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Diane Duffy of Eastern Virginia Medical School will discuss "Prostaglandins in Primate Ovulatory Follicles" to continue the Biological Sciences Seminar Series Thursday, Sept. 11.

All seminars will be given at 12:30 p.m. in the Mills Godwin Jr. Building room 101.

Other seminars include:

Sept. 18-Lizabeth Allison, College of William and Mary, "Ontogeny of an Oncogene: Oncogenic Conversion of the Thyroid Hormone Receptor"
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-To be announced
Nov. 20-Student presenter to be announced
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: August 22, 2003

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