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2004 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.
2004 seminar schedule
  • Friday, December 3: Christine A. Ege, CPT, USA, AFRRI: Laws, policies, and regulations regarding animal-care use.
  • Friday, November 19: Nanette C. Parra, CPT, USA, AFRRI: Zoonotic diseases of laboratory animals.
  • Friday, October 15: Regina M. Day, PhD, Assistant Professor of Phamacology, USUHS: Regulation of angiotensin-converting enzyme gene expression: Correlation with lung injury and pulmonary fibrosis.
  • Friday, July 23 (DoD only): K. Sree Kumar, PhD, Radiation Casualty Management Team, AFRRI: Radiation protection by nutraceuticals: Tocopherol isomers and esters.
  • Friday, July 16: Charles A. Salter, LTC, USA, director, Medical Effects of Ionizing Radiation Course: Biodosimetry tools supporting medical recording during radiation casualty incidents.
  • Friday, July 9: Mark H. Whitnall, PhD, Radiation Casualty Management Team, AFRRI: Steroid radioprotectants.
  • Friday, June 25: Alexandra Miller, PhD, Health Effects of Embedded Heavy Metals Team, AFRRI: Assessing depleted uranium carcinogenicity: Pros and cons of in vitro and in vivo approaches.
  • Thursday, June 3: Susan R. Doctrow, PhD, vice president, research, Eukarion, Inc., Bedford, MA: Salen manganese complexes: Catalytic scavengers of ROS protective in models for diseases involving oxidative stress.
  • Wednesday, May 19: Jean M. Muderhwa, MAJ, USA, Biodosimetry Team, AFRRI: Radiation-responsive protein biomarkers—Preliminary studies using the luminex technology.
  • Friday, May 7 (DoD only): Vijay Singh, PhD, Radiation Casualty Management Team, AFRRI: Radioprotection and apoptosis studies with tocopherol succinate.
  • Friday, April 30 (DoD only): Pataje G.S. Prasanna, PhD, Biodosimetry Team, AFRRI: Cytogenetic biodosimetry: Research and service activities.
  • Wednesday, April 21: Roger Martin, MD, head, Molecular Radiation Biology Laboratory, Trescowthick Research Laboratories, Peter MacCallm Cancer Institute, Melbourne, Australia: Radioprotection by methylproamine.
  • Wednesday, March 24: Two presentations, 10:30 a.m. to 12 noon: 1) Thomas B. Elliott, PhD, Radiation Infection Treatment Team, AFRRI: Inactivation of biological warfare agent simulants by ionizing radiation. 2) Michael O. Shoemaker, PhD, Radiation Infection Treatment Team, AFRRI: Combating terrorism directed through the U.S. mail: Radiation decimal reduction curve for Bacillus anthracis Ames.
  • Friday, March 12: Gregory L. King, PhD, Radiation Infection Treatment Team, AFRRI: A potential role for probiotics in radiation GI injury.
  • Friday, March 5: David McClain, PhD, team leader, Health Effects of Embedded Heavy Metals Team, AFRRI: Tumor induction in rats by embedded tungsten alloy fragments.
  • Friday, February 27: Joel Lowy, PhD, Radiation Infection Treatment Team, AFRRI: Ionizing radiation inactivation of medically relevant viruses.
  • Friday, January 30: Andrei V. Gudkov, PhD, chairman, Department of Molecular Biology, Lerner Research Institute, The Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, OH: Natural and synthetic modulators of stress response pathways as radioprotectants.
  • Friday, January 23: Dennis M. Klinman, MD, Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research, Food and Drug Administration: Immunomodulatory activity of CpG oligonucleotides.
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