Thesis Defence Schedule 2013

   

Saturday, March 2, 2013 - HSC 1A3 

 Time Student

Thesis Title

 9:00

Neetu Rakhra

The role of reactive oxygen species in altering trophoblast cell function
 9:45 Samanthy Balachandran Adverse effects of glyphosate exposure on pancreatic beta cells
 10:30 Sha Kang DNA strand breakage in response to •OH radical scavengers in gamma irradiated aqueous solutions
 11:15 Priya Hattay Mechanisms of stress-induced intestinal barrier dysfunction
 12:00 LUNCH  
 1:00 Rachel Roke Feasibility Study:  The effect of pulmonary rehabilitation on cardiovascular function in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
 1:45 Niousha Ghamami A systematic review on the time course of blood pressure lowering of dihydropyridine calcium channel blockers
 2:30 Andrea Chiu Functional characterizations of centrosomal protein Cep76 identifies
 3:15 BREAK  
 3:45 Katalina Chan Attenuation of bone metastasis-induced pain with sulfasalazine and doxycycline
 4:30  Mark Gichuru The prognostic value of the biomarker DNMT3A is cytogenetically normal patients with acute myeloid leukemia; a systematic review and meta-analysis
    Sunday, March 3, 2013 - HSC 1A3
 9:00  Kayla Merim Epithelial derived cytokines prime migrational responses of hemopoietic progenitor cells to stromal cell-derived factor -1?
 9:45  Michael Mielnik The role of angiotensin II receptor type 1 in Marfan syndrome
 10:30  Arjun Bharath Exploring the role of CD248 in murine lung fibrosis
 11:15  Laura Aziken Sequence diversity of transferrin binging receprots in porcine pathogens
 12:00  LUNCH  
 1:00  Shoghag Khoudigian The explanatory factors of Canada's Common Drug Review (CDR) recommendations
 1:45  Ireena Soleas Purification, analysis and antibody development of two potential protein markers of male inferility:  TEX101 & LDHC
 2:30  Suvetha Senthivasan Hydrophilic (gel) vs. hydrophobic (fat) preparations of soluble viscous fibre:  a comparison using glycaemic response and subjective satiety
 3:15  BREAK  
 3:45  Kathleen Williams 42 causes a decrease in seladin-1 expression
 4:30  Tiffany Cho The direct competitive effects on the growth of two invasive species:  Garlic Mustard (Alliaria petiolata) and Dog-Strangling Vine (Vincetoxicum rossicum)
   Examining Committee:

Members of the examining committee for 2013 are:  A.K.O. Wong & Drs. M.J. O'Donnell & E.S. Werstiuk

Examination will be chaired by Dr. Sean Parsons

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