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Sunday, April 19, 2009
Advances in Down Syndrome Neuroscience Research: Implications for Alzheimer's Disease, Dementias and Other Cognitive Disorders
Down Syndrome: A Genetic Disorder in Biobehavioral Perspective
Lynn Nadel, PhD - 9:35:00 (0h 31m 14s) - DocumentsAudio and SlidesSynchronized - View
Human Chromosome 21/Down Syndrome Gene Function: Implications for Cognitive Development and Alzheimer's Disease
Advances in Down Syndrome Research: Human Genetics, Animal Models and Cognitive Drug Therapy
Alberto C. Costa, MD,PhD - 11:05:00 (0h 41m 9s) - Audio onlyNot Synchronized - View
ASPET-Ray Fuller Lecture
Introduction
Joe A. Beavo, PhD - 8:30:00 (0h 1m 47s) - Audio onlyNot Synchronized - View
Changes in the Brain During Chronic Exposure to Nicotine
Henry A. Lester, PhD - 8:35:00 (0h 52m 50s) - DocumentsAudio and SlidesSynchronized - View
ASPET-Ray Fuller Symposium: Mechanisms of Nicotine Addiction
Genome-Wide Association Scans and Candidate Genes in Nicotine Addiction
Laura J. Bierut, MD - 9:35:00 (0h 36m 48s) - DocumentsAudio and SlidesSynchronized - View
Signal Transduction Pathways in Nicotine Addiction
Darlene A. Brunzell, PhD - 10:10:00 (0h 30m 1s) - DocumentsAudio and SlidesSynchronized - View
Functional Roles of the CHRNA5-CHRNA3-CHRNAB4 Gene Cluster: Lessons from the Mouse
Mariella M. De Biasi, PhD - 10:45:00 (0h 33m 28s) - DocumentsAudio and SlidesSynchronized - View
Imaging Studies of Neural Substrates in Nicotine Addiction
Edythe D. London, PhD - 11:20:00 (0h 34m 44s) - DocumentsAudio and SlidesSynchronized - View
IUPHAR Lecture
Introduction
Sam J. Enna, PhD - 2:00:00 (0h 3m 0s) - Audio onlyNot Synchronized - View
Seven Transmembrane Receptors
Robert J. Lefkowitz, MD - 2:05:00 (0h 47m 16s) - DocumentsAudio and SlidesSynchronized - View
The Serotonin Transporter: Not Just for Neurons Anymore
Plasma Serotonin Levels and the Platelet Serotonin Transporter
Fusun Kilic, PhD - 3:05:00 (0h 26m 32s) - DocumentsAudio and SlidesSynchronized - View
5-HT, 5-HT Receptors and SERT in the Pulmonary Circulation
Barry L. Fanberg, MD - 3:30:00 (0h 22m 1s) - DocumentsAudio and SlidesSynchronized - View
5-HT Uptake in the Peripheral Vasculature: Focus in Veins
Audra E. Linder, PhD - 3:55:00 (0h 24m 34s) - DocumentsAudio and SlidesSynchronized - View
A Role for 5-HT in the Immune Response
John Gordon, PhD - 4:20:00 (0h 23m 38s) - DocumentsAudio and SlidesSynchronized - View
Beyond Prozac: Generation and Characterization of SSRI Insensitive Transgenic Mice
Brent J. Thompson, PhD - 4:45:00 (0h 13m 12s) - DocumentsAudio and SlidesSynchronized - View
Chronic Serotonin Infusion Leads to Prolonged Fall in Blood Pressure in the Spontaneously Hypertensive Rat
Robert P. Davis - 5:00:00 (0h 11m 29s) - DocumentsAudio and SlidesSynchronized - View
 
Monday, April 20, 2009
Julius Axelrod Lecture
Introduction
Susan G. Amara, PhD - 8:30:00 (0h 5m 1s) - Audio onlyNot Synchronized - View
Miscarriage at the Synapse: Brain Disorder-Associated Deficits in Membrane Transport
Randy D. Blakely, PhD - 8:35:00 (0h 58m 42s) - DocumentsNot Synchronized - View
Julius Axelrod Symposium: The Neurotransmitter End Game: Structure, Function and Regulation of the Neurotransmitter Transport
The End of Cannabinoids As We Know It: Molecular Control of Anandamide Inactivation
Eric L. Barker, PhD - 9:35:00 (0h 31m 44s) - DocumentsAudio and SlidesSynchronized - View
Cocaine (target) Trafficking: Dopamine Transporters
Haley E. Melikian, PhD - 10:00:00 (0h 30m 59s) - DocumentsAudio and SlidesSynchronized - View
Hugging Prozac: How Serotonin Transporters Recognize Antidepressants
L. Keith Henry, PhD - 10:25:00 (0h 20m 57s) - Audio onlyNot Synchronized - View
Reading the Labels: How Phosphorylation Modifies Serotonin Transport
Sammanda S. Ramamoorthy, PhD - 11:05:00 (0h 22m 49s) - DocumentsAudio and SlidesSynchronized - View
Nothing Sweeter than DAT: How Insulin Controls the Dopamine Transporter
Regenerative Pharmacology: The New Pharmacology
Drug Delivery Technologies for Regenerative Pharmacology
Grace G. Lim, PhD - 9:50:00 (0h 30m 42s) - DocumentsAudio and SlidesSynchronized - View
Regeneration of a Complete Urinary Bladder with an Autologous Neo-Bladder Replacement Construct - Structural, Functional and Pharmacological Characterization
Tim Bertram, DVM,PhD - 11:20:00 (0h 33m 35s) - DocumentsAudio and SlidesSynchronized - View
Regenerative Pharmacology: The New Pharmacology
Introduction: State of Regenerative Pharmacology
George J. Christ, PhD - 9:30:00 (0h 22m 49s) - DocumentsAudio and SlidesSynchronized - View
Bio-Inductive Scaffolds and Regenerative Nanomaterials for Tissue Engineering
Mark A. Van Dyke, PhD - 10:20:00 (0h 33m 52s) - DocumentsAudio and SlidesSynchronized - View
Tubular Cardiovascular Engineering: Developmental Pharmacology of Muscle, Vessel and Valves
Richard L. Goodwin, PhD - 10:50:00 (0h 26m 21s) - DocumentsAudio and SlidesSynchronized - View
The Role of Insulin and Leptin in Drug Addiction and Mood
Insulin, Leptin, and Food Reward
Dianne P. Figlewicz Lattemann, PhD - 9:35:00 (0h 34m 32s) - DocumentsAudio, Slides and Video ClipsSynchronized - View
The Role of Leptin Signaling in Emotional Behavior
DAT Depends on What You Eat: Neurochemical and Behavioral Effects of Amphetamine are Dependent on Insulin Status
Lynette C. Daws, PhD - 10:45:00 (0h 39m 30s) - DocumentsAudio and SlidesSynchronized - View
The Role of Leptin on Human Body Weight Regulation, Endocrine Function, and Neurobehavioral Outcomes
Julio Licinio, MD; Gilberto Paz-Filho, MD - 11:20:00 (0h 33m 3s) - DocumentsAudio and SlidesSynchronized - View
 
Tuesday, April 21, 2009
All Presidents Symposium on Integrative Pharmacology
From Integrative to Molecular Pharmacology and Back
Elaine Sanders-Bush, PhD - 9:30:00 (0h 35m 21s) - DocumentsAudio and SlidesSynchronized - View
Integrative Pharmacology: The Validation of Biochemical and Molecular Findings
Sam J. Enna, PhD - 9:55:00 (0h 27m 0s) - DocumentsAudio and SlidesSynchronized - View
Experimental Basis of Integrative Pharmacology
David B. Bylund, PhD - 10:20:00 (0h 27m 48s) - DocumentsAudio and SlidesSynchronized - View
Integrative Pharmacological Models in Understanding Neuroplasticity
James E. Barrett, PhD - 10:45:00 (0h 25m 46s) - DocumentsAudio and SlidesSynchronized - View
Integrative Pharmacology: Oxidative Stress, Gender and Aging
Sue P. Duckles, PhD - 11:10:00 (0h 34m 46s) - DocumentsAudio and SlidesSynchronized - View
Targeting Drug Metabolizing Enzymes for Effective Chemopreventive Approaches
Inhibitors of Cytochrome P45017 Alpha as Agents for Prostate Cancer Therapy
Vincent C. Njar, PhD - 9:40:00 (0h 37m 55s) - DocumentsAudio and SlidesSynchronized - View
Chemoprevention of PAH-Dependend Transplacental Cancer in a Mouse Model: Role of Cyp1b1
David Williams, PhD - 10:05:00 (0h 31m 58s) - DocumentsAudio and SlidesSynchronized - View
Targeting Nrf2, Phase I and Phase II Metabolizing Enzymes for Effective Chemoprevention Strategies
Cytochrome P450 Prodrugs in Cancer Therapy - Targeting Tumor Cells and Tumor-Associated Endothelial Cells
Torald Sollmann Lecture
Introduction
Joe A. Beavo, PhD - 8:30:00 (0h 2m 5s) - DocumentsAudio and SlidesSynchronized - View
Mentors, Methods and Manuscripts
Sam J. Enna, PhD - 8:35:00 (0h 46m 31s) - DocumentsAudio and SlidesSynchronized - View
 
Wednesday, April 22, 2009
Gases as Neuromodulators in Sensing: From Nitric Oxide to Hydrogen Sulfide
Neuronal Roles for Gasotransmitters
Phillip K. Moore, PhD - 8:00:00 (0h 29m 59s) - DocumentsAudio and SlidesSynchronized - View
Roles for Nitric Oxide in Itching and the Development of Herpetic and Postherpetic Neuralgia
Yasushi Y. Kuraishi, PhD - 8:30:00 (0h 25m 13s) - DocumentsAudio and SlidesSynchronized - View
Hydrogen Sulfide as a Neuromodulator in the Colon
Hydrogen Sulfide and Pain
Atsufumi A. Kawabata, PhD - 9:30:00 (0h 29m 33s) - DocumentsAudio and SlidesSynchronized - View
Exposure to Nitrous Oxide Increases Levels of Nitric Oxide Metabolites and ß-Endorphin in Ventricular Cisternally Perfused Rats
Nitroxyl (HNO) Exerts Antioxidant Actions in Carotid arteries of mice
Ravina M. Ravi, PhD - 10:15:00 (0h 16m 29s) - DocumentsAudio and SlidesSynchronized - View
 
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