19th Annual Cardiovascular Day
Tuesday, February 21, 2012
Reynolds Alumni Center « click for map
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Dr. James Faber, Ph.D.
Professor in the Department of Cell and Molecular Physiology at the University of North Carolina and founding member of the McAllister Heart Institute there, Dr. Faber will be presenting "The Native Collateral Circulation: Genetic and Environmental Determinants" as the 2012 James O. Davis Distinguished Lecturer.
|First||Seth Fairfax||The influence of spontaneous sympathetic bursts on conduit artery shear rate and diameter in Humans|
|Second||Srijita Dhar||Increased Adhesion of Glycated Proteins to Arteriolar Vascular Smooth Muscle Cells as Determined by Atomic Force Microscopy|
|Third||Luise King||Caudal ventrolateral medulla (CVLM)activation by acute hypoxia (AH) is independent of changes in arterial blood pressure (ABP)|
|First||Dr. Gina Yosten||Bioinformatics-Based Discovery: Matching Ligands with Orphan Receptors|
|Second||Dr. Erik Behringer||Tuning electrical conductin along endothelial cell tubes via Ca2+-activated K+channels|
|Third||Dr. Tim Ostrowski||Hydrogen peroxide (H202)modulates membrane properties in second-order nucleus tractus solitarii(nTS)neurons|
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