Since 2010, this activity has been organized each summer during the Physiology Department seminar program break and coordinated by the acting Physiology Postdoctoral Fellows (PPF) Chair. PPF members present their recent data to an open audience formed by members of the Physiology department and outside guests.

Thursdays @ 9 a.m. in Room CA-2109, *unless otherwise noted

View this Seminar Series on the University Calendar.

Schedule for 2018:

2018 Speaker Institution  Title Location

July 5

Amel Komic, MD

 

Marissa Seamon

Augusta University

“Increases in soluble protein oligomers trigger the innate immune system promoting inflammation and vascular dysfunction in the pathogenesis of sepsis”

“Elimination of leptin-responsive cells in the ventromedial hypothalamus attenuates the effects of 4th ventricle leptin infusions on weight loss”

CA-2109

July 12

 

 

 No Seminar.

 

July 19

Nicole Klee, PhD

Augusta University

“The role of cellular senescence in diabetic bladder dysfunction”

CA-2109

July 26

Kasey Belanger

Casey Derella

Augusta University

“The role of T regulatory cells in blood pressure control and end organ damage”.

“Intradermal microdialysis: Assessing endothelial microvascular function in humans”.

CA-2109

August 2

Ellen Gillis, PhD

Patricia Martinez Quinones, MD

Augusta University

"Sex differences in hypertension: Role of Tregs”

“Endothelium barrier dysfunction in SIRS and sepsis: One receptor, one pathway, and one drug?”

 

CA-2109

August 9

Yasir Abdul, PhD

Yanna Tian

Augusta University

“Deferoxamine improves neurobehavioral outcomes in diabetic rats: Role of ferroptosis in brain microvascular endothelial cells"

“Coronary microvascular dysfunction in HFpEF”

CA-2109

August 16

Riyaz Mohamed, PhD

Lindsey Ramirez

 

Augusta University

“Female spontaneously hypertensive rats have better recovery in response to renal ischemia reperfusion injury than males.”

“Developing an animal model to mimic hypoperfusion prior to the completion of nephrogenesis”

CA-2109

August 23

Mahmoud Abdelbary

Augusta University

“Inhibition of necrosis via Necrox-5 attenuates the development of hypertension in male, but not female Spontaneously Hypertensive Rats”

CA-2109

August 30

Kasey Belanger

 

Lia Taylor

 

Augusta University

“The role of T regulatory cells in blood pressure control and end organ damage”

“Vascular function is maintained in Dahl SS rats on a high fat diet despite increases in blood pressure and vascular inflammation”

CA-2109