Presenter Information

Please contact rad@unthsc.edu with questions.


Important Dates

April 6
Poster set-up on LIB-3rd Floor (4:00 – 6:00PM)

April 7
RAD 2017 – Event Agenda


Poster Presentations

See Creating & Ordering Your Poster for more information.

Poster presentations will be held from 8:30 – 11:30AM on Friday, April 7 on LIB-3rd floor. Presenters will be notified with more information on poster set-up and details for the day of the event in the weeks leading up to RAD.


Oral Presentations

Oral presentations will be held in LIB-110 and LIB-410. Each oral presentation will last 10 minutes (8 minutes for the presentation and 2 minutes for Q&A).

The presentation schedule is as follows:

Oral Presentation Group 1 (LIB 410)

8:30-8:40=Moderator opens sessions and briefly explains the rules

Time

Abstract Number

Presenter

Title

8:40 AM

112

Marc Anderson

Chronic Intermittent Hypoxia Advances Hormonal Aging: Implications for Parkinson’s Related Sexual Dysfunction

8:50 AM

113

Jo Garza-Contreras

Novel Androgen Receptor Protein in Brain: Implication for Parkinson’s Disease

9:00 AM

115

Brina Snyder

Preconditioning Underlies Testosterone’s Protective Effects Against Neurodegeneration

9:10 AM

1816

Thomas Mock

Sexual Dimorphism in Mouse Age-Related Motor Impairments

9:30 AM

1817

Alison Wagner

Identification of stable individual variation in learning of drug-associated cues in mice

9:40 AM

2105

Sean Dolan

Methylone: "Ecstasy" by another name

9:50 AM

2106

Huanyu Wang

A Biotechnology Platform for Fighting Mosquito-Borne Disease Transmission

Oral Presentation Group 2 (LIB 110)

8:30-8:40=Moderator opens sessions and briefly explains the rules

Time

Abstract Number

Presenter

Title

8:40 AM

1608

Kathleen Borgmann

TAARgeting Astrocyte Mitochondrial Dysfunction during HIV-associated Neuroinflammation and METH Exposure

8:50 AM

426

Justin Sprick

Combined Effects of Remote Ischemic Preconditioning and Aerobic Exercise on Sympathetic Responses: A Novel Adaptation of Blood Flow Restriction Exercise

9:00 AM

603

Sebastian Requena

Measuring Intracellular Mucin Viscosity in Human Bronchial epithelial cells with Cystic Fibrosis

9:10 AM

1016

Humberto Hernandez

Crosstalk Between Transforming Growth Factor Beta-2 and Toll-Like Receptor 4 in the Trabecular Meshwork

9:30 AM

1405

Maximillion T. Mize

IL-17A(+) CD4(+) T-Cells and Neutrophils Contribute to Lung Pathology during Murine Mycoplasma Infection

9:40 AM

1406

Busola Okunnu

The Role of ecSOD in Neutrophil Containment of Listeria Monocytogenes

9:50 AM

1609

John C. Vitucci

The In Vitro Adherence and Virulence Factors of Clostridium Difficile Ribotypes 027 and Non-027 is Not Predicative of Virulence in the Murine or Hamster CDAD Model

10:00 AM

1705

Frank R. Wendt

Towards a Comprehensive Pharmacogenetic Profile for Predicting Opiate Metabolizer Phenotype


IRB

If your research project involves or involved the use of human subjects or data derived from human subjects, you will need to have documentation of prior IRB review and approval of the project in order for your abstract to be accepted for RAD.

Questions about IRB approval should be directed to the Office of Research Compliance at (817) 735-0409, or see IRB Information for RAD Participants for more information.

IACUC

If your research project involves or involved the use of animals, you will need to have documentation of prior IACUC review and approval of the project in order for your abstract to be accepted for RAD.

Questions about IACUC approval should be directed to Christina Aguilar at (817) 735-2533.

IBC

If your research project involves or involved the use of rDNA, viral vectors, pathogens or unfixed fluid or tissue from a human or primate, you will need to have documentation of prior IBC registration and approval of the project in order for your abstract to be accepted for RAD.

Questions about IBC approval should be directed to Maya Nair at (817) 735-5431.

IP

The PI of this project should first determine whether or not publishing this abstract on the UNTHSC website is a disclosure of intellectual property that could be patented. Please contact Joe Allred before submitting the abstract.

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