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School of Pharmacy|College of Health Sciences

2012 CHS Grand Rounds Research Day

The April 12th Grand Rounds/Research Day was a great success. Keynote speakers Robert H. Eckel and John L. Ivy addressed many interested students, faculty, staff, and Laramie residents about Type II Diabetes, the topic of the event. Students and faculty also had the opportunity to present posters outlining the results of their ongoing, cooperative research. The School of Pharmacy was well-represented during the event.

Alex Xu presented

Alex Xu presented "Macrophage Migration Inhibitory Factor Activates Autophagy to Attenuate Pressure Overload-Induced Cardiac Hypertrophy in Mice" Xihui Xu (Ph.D. student) and Jun Ren (CCRAM, School of Pharmacy, University of Wyoming. He is congratulated by Dean Steiner (L) and Jun Ren (R) for tying for third place.

Kara Springer and Pam Darrow presented

Kara Springer and Pam Darrow presented "Review of Medications Utilized During a One-Week Experience in Honduras" Kara Springer (Pharm. D. student), Pam Darrow (Pharm. D. student) and Kem Krueger, (School of Pharmacy, University of Wyoming). They are congratulated by Jun Ren (L) and Dean Steiner (R) for tying for third place.

Jennifer Steiner presented

Jennifer Steiner presented "Integrating Wyoming Pharmacy Students and Faculty into State and County Repackaging and Dispensing Operations" 1Jennifer Steiner (Pharm. D. student), 2Beth Young, M.S. , 1Sara Lookabill (Pharm. D. student) and 1Suzanne Clark  (1School of Pharmacy, University of Wyoming and 2Public Health Coordinator, Albany County Public Health). Dean Steiner Is pictured presenting her with the $750 student travel award.

Maolong Dong presented

Maolong Dong presented "Akt Overexpression  Attenuated Lipopolysaccharide-induced Cardiac Dysfunction by Inhibition  of Apoptosis and Endoplastic Reticulum  Stress, partly through Autophagy" 1,2 Maolong Dong, 1Nan Hu, 1Manchender R. Kandadi, 1Rui Gao, 1Shasha Jiang, and Jun Ren (1CCRAM, School of Pharmacy, University of Wyoming and 2Dept. of Burn and Cutaneous Surgery, Xijing Hospital, the Fourth Military Medical University, Xi’an 710032, P. R. China).

Yinan Hua presented

Yinan Hua presented "Cathepsin K Knockout Alleviates Streptozocin-Induced Cardiac Dysfunction" Yinan Hua (Ph.D student), Jun Ren and Sreejayan Nair (Center for Cardiovascular Research and Alternative Medicine, School of Pharmacy, University of Wyoming).

Machender Kandadi presented

Machender Kandadi presented "AMP-Activated Protein Kinase – ULK1-Mediated Autophagy is Responsible for Acute Alcohol Exposure-Induced Cardiac Contractile Dysfunction" Machender R. Kandadi and Jun Ren (CCRAM, School of Pharmacy, University of Wyoming).

Benjamin Pacheco presented

Benjamin Pacheco presented "Liver Deficiency of Insulin-like Growth Factor-1 Attenuates Aging-induced Hepatocyte Dysfunction: Role of Autophagy" Benjamin Pacheco (Pharm. D. student), Xihui Xu (Ph.D. student) and Jun Ren (CCRAM, School of Pharmacy, University of Wyoming).

Evgeniy Panzhinskiy presented

Evgeniy Panzhinskiy presented "A Novel Neuroprotective Curcuminoid Alleviates Glucose Intolerance and Improves Insulin Signaling" 1Evgeniy Panzhinskiy (MCLS Ph.D. student), 2Paul A. Lapchak, 1Jun Ren, 1Nair Sreejayan (1School of Pharmacy, University of Wyoming, and 2Department of Neurology, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA).

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