Spring Quarter 2005 Seminars 

    Day: Wednesday
    Time: 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
    Location: Kehoe Auditorium,
Kettering Lab
3223 Eden Avenue
    For further information, contact:
Director’s Office, 558-5701
     
 

  Archived Seminars
  Fall 2013
  Spring 2013
  Fall 2012
  Spring 2012
  Winter 2012
  Fall 2011
  Spring 2011
  Winter 2011
  Fall 2010
  Spring 2010
  Winter 2010
  Fall 2009
  Spring 2009
  Winter 2009
  Fall 2008
  Spring 2008
  Winter 2008
  Fall 2007
  Spring 2007
  Winter 2007
  Fall 2006
  Spring 2006
  Winter 2006
  Fall 2005
  Winter 2005
  Spring 2005
   
       
      Streamline Seminar Series
  FAQ

Internet Explorer 5 or higher is needed Username & password are required to view streamline

     
  3/30/05 Wade H. Powell, Ph.D.
      Mechanisms of dioxin insensitivity in developing frogs
      Low speed 40 minutes  
      High speed 40 minutes
     
  4/06/05 Katia Del Rio, Ph.D.
      Mechanisms of retina regeneration
      Low speed 42 minutes  
      High speed 42 minutes
     
  4/13/05 Daniel B. Oerther, Ph.D.
      Environmental biotechnology: Integrating molecular microbiae and environmental engineering
      Low speed 55 minutes  
      High speed 55 minutes
     
  4/20/05 Panagiotis A. Tsonis, Ph.D.
      Molecular models for cataract research
      Low speed 46 minutes  
      High speed 46 minutes
       
  4/27/05 Hazel Barton, Ph.D.
      Anthropomorphic effects on microbial adaptation to starvation
      Low speed 49 minutes  
      High speed 49 minutes
       
  5/04/05 Ken Petren, Ph.D.
      Asexual geckos as a model for mutation and environmental imprinting
      Low speed 53 minutes  
      High speed 53 minutes
       
  5/11/05 Sue McDowell, Ph.D.
      Calcium regulation by phosphoinositide 3-kinase (PI3K) in cardiac myocytes and endothelial cells
      Low speed 33 minutes  
      High speed 33 minutes
     
  5/18/05 Colin R. Jefcoate, PH.D.
      Growth factors and TCDD Synergistically Regulate the Differentiation of Multipotential C3H10T1/2 Cells-A Genomic Approach
      Low speed 72 minutes  
      High speed 72 minutes
     
  5/25/05 Jo Anne powell-Coffman, PH.D.
      Roles of AHR-1 and AHA-1, the C. elegans aryl hydrocarbon receptor complex during neuronal development
      Low speed 51 minutes  
      High speed 51 minutes
     
  6/1/05 Susan Hoffman, Ph.D.
      Evolution of the cytochrome P450 superfamily in mammals
      Low speed 47 minutes  
      High speed 47 minutes
       

Copyright Information © University of Cincinnati, 2012
3223 Eden Avenue, Kettering Laboratory, Cincinnati, Ohio 45267-0056
Phone: (513) 558-5439 | Fax: (513) 558-4397 | E-Mail Us