Pharmacology Graduate Group

1997 PGG Graduates

Name

   

YearGraduated

   

Current Position

   

Institution

   

Thesis Advisor

 

Thesis Topic

ANEGAWA, NORIFUSA

   

1997

   

Physician

   

Private Practice

   

LINDSTROM,JON M.

   

Characterization of Recombinant NMDA Receptor-Mediated Cell Toxicity

BORDELON, YVETTE

   

1997

   

Assistant Professor

   

UCLA

   

CHESSELET,MARIE-FRANCOISE

   

Early Events Following an Excitotoxic Insult in Rat Striatum

BROOKS, BRIAN

   

1997

   

Tenured Investigator

   

National Eye Institute

   

FISCHBECK,KENNETH H

   

Characterization of Normal- and Expanded-Glutamine Repeat Androgen Receptors in a Neuronal Cell Line

BROUSSEAU, DAVID

   

1997

   

Medical Director of Women's Imaging

   

Los Angeles Center for Women's Health

   

MCGONIGLE,PAUL

   

Regulation of 5-HT 1A and 5-HT 2A Receptor mRNA and Protein Density in the Rat CNS: An Analysis using Quantitative In-situ Hybridization and Receptor Autoradiographic Techniques.

HEERDING, JENNIFER

   

1997

   

Associate Director

   

University of Pennsylvania

   

FLUHARTY,STEVEN J

   

Elucidation of the Ligand Binding Domain of the Angiotensin Type 2 (AT2) Receptor

HYNICKA, WESLIA

   

1997

   

Research Scientist

   

Smithkline Beecham Corp

   

PITTMAN,RANDALL N

   

Characterization of a cDNA Highly Enriched in CNS

KENDRICK LENZ, SHELLEY

   

1997

   

Owner

   

Killdeer Veterinary Clinic

   

DICHTER,MARC A

   

Pharmacological and Physiological Characterization of Recombinant and Native NMDA Receptors

MESSAM, CONRAD

   

1997

   

Scientist

   

GlaxoSmithKline

   

PITTMAN,RANDALL N

   

Cellular and Biochemical Changes Occurring During Apoptosis of PC12 Cells

SCHLEGEL, BRIAN

   

1997

   

Manager

   

Purohit Navigation

   

PENNING,TREVOR M

   

Structural Determinants of Catalysis and Steroid Binding in 3alpha-Hydroxysteroid Dehydrogenase

ZHANG, XIN NATHAN

   

1997

   

CEO

   

Chipscreen Bioscience

   

GREENE,MARK I

   

Sturctural and Functional Mapping of Immunoglobulin Domains