July 29, 2016

Congratulations MS Degree Students

Our MS degree students presented their thesis on July 21st and 22nd.

Thursday, July 21st

Alex Stanczyk: Allosteric Modulation of the Delta Opioid Receptor via CSC-960: Probe-Dependent Effects on Receptor Trafficking
Adam Fischer: Polymerase Nu: A New Translesion Synthesis Polymerase in the Repair of Interstrand Crosslinks
Zeinab Kanso: Evaluation of the Effect of G-Quadruplex DNA Stabilization on DNA Damage and Replication Stress
Sheng Chen: Preparation and Characterization of the Complexes of Cytochrome P450 2B4 and its Redox Partners in Amphipol
Christopher Sesi: An Overview of Cocaine and the Role of Biologics in the Treatment of Cocaine-Use Disorders with a Focus on Enzymatic Approaches

Friday, July 22nd

Margaret Jameson: Selectivity of the Tetrodotoxin Analog, 4,9-Anhydro-Tetrodotoxin, for the Voltage-gated Sodium Channels Nav1.1, Nav1.3, Nav1.6
Angelina Issa: Evaluation of a Dual Inhibitor of EGFR and PI3’-Kinase to Treat Pancreatic Cancer
An-Yi Sheu: Triple Negative Breast Cancer: Clinical Features and Targeted Therapy
Sana Cheema: The Effects of Withdrawing Versus Continuing Renin-Angiotensin-Aldosterone Inhibitors in Contracts-Induced Acute Kidney Injury (CIAKI)
Simar Singh: Regulation of D2 Dopamine Receptor Trafficking and Signaling by the Dopamine Transporter

Congratulations MS Students!