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Currently Scheduled and Upcoming Seminars

08/09/2010
BYU Cancer Research Center, Provo, UT
08/23/2010
Dept of Inorganic Chemistry Madurai Kamaraj Univ,    Madurai, India
09/13/2010
Dept of Environmental Health, John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore, MD
Keap1-Nrf2 Signaling as a Target for Disease Prevention
09/27/2010
Dept of Biology, NC A&T State Univ, Greensboro, NC
10/11/2010
Dept of Immunology, UTSWMC
10/25/2010
Dept of Pathology, Univ of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA

Protein Kinase C Isozyme-Specific Regulation of Glioblastoma Multiforme Invasive Growth

11/08/2010
Robert A. Welch Professor, Dept of Molecular Biology & Immunology, UNTHSC, Fort Worth
11/29/2010

Dept of Biological Sciences,

UNT Denton

Global Gene Regulation and the Stress Response in Rhodopseudomonas palustris

12/06/2010
UNTHSC
The effect of lymph enhancing treatments on tumor development and metastasis
12/13/2010
Dept of Biology, TX Southern Univ
Yersina Pestis Pathogenesis: a pathogen's perpective
01/10/2011
Asst Prof, UNTHSC
Regulation of Innate Immunity by Extracellular Superoxide Dismutase
01/24/2011
Asst Prof, UNTHSC
Corticotropin Releasing Hormone Antagonists Regulate Pulmonary Host Defenses
02/14/2011
Dept of Microbiology/Immunology, McGill Univ and Dept of Medicine, Univ of Montreal
Understanding the Mechanism of T Cell Differentiation
3/25/2011
Dept of Systems Biology & Transitional Medicine, Texas A&M Univ
Mechanical signaling induces adaptive remodeling in vascular smooth muscle cells
03/28/2011
Dept of Immunology, UTSWMC
A Genomic Analysis of Predisposition to Systemic             Autoimmunity
04/11/2011
Professor, UNTHSC
Exploiting Sibling Rivalry for the Treatment of Breast Cancer
04/25/2011
Dept of Dermatology, Univ of Alabama, Birmingham
Polymorphic Patched Gene in the Susceptibility to Basal Cell Carcinoma
05/09/2011
Xinbin Chen, Ph.D.
Professor of Comparative Oncology, UC Davis Cancer Center; Director of Center for Comparative Oncology,Davis, CA
A Feedback Regulatory Loop Between the P53 Family & RNPC1