Journal Club Schedule

Pharmacology Journal Club

is held on selected Mondays during the Fall and Spring Terms in the Thomas E. Starzl Biomedical Tower, Conference Room 1395 beginning at 8:30 am.

 

Announcements may also be found on:

 The Department of Pharmacology & Chemical Biology Events Calendar

and on the electronic message board in the main hall on the 13th floor of BSTWR.

 

 

9/19/2019- 10:45 AM : Zheqi Li
"Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor Signaling Prevents Activation of Hepatic Stellate Cells and Liver Fibrogenesis in Mice."

9/26/2019- 10:45 AM : Atinuke Dosunmu-Ogunbi
"Electrophilic fatty acids impair RAD51 function and potentiate the effects of DNAdamaging agents on growth of triple-negative breast cells"

10/3/2019- 10:45 AM : Thong Loung
"TBA"

10/10/2019- 10:45 AM : Maria Beecher
"TBA"

10/24/2019- 10:45 AM : Joseph Galley
"TBA"

10/31/2019- 10:45 AM : Nicholas Todd
"TBA"

11/7/2019- 10:45 AM : Michelle Lynskey
"TBA"

11/14/2019- 10:45 AM : Dennis Braden
"TBA"

11/21/2019- 10:45 AM : Victoria Heinrick
"TBA"

12/12/2019- 10:45 AM : Nicole Kaminski
"TBA"



Previous Journal Clubs

12/12/2019- 10:45 AM : Nicole Kaminski
"TBA"

11/21/2019- 10:45 AM : Victoria Heinrick
"TBA"

11/14/2019- 10:45 AM : Dennis Braden
"TBA"

11/7/2019- 10:45 AM : Michelle Lynskey
"TBA"

10/31/2019- 10:45 AM : Nicholas Todd
"TBA"

10/24/2019- 10:45 AM : Joseph Galley
"TBA"

10/10/2019- 10:45 AM : Maria Beecher
"TBA"

10/3/2019- 10:45 AM : Thong Loung
"TBA"

9/26/2019- 10:45 AM : Atinuke Dosunmu-Ogunbi
"Electrophilic fatty acids impair RAD51 function and potentiate the effects of DNAdamaging agents on growth of triple-negative breast cells"

9/19/2019- 10:45 AM : Zheqi Li
"Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor Signaling Prevents Activation of Hepatic Stellate Cells and Liver Fibrogenesis in Mice."

9/12/2019- 10:45 AM : Alex White
"Parathyroid hormone initiates dynamic NHERF1 phosphorylation cycling and conformational changes that regulate NPT2A-dependent phosphate transport"

8/9/2019- 9:00 AM : Presented by Lloyd Harvey and Nicole Kaminski

"A role for nuclear receptor co-activator 7 deficiency in the development of pulmonary arterial hypertension"
Lloyd Harvey
and
"A novel role of the cohesin complex in ALT"
Nicole Kaminski



8/2/2019- 9:00 AM : Presented by Thong Luong

"The role of ubiquitylation in regulating budding yeast RecQ helicase Hrq1"
Thong Luong



7/26/2019- 12:00 PM : Joshua Lorenz-Guertin

"Regulation of GABAAR Signaling and Neuroadaptations in Response to Diazepam"



7/19/2019- 9:00 AM : Presented by Ana Gorelova and Nick Todd

"New insights into endothelial-to-mesenchymal transition in pulmonary hypertension: potential role for EBP50"
Ana Gorelova
and
"G protein-coupled receptor kinases modulate Aβ generation in Alzheimer’s disease"
Nick Todd



7/12/2019- 9:00 AM : Presented by Oyin Dosunmu-Ogunbi and Song-My Hoang

"Investigating the Role of SOD2 in Endothelial Cell Barrier Function in Sickle Cell Disease"
Oyin Dosunmu-Ogunbi
and
"Control of Telomeric Homology Directed Repair by Poly ADP-Ribose Metabolism"
Song-My Hoang



6/28/2019- 9:00 AM : Presented by Braulio Bonilla and Nolan Carew
"The yeast Shu complex promotes error-free bypass of DNA abasic sites"
Braulio Bonilla
and
"Regulation of cardiac redox equilibrium and function by CYB5R3"
Nolan Carew


6/14/2019- 9:00 AM : Graduate Student Summer Seminar presented by Andy Lamade and Joe Galley

"TBA"

Andy Lamade

and

"Determining the role of FoxO transcription factors in regulation of vascular tone"

Joe Galley



6/7/2019- 9:00 AM : Graduate Student Summer Seminar presented by Heidi Schmidt and Zheqi Li

"Investigating the Role of Xanthine Oxidase in Hemolytic Disease"

Heidi Schmidt

and

"TBA"

Zheqi Li



5/31/2019- 9:00 AM : Ravi Patel

"SRC-FAMILY KINASES IMPACT PROGNOSIS AND TARGETED THERAPY IN FLT3-ITD+ ACUTE MYELOID LEUKEMIA"


 

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