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2003 AFRRI Seminars

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Time:  11 a.m. to 12 noon (unless otherwise noted) each Friday
Place:  AFRRI Conference Room, unless otherwise indicated.
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Seminars are presented by AFRRI researchers and other members of the scientific community. While some seminars are open to the public, others are limited to specific audiences. Any exceptions to time, place, and admittance are noted with each item. We do not record or distribute information presented in our Seminar Program. However, where available, references to related information are provided with the seminar title.
2003 seminar schedule
  • Friday, December 19: Nannette C. Parra, CPT, USA, chief, Medicine Division, Veterinary Sciences Department, AFRRI: The good the bad and the ugly—Animal associated diseases.
  • Friday, December 5: Christine A. Ege, CPT, USA, chief, Protocol Support, Veterinary Sciences Department, AFRRI: Laws and regulations regarding animal care and use.
  • Friday, November 14: William F. Blakely, PhD, team leader, Biodosimetry Team, AFRRI: Current research and service activities of AFRRI’s Biological Dosimetry Program.
  • Friday, November 7: Marcy Beth Grace, PhD, Biodosimetry Team, AFRRI: Biodosimetry: Development and assessment of quantitative reverse transcription—PCR assay applications for use of gene expression biomarkers.
  • Friday, October 31: Albert Fornace, MD, chief, Gene Response Section, Center for Cancer Research, National Cancer Institute: Functional genomics and informatics approaches to categorize radiation responses.
  • Friday, October 17: Alexandra C. Miller, PhD, Biodosimetry Team, AFRRI: Application of molecular biomarkers in radiation biodosimetry: In vitro and in vivo studies.
  • Friday, October 3: William F. Blakely, PhD, team leader, Biodosimetry Team, AFRRI: Biodosimetry Assessment Tool (BAT): A post-exposure software program for management of radiation accidents.
  • Friday, September 26: 1) William F. Blakely, PhD, team leader, Biodosimetry Team, AFRRI: Dose assessment based on peripheral blood cell counts: Evaluation of a portable blood cell counter. 2) Pataje G.S. Prasanna, PhD, Biodosimetry Team, AFRRI: Cytogenetic biodosimetry strategy for potential radiation mass casualties. 3) William F. Blakely, PhD, team leader, Biodosimetry Team, AFRRI: Dose assessment based on molecular biomarkers.
  • Friday, September 5: Annette K. Hildabrand, PhD, head, Veterinary Sciences Department, AFRRI: Health risk communication in a combat environment: Lessons learned from OEF and OIF.