Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine
GRIP1 is required for ENaC expression in mammary epithelial cells
April 29 Jorge Moscat, PhD
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
Atypical PKC signaling in inflammation and cancer
May 6 Xiaojuan Chen, MD, PhD
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Islet transplantation: From imaging to β-cell regeneration
May 8 The Dean's Distinguished Lecturer in Physiology
Tomas Ganz, PhD, MD
David Geffen University of California at Los Angeles School of Medicine
Regulation of plasma iron by hepcidin and ferroportin
May 23 The Daniel L Kline Lecturer in Systems Biology and Physiology
Roger Brent, PhD
Molecular Sciences Institute
Systems biology of cell-signaling systems: It's all about the information
May 27 Takafumi Hamaoka, MD, PhD
National Institute of Fitness and Sports, Kagoshima, and Tokyo Medical University
Near-infrared spectroscopy for monitoring muscle oxygenation and oxidative metabolism in healthy and diseased humans
Sponsored by the Department of Neurology
June 3 David Robbins, PhD
Dartmouth Medical School
Exploring the role of Hedgehog signaling in human disease
September 9 Richard Paul, PhD
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
Plasma-membrane calcium ATPase (PMCA) isoforms: compartmentation in smooth muscle?
September 30 Muhammad Ashraf, PhD
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
Smart stem cells to enhance repair following myocardial infarction
October 7 John Williams, MD, PhD
University of Michigan
Pancreatic plasticity: nutrients as well as GI hormones regulate the size of the pancreas
October 14 Bruce Aronow, PhD
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Using integrative systems biology for physiology and disease research
October 28 Lewis Adams, PhD
Griffith University
Neural correlates for the perception of dyspnea in humans
November 4 David Hui, PhD
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
Intestinal lipid transport and metabolism: targets for treatment of atherosclerosis, obesity, and diabetes
December 2 Brian Gebelein, PhD
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Integrating genetic pathways that pattern the nervous system