Poster Hall 10: Pharmacology & Physiology

Real-World Data Can Complement Clinical Trials: Using a Multi-Faceted Approach to Investigate Transporter-Mediated Drug-Induced Changes in Thiamine by Bianca Vora

Real-World Data Can Complement Clinical Trials: Using a Multi-Faceted Approach to Investigate Transporter-Mediated Drug-Induced Changes in Thiamine by Bianca Vora

It is well known that drugs interact with other drugs and lead to major side effects. But what about drugs interacting with nutrients and causing nutrient deficiencies?
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on-ionotropic NMDA receptor signaling alters structural plasticity of dendritic spines in a mouse model of schizophrenia by Deborah Park

on-ionotropic NMDA receptor signaling alters structural plasticity of dendritic spines in a mouse model of schizophrenia by Deborah Park

My research investigates the cellular and molecular mechanisms that allows us to learn and form memories, as well as how this same mechanism can be implicated in the development of neurological or psychiatric disorders.
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Functional rescue in an Angelman Syndrome preclinical model following treatment with lentiviral vector transduced hematopoietic stem cells. by Anna Adhikari

Functional rescue in an Angelman Syndrome preclinical model following treatment with lentiviral vector transduced hematopoietic stem cells. by Anna Adhikari

Angelman Syndrome is a rare neurodevelopmental disorder caused by the loss of expression of UBE3A protein in the brain.
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Prevalence, persistence, and genetic diversity of Red Panda Amdoparvovirus in US zoos. by Charles Alex

Prevalence, persistence, and genetic diversity of Red Panda Amdoparvovirus in US zoos. by Charles Alex

We discovered a novel virus infecting zoo-housed red pandas. To better understand its impact in this population, we performed a cross-sectional and longitudinal fecal shedding survey and examined viral genetic sequences.
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Pharmacological inhibition of mTOR activation by rapamycin attenuates neuroinflammation and spontaneous recurrent seizures in a rat model of acute organophosphate (OP) intoxication. by Peter Andrew

Pharmacological inhibition of mTOR activation by rapamycin attenuates neuroinflammation and spontaneous recurrent seizures in a rat model of acute organophosphate (OP) intoxication. by Peter Andrew

Activity of the mTOR signaling pathway is elevated following acute intoxication with the organophosphorus pesticide, diisopropylfluorophosphate.
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Scholars from this hall are presenting their work in the PHARMACOLOGY & PHYSIOLOGY roundtable discussion.