College of Graduate Studies
Ernest E. Just Symposium
Ernest Just Scientific Symposium
February 26, 2016
Located in the Drug Discovery Auditorium
Part 1: Introduction
|8:00-900 am||Registration and Breakfast - Entrance to Auditorium|
Opening: Darlene Shaw, Ph.D.
Deborah Deas, M.D.
|9:10-9:20 am||Title: "Greetings from Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Representative"|
Paul Adams, Ph.D.,
Associate Professor of Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Associate Professor of Cellular and Molecular Biology
University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
9:20 - 9:50 am
Title: "E. E. Just's Broad Influence on the Development of Modern Biology"
Part II: Role Models
Graduate Presenter9:50-10:10 am
Title: "FTY720 Induces Necroptosis by Regulating Ceramide Signaling at the Plasma Membrane"
Rose Ndeto, PhD Candidate, Department of Biochemistry
Medical University of South Carolina
|10:25am-11:00am||Title: "Early Life Anti-depressant Drug Exposure Alters Brain Development: Possible Role of Maternal Care"|
|Title: "Using Periodic Patterns to Statistically Verify Local Warming Trends in Low Latitude Locations"|
Just Symposium Keynote
Title: "Why where you live determines how long you live"
Panel Discussion (question and answer with speakers)
|12:30-2:00 pm||EDUCATIONAL SESSIONS|
Campus tour for visiting students, Undergraduate Advisors meet with MUSC College Admissions Officers
Part III Science
|poster sessions; science presentations|
Title: "Retinoic Acid Controls Urothelial Progenitors During Development, Homeostasis and Regeneration"
Title: "Making "Mini-Kidneys" in a Dish: The Path from Stem Cell to Nephron"
3:30 - 3:45pm
Discussion: Perspectives on the Research Area and Future Science