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John Buchweitz, Ph.D. John Buchweitz, Ph.D.

2007

Thesis Title: Characterization of Delta-9-Tertrahydrocannabinol-Mediated Alterations in Leukocyte and Airway Epithelial Cell Responses to a Primary Challenge with Influenza A/PR/8/34 in C57BL/6 Wild Type and CB1/CB2 Receptor-Null Mice

Advisor: Dr. Norb Kaminski

Ammie Bachman, Ph.D. Ammie Bachman, Ph.D.

2006

Thesis Title: Altered Pattern of Methylation in Gene-specific and GC-rich Regions of DNA Underlie Tumorigenesis

Advisor: Dr. Jay Goodman

Steven Bezdecny, Ph.D. Steven Bezdecny, Ph.D.

2006

Thesis Title: Signal Transduction Pathways Involved in the Upregulation of Cyclooxygenase-2 by 2,2',4,4',-Tetrachlorobiphenyl

Advisor: Dr. Patti Ganey

Wei Ni, Ph.D. Wei Ni, Ph.D.

2006

Thesis Title: The Presence of A Local Serotonergic System in Peripheral Arteries

Advisor: Dr. Stephanie Watts

Keshari Thakali Keshari Thakali

2006

Thesis Title: Endothelin A (ETA) and ETB Receptor Interaction in Arteries and Veins

Advisor:  Dr. Stephanie Watts

Lyle Burgoon, Ph.D. Lyle Burgoon, Ph.D.

2005

Thesis Title: Design, Management, and Quality Control of Toxicogenomics Experiments

Advisor: Dr. Jim Galligan

Alex Perez-Rivera, Ph.D. Alex Perez-Rivera, Ph.D.

2005

Thesis Title: Alpha-1 Adrenergic Receptor Function and Protein Expression in Arteries and Veins from Normal and Hypertensive Mice

Advisor: Dr. Jim Galligan

Gautham Rao, Ph.D. Gautham Rao, Ph.D.

2005

Thesis Title: Involvement of TRPC1 in the Cannabinoid-Mediated Elevation in Intracellular Calcium in T Cells

Advisor: Dr. Norb Kaminski

Cheryl Rockwell, Ph.D. Cheryl Rockwell, Ph.D.

2005

Thesis Title: Inhibition of Interleukin-2 Secretion by 2-Arachidonyl Glycerol and Anandamide Occurs through Perixsome Proliferator Activated Receptor Gamma Independently of the Cannabinoid Receptors

Advisor: Dr. Norb Kaminski

Hong Wang, Ph.D. Hong Wang, Ph.D.

2005

Thesis Title: Neurohumoral Control of Splanchnic Circulationin DOCA-Salt Hypertensive Rats

Advisor: Dr. Greg Fink

Diana Ye, Ph.D. Diana Ye, Ph.D.

2005

Thesis Title: Low-potency Poly (ADP-Ribose) Polymerase Inhibitors (Ip-PARPi) Induce Insulin Gene Expression through the Upregulation of MafA in INS-1 Pancreatic-Cells

Advisor: Dr. Karl Olson