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Department of

Pharmacology & Systems Physiology 

Seminar Archives 2009

January 13 Jeffrey Robbins, PhD
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Commonalities between the heart and mind: an unfolding story
February 3 Christopher M Gillen, PhD
Kenyon College
Size matters: exploring the role of body size on gut nutrient transport in an insect model system
February 10 The Darwin Bicentennial Celebration Lecture
Kenneth Petren, PhD
University of Cincinnati
A beagle's eye view of bio-diversity in Darwin's finches
February 24 Deborah Kurrasch, PhD
University of California at San Francisco
Uncovering developmental programs that define neuroendocrine centers
March 3 Diego Restrepo, PhD
University of Colorado at Denver
Profound context-dependent plasticity of mitral cell responses in olfactory bulb
March 10 Jeffrey Kordower, PhD
Rush University
A tale of two stories: why nigral neurons die in Parkinson's disease and how to save them
April 7 George Thomas, PhD
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
Of ribosome biogenesis, cell-cycle checkpoints and cancer progression
April 28 State-of-the-Art Clinical Physiology Series
Robert Luke, MB ChB, FRCP
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
The salt-hypertension link
May 8 The Daniel L Kline Lecturer in Systems Biology and Physiology
Dennis Brown, PhD
Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital
Systems biology: a rose by any other name

Systems physiology: practical examples from the MGH Program in Membrane Biology
May 12 Alessio Accardi, PhD
University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine
Mechanisms of ion binding and selectivity in the CLC transporters and channels

Co-sponsored by the Department of Chemistry
September 8 Nira Ben-Jonathan, PhD
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
Prolactin as a growth and survival factor in breast cancer
September 30 Gary Sieck, PhD
Mayo Clinic, Rochester
Role of neurotrophins in recovery of respiratory motor function after spinal-cord injury
October 6 State-of-the-Art Clinical Physiology Series
David Weiner, MD
University of Florida at Gainesville
Molecular mechanisms of ammonia transport: Pitts might have been wrong
October 27 Kenneth Greis, PhD
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
Mass spectrometry in biomedical research: practical applications and unexpected challenges
November 24 S K Dey, PhD
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center and University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
Molecular roadmap to embryo implantation