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2010 - 2011

Research-In-Progress Seminars

 

All seminars will be in R101 of the Research Building starting from 12:15 PM.


Date Speaker Title
Sept 9, 2010 John E Gadsby, Ph.D. , Professor of Physiology, NCSU-CVM/MBS
http://cvm.ncsu.edu/mbs/personnel/gadsby_john.html
"Toll-like receptors (TLR) in the bovine corpus luteum; role in dairy cattle with uterine disease?"
Oct 7, 2010

Jason Newbern, PhD Postdoctoral fellow, Snider Lab
UNC Neuroscience Center,  UNC School of Medicine

"Specific developmental functions of ERK/MAPK in the peripheral nervous system"
Nov 11, 2010

Scott Dindot, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Department of Veterinary Pathobiology
Texas A&M University
Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences

(host: Dr. Jorge Piedrahita, NCSU-CVM)

"Copy number variation in the genomes of domestic animals: Potential mechanism of phenotypic variation and disease"
Dec 9, 2010

Dr. Nanette Nascone-Yoder
Assistant Professor Developmental biology
NCSU-CVM

"Phrog Pharming: what small molecule screens in frog embryos reveal about development and drug discovery"
Jan 6 , 2011

Dr. Margaret Gruen
Veterinarian and Dept. of Clinical Sciences Faculty Member

NCSU-CVM

"Behavioral Assays to Detect Cognitive-Motor Dysfunction in FIV infected
Cats"
Feb 10, 2011

Dr Paula Miliani de Marval. Department of Dermatology, Duke University.

(HOST: Dr Marcelo Rodriguez-Puebla)

CYLD function in skin tumorigenesis and metastasis
Mar 10, 2011 Dr. Nikolaus Trede
The Huntsman Cancer Institute, University of Utah
“Zebrafish Adaptive Immunity: Models for Development, Malignant Transformation and Drug Discovery”
Apr 7, 2011 Yoshiaki Tsuji, PhD
Department of Environmental and Toxicology, NCSU
A New Regulatory Mechanism of the CREB Transcription Factor Family under Genotoxic Stress
May 12, 2011 Dr. Leslie Sombers, Assistant Professor,
Analytical Chemistry, NCSU
(HOST: Dr. Troy Ghashghaei)
“ Real-Time Electroanalysis of Rapidly Fluctuating Small Molecules in > Neuronal Systems.”