This page lists faculty mentors by their Research Interest Keyword. This is most helpful for students who are simply looking for ideas of what they might want to research.. These are very general terms and meant as a place to start your thinking-you will find most faculty research very specific topics within these much broader areas.. For example: If you would like to study "HIV Epidemiology," you will not find this keyword on the list. However, click "HIV," and from there, view a faculty members other keywords to additionally find the term "Epidemiology.". Scan the page for a specific keyword by using the find feature in your browser:. ...
This page lists faculty mentors by their primary department at the Yale School of Medicine. This is most helpful for students looking for a mentor in a general area of study, but who do not know a specific faculty name or research topic yet.. Click a department and the list of faculty will refresh below. You will be able to view some of their research interests directly from this page. Read more about each faculty member by clicking their name to view their full profile.. Scan the page for a specific keyword by using the find feature in your browser:. ...
Faculty Research Interests Jonathan Brown - Evolution of Ecological Interactions; Molecular systematics David Campbell - Pathobiology; Ecology of tropical forests, particularly in the Brazilian Amazon, Belize and tropical China Ben DeRidder - Plant Molecular Biology and Biochemistry; Plant responses to environmental stress
The School of Medicine on the Anschutz Medical Campus trains future MDs, PhDs, physical therapists and physician assistants. Educational tracks include Global Health, Rural Health, Research, Leadership, Urban Underserved and Womens Care.
Environmental and occupational health faculty are conducting research in a variety of areas. Learn more about their individual interests.
Environmental and occupational health faculty are conducting research in a variety of areas. Learn more about their individual interests.
Role of confinement in high temperature superconductivity. Before arriving in Michigan Dr. Rojo did some important work on high temperature superconductors. Since his arrival he has continued working on some problems within this field. With his former graduate student Mathew Reilly, Dr. Rojo solved the two-magnon Raman scattering problem, showing that some recent experiments can be understood using a spin-phonon model without disorder in the non-adiabatic approximation. The study of High Tc superconductors has motivated an intense study of spin systems and Heisenberg, e.g. spin ladders, where the issue of a gapless versus gapped spectrum of excitations is the subject of experimental and theoretical study. He contributed to that subfield by providing a proof, extending the Lieb-Mattis theorem, that spin ladders with an odd number of legs are gapless. His recent work on confinement on c-axis transport addresses the fundamental issue of whether correlations can give rise to a "confined" phase in ...
Retrospective analysis on Hysterectomies TAH vs RLAH with or without Mini-lap (aka Harry Potter Study part 1) - Mashak, Radtke, Mohling, DePasquale, Boren, Eliason, Nokkaew, Gist, Akinlaja, Elkattah ...
3) Neurobiological mechanisms underlying emotional control and emotional responses; 4) Impairments in neural mechanisms leading to exaggerated fear and anxiety disorders as well as new forms of treatment for anxiety and depression Richard Chiles, Ph.D., Assistant Professor Theology and Religious Studies (Counseling Psychology concentration), Northwestern University, 1990 ...
Research in my laboratory is aimed at the structural characterization of a class of proteins called transport ATPases. Transport ATPases are membrane bound enzymes, which catalyze the active transport of inorganic and organic molecules across biological membranes, a process vital to all forms of life. Many transport ATPases are key players in some of the most devastating human diseases such as cancer and AIDS. If we want to be able to fight these diseases on a molecular level (for example by drug design) we have to first understand the structure and mechanism of the disease causing proteins. Currently, we are working on two members of the transport ATPase family, the vacuolar ATPase (V-ATPase) and P-glycoprotein (Pgp; also called multi drug resistance protein). We are using cryo electron microscopy and protein NMR spectroscopy as well as biochemical and molecular biological techniques to obtain structural information for these two and related proteins ...
Integrin Regulation of the Leukocyte Inflammatory Phenotype Integrins are the cellular receptors for the proteins which constitute the extracellular matrix of all tissues. The binding of integrin receptors to extraceullular proteins permits cell adhesion and migration during development, wound healing, and inflammation. White blood cells, or leukocytes, are extremely dependent upon integrin receptor recognition of matrix proteins in order to exit the vasculature and resolve inflammatory events within the tissues. Recently it has been recognized that integrin receptors not only provide a physical link between cells and substrates, but also transduce signals to the cell which affect cell behavior. Our laboratory studies two aspects of leukocyte integrin biology. First, how does the leukocyte utilize these receptors to mediate selective adhesion and migration through complex extracellular tissues? Second, how does the ligation of integrin receptors affect leukocyte behavior? Defining integrin ...
Kelsey Martin presented a lecture as part of the UCLA Science Faculty Research Colloquium titled Memories that Last: Genes, Neurons and Synapses ...
Faculty research explores aquatics, aging, cellular transformation, sensorimotor control, genomics, stream restoration, dermatitis and antibiotic resistance.
Welcome from the Director. Greetings and thank you for visiting our website and considering Johns Hopkins Immunology as a place to learn and be creative. As Director of the program Id like to give you a brief overview of the program itself, its history, and its direction for the future.. The immunology program began in 1982 with two students and a handful of faculty. Since then we have grown to ~40 students (hard to pin down the number - they do graduate!) currently in training and 35 faculty. The faculty research interests span the entire gamut of Immunology, from basic mechanisms such as somatic hypermutation and gene rearrangement, molecular mechanisms of antigen processing and presentation, molecular signals for immune cell development and differentiation to translational research in the fields of cancer vaccines, allergy, infectious disease, immune engineering, autoimmunity and transplantation.. We are fortunate to have a number of centers of excellence in Basic Immunology and Cellular ...
3.3 GPA for previous graduate work. The GRE is required for all applicants, and the TOEFL (minimum 550 paper-based score or 79 internet based score) for international students from non-English speaking countries unless a degree has been earned from an English-speaking university. Please arrange to have your official test scores sent to the OSU Graduate Admissions office. OSUs code is 1592. There is no department code.. A faculty advisor is required for admission to the program. A list of the CVM faculty can be found at http://vet.osu.edu/cvm/faculty-profiles. Based on faculty research interests, it is appropriate for applicants to contact faculty directly. Additional sources of funding are available on a competitive basis from intramural and extramural sources http://www.vet.ohio-state.edu/212.htm. ...
The following is an alphabetical list of active MCB faculty members and brief descriptions of their research. Additional faculty lists are available using the links below.. Emeriti and Professors of the Graduate School , Secondary Divisional Affiliates. Click on a faculty members name to see a complete description of their research (if available). Alternatively, use the search form below to search the faculty research interest pages for keywords.. ...
The following is an alphabetical list of active MCB faculty members and brief descriptions of their research. Additional faculty lists are available using the links below.. Emeriti and Professors of the Graduate School , Secondary Divisional Affiliates. Click on a faculty members name to see a complete description of their research (if available). Alternatively, use the search form below to search the faculty research interest pages for keywords.. ...
Project enables students to participate in the design and implementation of a theoretically-motivated piece of pure or applied research in cognitive neuroscience providing hands-on training in advanced brain imaging methods, some of which are being developed at York. Topics are chosen so as to be timely and practicable within the relevant resource and time constraints. We regard it as important that the topic not only engages the interest and enthusiasm of the student, but is also a good match to the specialist expertise and knowledge of the supervisor.. Many of our students projects are published. Each year we offer projects on a wide variety of topics linked to faculty research interests. For example students have used fMRI to investigate the processing of emotional and social cues, representation of semantic knowledge in the brain, disruption of visual cortex in patients with macular degeneration and brain mechanisms underpinning language understanding, face processing, number processing or ...
Faculty research interests in the Department of Biological Sciences include aquatic ecology, evolutionary biology, microbiology, neurobiology and behavior, cell and molecular biology, and reproductive physiology. In addition, we are actively engaged in interdisciplinary research across the various foci of the department and with other academic units, such as the School of Biomedical Sciences.
Board-certified pediatric allergist/immunologists in the Division of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology specialize in the treatment of patients with IgE mediated diseases including asthma, allergic rhinitis, atopic dermatitis, food allergy, urticaria, angioedema, and stinging insect and drug allergy. In collaboration with physicians from the Division of Gastroenterology and Nutrition, allergists in the Division assist in the evaluation of patients with eosinophilic gastrointestinal diseases such as Eosinophilic Esophagitis (EoE). Division clinical immunologists diagnose and treat children with primary immune deficiencies including Severe Combined Immune Deficiency (SCID), primary antibody deficiencies, phagocyte deficiencies and complement deficiencies. Faculty research interests include studies related to the diagnosis and management of drug allergy and food allergy and the role of chronic infection, particularly with bacteria called mycoplasmas, in chronic diseases such as asthma and arthritis.. ...
Research Interests. Professor Birds biogeochemistry research group is focused on belowground C, N and S cycling in terrestrial ecosystems. Soils are critical controllers on the flow of matter and energy in the environment and are considered especially important in the Earths response to Global Change. Soils act as both a significant source of atmospheric greenhouse gases (i.e., carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide) and as a sizable stable sink for plant C and N inputs. Birds research group investigates how soil microbial communities, plants, climate and mineralogy interact to control the turnover, loss or stabilization of soil C and N in temperate and tropical ecosystems. The Bird lab uses stable isotopic tracers (13C and 15N) to follow C and N among plants, soil microbes, and mineral surfaces to better understand how soils support ecological productivity and environmental quality. The Bird terrestrial biogeochemistry research group is involved in several field and laboratory research ...
A well-designed curriculum for online learning nurtures both student learning and student retention. While ideally value will be designed into an online curriculum from the start, the reality is that, across the spectrum ...
A well-designed curriculum for online learning nurtures both student learning and student retention. While ideally value will be designed into an online curriculum from the start, the reality is that, across the spectrum ...
The Andrews University School of Health Professions offers programs in the areas of Nursing, Allied Health Professions, Nutrition, Public Health and Wellness.
For short-term or individual needs, through the Dean for Faculty Development and Research, on recommendation by the Department Chair or Program Director (150 hours maximum per academic year or 75 hours maximum per semester ...
The Universitys model of reflective teaching and scholarship empowers the faculty and students in the College of Arts and Sciences to form a community of learners, teachers, and enquirers that is committed to active learning inside and outside the classroom. Research is part of the institutional culture, with an especially strong emphasis in the sciences, including chemistry, and scholarship requirements for rank and tenure decisions include submission of proposals and publication in peer-reviewed journals.. The chemistry faculty counts laboratory research as a vital component of chemical education and strives to educate our students beyond mastery of facts and laboratory skills toward a willingness to take the risk of asking questions whose answers are unknown. We work directly beside our students to teach by example the focused diligence necessary to reveal those answers.. Practice of such research is challenging and rewarding! Over the last ten years, the chemistry faculty, including seven ...
Three years after MIT faculty chose to make their scholarly articles openly accessible through the MIT Faculty Open Access Policy, individuals around the world have benefited from free access to MITs research. Comments submitted to the Open Access Articles Collection in [email protected] reveal that faculty articles have helped a wide range of people - students trying to complete professional and undergraduate degrees; professors at universities with limited access to scholarly journals; independent researchers; those in need of medical information; and those working to stay current and advance their careers.. "I am an independent researcher from a third-world country not affiliated to any university or a company," a commenter from Nepal said. "I neither have access to paid journals nor I can afford them. MITs Open Access is something I love and rely upon. … Thank you again for thinking about the unfortunates and keeping the information free and open.". Before the open-access movement, and even ...
Bucknell Universitys annual Student Summer Research Poster Session will be held in the Terrace Room of the Elaine Langone Center Wednesday, July 27, from 2 to 4 p.m. The session will feature the work of the many students who have spent the summer working with members of the Bucknell faculty on research projects in a variety of disciplines.
The College of Nursing faculty and students have certainly been accelerating toward success in their professional activities, consistent with the theme of this years CONtact. We are proud of the myriad accomplishments and sustained growth of our faculty and students […]
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Trent University is renowned for the innovative and ground-breaking research being conducted by faculty and students, on our campuses and around the world.
Human genetics faculty members use genetic methods to investigate causes and treatment of hereditary and acquired illnesses. Learn about our specialty areas and funded projects.
Human genetics faculty members use genetic methods to investigate causes and treatment of hereditary and acquired illnesses. Learn about our specialty areas and funded projects.
Current research in Dr. Hastings laboratory at the Department of Anesthesiology, UCSD, focuses on a basic science topic, PTHrP in lung biology, and a clinical topic, the mechanics of laryngoscopy.
Abstract Our research is aimed at understanding the mechanism of action of tetraspanins. This is a multi-gene family, which has shown remarkable conservation over evolution and whose members are expressed in mammals, insects and nematodes. Tetraspanins are also widely expressed in most cell types, forming molecular associations with different proteins in the different cell types. The tetraspanin CD81 was originally identified in our laboratory as a receptor that controls cell growth. To better define the role of CD81 we created CD81-deficient mice. These mice have impairments in their immune, nervous and reproductive systems. CD81 has been implicated in the pathogenesis of two major human diseases: hepatitis C virus (HCV) and malaria. CD81 is the putative receptor for HCV, CD81 is also required for infection by malaria. Plasmodium sporozoites mature in the liver to merozoites, the stage that infects red blood cells, this maturation step is CD81-dependent.. Recent Studies CD81 is a widely ...
Esteban, M., Jamero, M. L., Nurse, L., Yamamoto, L., Takagi, H., Thao, N. D., Mikami, T., Kench, P., Onuki, M., Nellas, A., Crichton, R., Valenzuela, V. P., Chadwick, C., Avelino, J. E., Tan, N. & Shibayama, T., 2019 Feb 1, In : Ocean and Coastal Management. 168, p. 35-40 6 p.. Research output: Contribution to journal › Article ...
Volume dysregulation leads to congestive heart failure and death. The condition has been well-documented in both obesity-related cardiovascular disease and congenital heart disease. Our hypotheses are as follows: 1) Volume dysregulation, in the form of elevated systolic blood pressure and left ventricular mass index, is related to adiposity and aldosterone in adolescent boys but not girls. 2) Volume dysregulation, in the form of decreased nocturnal decline in blood pressure (non-dipping) is present in patients with tetralogy of Fallot, and is related to decreased left and right ventricular function. To test our first hypothesis, 100 healthy adolescents, recruited from area schools, were studied. Subjects were placed on a sodium-controlled diet for 4 days. Blood and urine samples were collected after one hour of rest. The protocol was repeated twice for each individual. Data were averaged between visits for greater statistical power. Adiposity and echocardiography measures were collected within 1 ...
Kayamori, Y., Fujishima, A., Noda, N., Kurihara, M., Tsutsui, T., Mochimaru, T., Ikematsu, Y., Monji, N., Ishigaki, T., Aoki, K., Ushinohama, S., Nishioka, S., Egashira, S. & Kang, D., Aug 2010, In : Rinsho byori. The Japanese journal of clinical pathology. 58, 8, p. 839-846 8 p.. Research output: Contribution to journal › Review article ...
Anocha Aribarg, Thomas Otter, Daniel Zantedeschi, Greg Allenby, Taylor Bentley, David Curry, Marc Dotson, Ty Henderson, Elisabeth Honka, Rajeev Kohli, Kamel Jedidi, Stephan Seiler, Xin (Shane) ...
Brain damage in the first week of life is behaviorally and anatomically devastating for a rat. I investigated the use of pre- and/or postnatal experience as interventions that might improve the outcomes in rats with ...
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Even more successful than predicting outcomes of experiments were the computational aspects of algebraic equations. They enabled engineers, for the first time in history, to ask "how to" questions, in addition to "what if" questions. In addition to asking: "What if we narrow the beam, will it carry the load?" They began to ask more difficult questions: "How to shape the beam so that it WILL carry the load?" This was made possible by the availability of methods for solving equations. The algebraic machinery does not discriminate among variables; instead of predicting behavior in terms of parameters, we can turn things around and solve for the parameters, in terms of the desired behavior. Let us concentrate now on Galileos first maxim, "description first explanation second", because that idea was taken very seriously by the scientists, and changed the character of science from speculative to empirical ...
Purpose. The uncertainty in supply and the short shelf life of blood products have led to a substantial outdating of the collected donor blood. On the other hand, hospitals and blood centers experience severe blood shortage ...
In the late 1970s, plans were being developed for construction of a tidal power barrage at the mouth of the Annapolis River. Much of the land by the river in that area was dyked and was used by farmers for grazing and ...
Laparoscopy requires the development of technical skills distinct from those used in open procedures. Several factors extending the learning curve of laparoscopy include ergonomic and technical difficulties, such as the fulcrum effect and limited degrees of freedom. This study aimed to establish the impact of four variables on performance of two simulated laparoscopic tasks. METHODS: Six subjects including novice (n=2), intermediate (n=2) and expert surgeons completed two tasks: 1) four running sutures, 2) simple suture followed by surgeons knot plus four square knots. Task variables were suturing angle (left/right), needle holder type (standard/articulating) and visualisation (2D/3D). Each task with a given set of variables was completed twice in random order. The endpoints included suturing task completion time, average and maximum distance from marks and knot tying task completion time. RESULTS: Suturing task completion time was prolonged by 45-degree right angle suturing, articulating ...
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Zhang, Y.; Matsuyama, H.; Shiratsuchi, T.; Tian, D.; Hook, D. J.; Walters, M. A.; Georg, G. I.; Hawkinson, J. E.; Hamazaki, T.; Terada, N. Human Adenine Nucleotide Translocase (ANT) Modulators Identified by High-Throughput Screening of Transgenic Yeast. J Biomol Screen 2016.. Kurbanov, E. K.; Chiu, T.-L.; Solberg, J.; Francis, S.; Maize, K. M.; Fernandez, J.; Johnson, R. L.; Hawkinson, J. E.; Walters, M. A.; Finzel, B. C.; Amin, E. A. Probing the S2 Subsite of the Anthrax Toxin Lethal Factor Using Novel N-Alkylated Hydroxamates. J. Med. Chem. 2015, 58, 8723-8733.. Dahlin, J. L.; Nissink, J. W. M.; Strasser, J. M.; Francis, S.; Higgins, L.; Zhou, H.; Zhang, Z.; Walters, M. A. PAINS in the Assay: Chemical Mechanisms of Assay Interference and Promiscuous Enzymatic Inhibition Observed during a Sulfhydryl-Scavenging HTS. J. Med. Chem. 2015, 58, 2091-2113.. Dahlin, J. L.; Nissink, J. W. M.; Francis, S.; Strasser, J. M.; John, K.; Zhang, Z.; Walters, M. A. Post-HTS case report and structural alert: ...
This essay traces some of the narratives and cultural politics of work on reality television after the economic crash of 2008. Specifically, it discusses the emergence of paid labor shows like Ax Men, Black Gold and Coal ...