Seminars 77:207 and 77:208 in Free Radical and Radiation Biology Schedule

Spring 2005

Contact: Tel 319-335-8018

January 20, 2005
Presenter: Kelly Andringa
Title:  Potential cancer therapy combining SOD mimic, Adriamycin and modulators of glutathione and glucose metabolism

January 27, 2005
Presenter: Ehab Sarsour
Title:  MnSOD protects the reproductive integrity of quiescent normal human fibroblasts

February 3, 2005
Presenter: Kate Pedersen
Title: Pseudogenes and alternate modes of SDHD expression in neuroblastoma

February 10, 2005
Presenter:  Zhen Gao
Title:  Cuznsod enhanced the IR induced G2 checkpoint

February 17, 2005
Presenter: Sarita Menon
Title:  Regulatory Role of MnSOD and Cyclin D1 during Thiol Antioxidant Induced G1 arrest

February 24, 2005
Presenter: Hualei Li
Title:  The Mechanisms of Activator Protein-2a and Activator Protein-2g in Tumor Suppression

March 3, 2005
Presenter: Gang Niu
Title: The role of human sodium iodide symporter as reporter gene for non-invasive detection of gene transfer and expression

March 10, 2005
Presenter: Michael Hitchler
Title:  SOD Busting: Plowing the way to study transcriptional regulation of antioxidant enzymes

March 17, 2005
Presenter: Spring Break

March 24, 2005
Presenter: Lei Yu
Title:  AP-2a, a redox sensitive transcription factor

March 31, 2005
Presenter:  Changbin Du
Title:  Aging and Cancer, the role of SOD

April 7, 2005
Presenter: Tanja Hadzic
Title:  The Role of Low-Molecular-Weight Thiols and Interleukin-2 in T Cell

April 14, 2005
Presenter:Kjerstin Owens
Title:  The Effect of Truncated Succinate Dehydrogenase Complex Subunit
D Protein in Immoratalized Cells

April 21, 2005
Presenter:  Ling Xiao
Title:  Antitumor effects of MnSOD plus glutathione modulators

April 28, 2005
Presenter:  Kim Krager, (cancelled)
Title:  Radioiodide imaging and treatment of head and neck cancer cells using sodium iodide symporter gene transfer

May 5, 2005
Presenter: Jingru Liu
Title:  Role of Glutathione Peroxidase in the Suppression of Pancreatic Cancer Malignant Phenotype