Title of Seminar
Michael Court, Ph.D.
"Use of the human liver bank
as a model system to understand the molecular basis for
interindividual variability in drug glucuronidation"
Regulating Kainate Receptor Trafficking and Functional Organization"
Martha Shenton, Ph.D
"MR and Diffusion Tensor
Imaging Findings in Schizophrenia and Related Disorders"
University of Iowa
structure and mechanism of ammonia channels"
"Elucidating the functions of orphan cytochromes
Wayne Bowen, Ph.D.
Brown University Providence, RI
"Sigma-2 receptor-mediated apoptosis in cancer
Shiyong Wu, Ph.D.
NF-kB activation - IkB dependent or independent: that is a question"
"Applications of systems toxicology in
James Boyer, M.D.
University School of Medicine
back to the future - a 4 decade perspective on hepatic transport
Eugene Chin, M.D., Ph.D.
University Medical School
transduction switches from tyrosine phosphorylation to acetylation"
Unless otherwise noted in the announcement, all seminars are held at
4:00 PM in Fogarty Hall, Room 214 on the University of Rhode Island's
Kingston Campus. Refreshments are served at 3:30 PM. Seminar
titles are typically available approximately 3 - 4 weeks prior to the date
of the seminar.
News & Events
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Important Dates & Announcements
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NIH R15 Submission Deadlines - June 25, October 25, & February 25
3/22/2013 - "
Nonobvious Features in Noncoding Human DNA - Insights for Evolution, Gene
Expression and Disease" by Laura Elnitski, Ph.D., National Human Genome
Institute, National Institutes of Health
Regional IDeA Meeting, University of Delaware, Newark, DE
4th Northeast Regional IDeA
Meeting, Salve Regina University, Newport, RI
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