Carl Woodham

 

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EDUCATION

present  Ph.D. candidate Biology, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, IL.

1986  B.S. Biology, Illinois State University, Normal, IL.

AWARDS

1997 - 2000:   NIH/National Institute of General Medical Sciences: Predoctoral Fellowship for Minority Students F31. 1 F31 DK 09653

1997  Gordon Research Conference (GRC) Award. Conference on Hormonal Carcinogenesis.

1997 - 2000:   NIH/National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases: Supplemental Minorities Award; Developmental Estrogenization of the Rat Prostate. R01 DK40890

1992 - 1994:  NIH/National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases: Supplemental Minorities Award; Hormonal Regulation of the Rat Prostate Steroid Receptors. R29 DK40890

PUBLICATIONS

Prins GS, Woodham C, Lepinske M and Birch L: Effects of neonatal estrogen on the prostate secretory genes and their correlation with androgen receptor expression in the adult rat prostate lobes. Endocrinology 132:2387-2398, 1993.

Prins GS and Woodham C: Autologous regulation of androgen receptor messenger ribonucleic acid in the separate lobes of the rat prostate gland. Biology of Reproduction 53:609-619, 1995.

Prins GS, Marmer M, Woodham C, Chang W, Kuiper G, Gustafsson J and Birch L: Estrogen receptor-b messenger ribonucleic acid ontogeny in the prostate of normal and neonatally estrogenized rats. Endocrinology 139:874-883, 1998.

Chang WY, Birch L, Woodham C, Gold LI and Prins GS: Neonatal estrogen exposure alters the Transforming Growth Factor-b signaling system in the developing rat prostate and blocks the transient p21cip1/waf1 expression associated with epithelial differentiation. Endocrinology 140:2801-2813, 1999.

Woodham C, Birch L, Prins GS: Neonatal estrogens down regulate prostatic androgen receptor levels through a proteosome-mediated protein degradation pathway. Endocrinology 144(10): (in press), 2003.

ABSTRACTS

Prins GS, Woodham CA and Birch L: Autologous regulation of androgen receptor mRNA in the ventral, dorsal and lateral rat prostate lobes. Program of the 72nd Annual Endocrine Society Meetings, Atlanta, GA, 1990.

Prins GS, Woodham C, Birch L, Lepinske M: Effects of neonatal estrogen on prostatic secretory products and their correlation with androgen receptor expression in the adult rat prostate lobes. Program of the 74th Annual Endocrine Society Meetings, San Antonio, TX, June 24-27, 1992, p. 193, #568.

Prins GS and Woodham CA: Androgen receptor gene transcription rates are differentially affected by androgens in the separate rat prostate lobes. Program of the 75th Annual Endocrine Society Meetings, Las Vegas, NV, 1993.

Arimandi BH, Amin D, Prins GS, Woodham CA and Alekel: The role of androgens in intestinal calcium transport. American Society of Bone and Mineral Research, 1994.

Prins GS, Birch L, Woodham C: Effect of neonatal estrogen on androgen receptor protein and mRNA levels in developing rat ventral prostate. Program of the 77th Annual Endocrine Society Meetings, Washington DC, June 14-17, 1995, p.236, #P1-494.

Prins GS, Birch L, Woodham C, Marmer M, Kuiper G, Gustafsson JA: Estrogen receptor- mRNA ontogeny in the rat prostate lobes and effects of neonatal estrogen exposure on expression pattern. Program of the 79th Annual Endocrine Society Meetings, Minneapolis, MN, June 11-14, 1997, p.542 , #P3-422.

Woodham C, Birch L, Marmer M, Kuiper G, Gustafsson J, Prins GS: Effects of neonatal estrogen exposure on ER mRNA ontogeny in the rat ventral prostate. Gordon Conference Meetings, July 28-August 1, 1997.

Woodham CA: Differentially Displayed genes in the rat ventral prostate following neonatal estrogenization. Annual Mini-symposium on Reproductive Biology, Northwestern University's Center for Reproductive Science, Chicago, IL, 1998.

Chang WY, Birch L, Woodham CA and Prins GS: Neonatal Estrogen exposure alters the TGF- signaling system in the developing rat. The 8th Annual Society for Basic Urologic Research (SBUR) Meeting, Prouts Creek, ME, November12-15, 1998.


Carl Woodham

University of Illinois at Chicago

Department of Urology; M/C 955

820 S. Wood Street

Chicago, IL  60612-7310

(312) 413 - 7771 - Voice Number

(312) 996 - 9649 - Fax Number

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