BIOLOGY LECTURE SERIES CONTINUES
Lizabeth Allison of the College of William and Mary will discuss "Ontogeny of an Oncogene: Oncogenic Conversion of the Thyroid Hormone Receptor" to continue the Biological Sciences Seminar Series Thursday, Sept. 18.
All seminars will be given at 12:30 p.m. in the Mills Godwin Jr. Building room 101.
Other seminars include:
Sept. 25-Richard Drake, Eastern Virginia Medical School, "Clinical Proteomic Profiling and Characterization of Biodefense Pathogens"
Oct. 2-Harold Marshall, Old Dominion University, "Chesapeake Bay Phytoplankton: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly "
Oct. 9-Barbara Hargrave, Old Dominion University, "Cocaine and the Heart Revisited"
Oct. 16-Pamela Harding, Eastern Virginia Medical School, "Cyclooxygenase-2: Regulation in Mesangial Cells and Its Role in Hypertensive Injury"
Oct. 23-Mark Forsyth, College of William and Mary, "Signal Transduction in the Gastric Pathogenic Bacterium: Hellicobacter Pylori"
Oct. 30-Rabih Talhouk, American University of Beirut, "Gap Junction Role in Epithelial Cell Differentiation; The Mammary Gland-A Model Tissue"
Nov. 6-Steven Aird, Norfolk State University, "The Role of Purines in Ophidian Envenomation Strategies"
Nov.13-Rick Myers, Department of Conservation and Recreation/Division of Natural Heritage, "National Area Management in Virginia"
Nov. 20-Doug Schnurrenberger, Limnology Research Center, University of Minnesota, "Long and Short Paleoclimate Records from Lacustrine Archives"
Dec. 4-Mac Post, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, "Stalking the Wild Global Terrestrial Carbon Sink"
Jan. 15-Ali Khraibi, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Title to be announced
Jan. 22-Kevin Macaluso, University of Maryland, "Arthropod-Rickettsia Interactions: Ecological Dynamics and Molecular Analysis"
Call Keith Carson at 683-4737 for more information.
This article was posted on: September 16, 2003
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