Seminars 77:207 and 77:208

in Free Radical and Radiation Biology Schedule

Fall 2002

Contact: frederick-domann@uiowa.edu Tel 319-335-8018

September 05, 2002
Presenter: Iman Ahmad
Title: "Mitochondrial O2ยท- and H2O2 mediate glucose deprivation-induced oxidative stress in human cancer cells"

September 12, 2002
No seminar

September 19, 2002
No seminar

September 26, 2002
Presenter: Dr. Nukhet Aykin-Burns (U Missouri- Rolla)
Title: "Alternative Treatments in Lead Poisoning"

October 03, 2002
Presenter: Dr. Rick Domann (Univ Iowa)
Title: "There's a new PIG* in town"
*(p53 inducible gene)

October 10, 2002
Presenter: Dr. Joe Cullen (Univ Iowa)
Title: ""Unique features of Pancreatic Cancer: ROS, Antioxidants, and NQO1"

October 17, 2002
Presenter: Dr. Francis Miller (Univ Iowa)
Title: "NADPH oxidase and superoxide in vascular disease"

October 24, 2002
Presenter: Kelly Andringa
Title: "The Effect of an SOD Mimic on in vitro and in vivo Tumor Models"

October 31, 2002
Presenter: Debate
Title: "Cancer is fundamentally a genetic disease"

November 07, 2002
Presenter: Matt Zimmerman
Title: "Superoxide Mediates the Actions of Angiotensin II in the Central Nervous System"

November 14, 2002
Presenter: Practice talks for San Antonio
Title: Kelly Andringa, Free Radical and Radiation Biology Program
"SOD Mimics as Adjuvants to Chemotherapy Protocols Involving Adriamycin"

Chenguang Fan, Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology
"Tyrosine Phosphorylation of IKBA Activates NFKB Through a Redox-regulated and c-Src-dependent Mechanism Following Hypoxia/Reoxygenation"

Dr. Prabhat Goswami, PhD, Free Radical and Radiation Biology Program
"Differential Susceptibility of Nonmalignant Human Breast Epithelial Cells and Breast Cancer Cells to Thiol Antioxidant-induced G1-delay"

November 21, 2002
Presenter: Oxygen Society Meeting (No Seminar)
Title: Oxygen Society Meeting in San Antonio, Texas

November 28, 2002
Thanksgiving (No Seminar)

December 05, 2002
Presenter: Min Wang
Title: "MnSOD suppresses hypoxic induction of HIF-1 in human breast cancer cells."