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Basic Medical Science Seminar Series

 
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Thu, 4/11/2013
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BMS Seminar

Understanding how Genistein Improves Secretory Function in Jejunum

Layla Al-Nakkash, PhD (nothing to disclose)

Thu, 3/28/2013
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Basic Medical Science Seminar Series

Contributions of Membrane Anchored Mucins to Apical Epithelial Glycocalyx Barrier Function

Ilene K. Gipson, PhD (nothing to disclose)

Thu, 3/14/2013
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Basic Medical Science Seminar Series

Biomarkers for ALS: Translation of Research Discoveries to the Clinic

Robert Bowser, PhD (nothing to disclose)

Thu, 2/28/2013
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Basic Medical Science Seminar Series

The Power of a Phenotype: Using Neurogenetics and Cell Biology for Drug Discovery

Amelia Gallitano, MD, PhD (nothing to disclose)

Thu, 2/21/2013
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Basic Medical Science Seminar Series

Forgiving the sins of the Fathers: Epigenetic Inheritance of a Cocaine Resistance Phenotype

Robert Christopher Pierce, PhD (nothing to disclose)

Thu, 1/31/2013
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Basic Medical Science Seminar Series

Fibroblast Growth Factor-2 in Cardiac Hypertrophy and Fibrosis

Tom Doetschman, PhD (nothing to disclose)

Thu, 1/24/2013
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Basic Medical Science Seminar Series

Listen to the Patient: What Skin Diseases are Teaching us About Human T cell Biology

Rachael Ann Clark, MD, PhD (nothing to disclose)

Thu, 1/17/2013
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Basic Medical Science Seminar Series

Type IV Pilus: A Nanomotor that Drives Host Responses to Neisseria Infection


Thu, 12/6/2012
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Basic Medical Science Seminar Series

Cortical Circuit Organization, Interaction & Inhibitory Neuronal Control

Originates in Phoenix
Xiangmin Xu, PhD (nothing to disclose)

Thu, 11/29/2012
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Basic Medical Science Seminar Series

Originates in Phoenix

Signaling Pathways Involved in IGF-1: Mediated Protection of Normal Tissues From Radiation Damage

Kirsten H. Limesand, PhD (nothing to disclose)
 

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