Department of Biopharmaceutical Sciences

College of Pharmacy
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Seminars Spring 2006

Spring 2006 Seminar Series
Department of Biopharmaceutical Sciences

College of Pharmacy Building (PHAR)
833 South Wood Street
Chicago, IL 60612

Date Time Room Speaker Name Affiliation Talk Title Host
1/11 3:30 PHAR 134-3 Tamara Minko, Ph.D. Rutgers University Advanced Targeted Drug Delivery Systems for Cancer Therapy Onyuksel
1/18 3:30 PHAR 134-3 Diana J. Wilkie, Ph.D., R.N., F.A.A.N. University of Illinois at Chicago Informatics Solutions for Clinical Pain Management and Education of Patients and Health Professionals Wang
1/25 3:30 PHAR 134-3 Minoli Perera, Pharm.D., Ph.D. The University of Chicago Genetic variation at the CYP3A locus: Implications in drug metabolism Beck
2/1 3:30 PHAR 134-3 Danchen Gao, Ph.D. Morton Grove Pharmaceuticals Preformulation: The Essence for a Successful Drug Product Onyuksel
2/8 3:30 PHAR 134-3 Paul M. Carvey, Ph.D. Rush University An Animal Model of Parkinson's Disease Resulting from Prenatal Lipopolysaccharide Schlemmer
2/15 3:30 PHAR 134-3 Hyun-Young Jeong, Ph.D. University of Illinois at Chicago The effect of female hormones on hepatic drug metabolism during pregnancy Beck
2/22 3:30 PHAR 134-3 Richard Ye, Ph.D. University of Illinois at Chicago Function-based ligand screen for chemotactic peptide receptors Wang
3/1 3:30 PHAR 134-3 Jonna Frasor, Ph.D. University of Illinois at Chicago Estrogen Regulated Gene Expression in Breast Cancer Tonetti
3/15 10:00 PHAR 134-3 Djaja Djendoel Soejarto, Ph.D. University of Illinois at Chicago Search for anticancer, anti-HIV, anti-TB and antimalaria drugs from plants of Vietnam and Laos under the International Cooperative Biodiversity Groups (ICBG) framework Wang
3/29 3:30 PHAR 134-3 Larisa Cavallari, Pharm.D. University of Illinois at Chicago Genetic influences of warfarin response Wang
4/5 3:30 PHAR 134-3 Fletcher A. White, Ph.D. Loyola Univeristy Peripheral mechanisms underlying chronic pain: A role for chemokines Wang
4/12 3:30 PHAR 134-3 Jian Lu
(Student Seminar)
University of Illinois at Chicago Targeted drug delivery to mu-opioid receptor expressing cells via dermorphin liposomes Wang