RAD 2014 Winners

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Congratulations to the 2014 RAD Winners




Niadyne Award ($250)


1628


PHYSICIANS PRACTICES AND END OF LIFE

Sina Najafi







TECH Fort Worth




--Innovation in Research Award ($300)


1603


ANTIBODY ENCAPSULATION WITHIN POLYMERIC NANOPARTICLES

Andrew Gdowski







Smith and Nephew




--1st Place Translational Research Award ($500)


206


MIMICKING INFECTION FOR IMMUNOTHERAPY AGAINST BREAST CANCER-FOOLING THE IMMUNE SYSTEM

Rutika Kokate



--2nd Place Translational Research Award ($300)


503


X-RAY FLUORESCENCE FOR TRACKING CELL DIFFERENTIATION

Victor Lin







Cardiovascular Research Institute Award Presentation




--1st Place Graduate Student ($300)


304


CONTRIBUTION OF THE MNPO ANGIOTENSIN RECEPTORS TO BRAIN STEM ACTIVITY AND HYPERTENSION

Brent Shell



--2nd Place Graduate Student ($200)


310


MYOSIN REGULATORY LIGHT CHAIN A13T MUTATION ASSOCIATED WITH CARDIAC HYPERTROPHY IMPOSES DIFFERENCES ON KINETICS AND SPATIAL DISTRIBUTIONS OF CROSS-BRIDGES IN HEALTHY AND DISEASED VENTRICLES

Janhavi Nagwekar



--3rd Place Graduate Student ($200)


316


THE ROLE OF CEREBRAL OXYGENATION ON TOLERANCE TO CENTRAL HYPOVOLEMIA

Victoria Kay







Institute for Aging and Alzheimer’s Disease




--Predoctoral Poster Award ($500)


110


THE EFFECT OF LS-1-137, A NOVEL PHENYLACETAMIDE SIGMA 1 RECEPTOR SELECTIVE AGONIST ON SCOPOLAMINE-DEPENDENT COGNITIVE DEFICIT IN C57BL/6J MICE.

Maninder Malik







Institute for Cancer Research Awards




--Top Graduate Student Research ($500)


205


MIEN1 PROMOTES CANCER CELL MIGRATION AND INVASION THROUGH ENHANCED ACTIN DYNAMICS

Marilyne Kpetemey



--Postdoctoral Research Achievement ($500)


212


TETRANDRINE INDUCES ROS-DRIVEN CASPASE-DEPENDENT APOPTOSIS OF PROSTATE CANCER CELLS VIA MITOCHONDRIAL AND CELL DEATH RECEPTOR PATHWAY

Pankaj Chaudhary







For HER Awards




--Clinical Poster Award ($300)


2100


"IT HAPPENS OUT HERE" - THE VICTIMIZATION EXPERIENCES AND HEALTH CHALLENGES OF WOMEN WHO ARE HOMELESS

Gabrianna Saks



--Translational Research Poster Award ($300)


1801


QUANTITATIVE PROTEOMIC INVESTIGATION OF ESTROGENIC ENDOCRINE-DISRUPTING EFFECTS IN THE RAT UTERUS USING SYSTEMS BIOLOGY

Fatima Sahyouni







North Texas Eye Institute




--Best Graduate Student Presentation ($300)


910


KNOCKOUT OF CASPASE-7 PROTECTS AGAINST OPTIC NERVE CRUSH-INDUCED RETINAL GANGLION CELL DEATH

Shreyasi Choudhury







Osteopathic Research Center




--Excellence in Research Award ($250)


1701


ENHANCING PATIENT AND DOCTOR EXPERIENCE IN AN OUTPATIENT OSTEOPATHIC MANIPULATIVE MEDICINE (OMM) CLINIC VIA UTILIZATION OF ELECTRONIC MEDICAL RECORD (EMR) SCRIBES

John David Myers







Texas Prevention Institute Awards




--1st Place Poster Presentation ($250)


2105


SURVIVAL SEX ON THE STREETS: RESULTS FROM THE HOMELESS WOMEN'S HEALTH AND VICTIMIZATION STUDY

Shlesma Chhetri



--2nd Place Poster Presentation ($150)


706


THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN ACCULTURATION AND RISK FOR TYPE 2 DIABETES IN MEXICAN-AMERICAN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS

José D. Retana







Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine Awards




--1st Place Student Research Award ($500)


1612


DISCOVERY AND DEVELOPMENT OF A BIO-INSPIRED SURGICAL ADHESIVE

Jason Hoffman



--2nd Place Student Research Award ($400)


503


X-RAY FLUORESCENCE FOR TRACKING CELL DIFFERENTIATION

Victor Lin



--3rd Place Student Research Award ($300)


305


DELAYED NEURONAL DEATH IN SWINE FOLLOWING CARDIAC ARREST AND RESUSCITATION

Anh Quynh Nguyen



--1st Place Resident Research Award ($250)


1616


EFFECT OF TIBIAL SLOPE ON FLEXION AND FEMORAL ROLLBACK IN TOTAL KNEE ARTHROPLASTY: A CADAVERIC STUDY

Andrew Chambers



--Honors Student Research Award ($250)


911


PROLONGED NMDA STIMULATION INDUCES NEUROPROTECTIVE PATHWAYS AND ENHANCES SURVIVABILITY OF PRIMARY RETINAL GANGLION CELLS

Brett Mueller



--Russ Jenkins Memorial Research Award – Surgery Dept ($250)


1612


DISCOVERY AND DEVELOPMENT OF A BIO-INSPIRED SURGICAL ADHESIVE

Jason Hoffman



--I.M. Koor Memorial Research Award – OMM Dept ($250)


1701


ENHANCING PATIENT AND DOCTOR EXPERIENCE IN AN OUTPATIENT OSTEOPATHIC MANIPULATIVE MEDICINE (OMM) CLINIC VIA UTILIZATION OF ELECTRONIC MEDICAL RECORD (EMR) SCRIBES

John David Myers



--Family Medicine Resident Research Award ($250)


1108


DIFFERENCES IN HEALTH BEHAVIORS BETWEEN MEDICAL SCHOOL FACULTY AND STAFF

Stephen Ake



--1st Place Children’s Health Research Award – Pediatrics Dept ($300)


200


CARDIAC FUNCTION IN CHILDHOOD CANCER SURVIVORS TREATED WITH ANTHRACYCLINES: THE ROLE OF ECHOCARDIOGRAPHIC AND ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHIC SCREENING

Melodie Minter



--2nd Place Children’s Health Research Award – Pediatrics Dept ($200)


701


CLASSIFICATION OF CHILDREN WITH NEWLY DIAGNOSED DIABETES MELLITUS

Sameer Prakash



Medical Student Government Association




--1st Place Research Award ($300)


1603


ANTIBODY ENCAPSULATION WITHIN POLYMERIC NANOPARTICLES

Andrew Gdowski



--2nd Place Research Award ($200)


308


HYPERCOAGULATION IN THE POST-ATRIAL FIBRILLATION CATHETER ABLATION PATIENT

Shamyal Khan



--3rd Place Research Award ($150)


1502


INDUCTION OF APOPTOSIS VIA TESTOSTERONE IN OXIDATIVELY DAMAGED DOPAMINERGIC CELLS

Olivia Simmons



--Best in First Year Award ($150)


2100


"IT HAPPENS OUT HERE" - THE VICTIMIZATION EXPERIENCES AND HEALTH CHALLENGES OF WOMEN WHO ARE HOMELESS

Gabrianna Saks







Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences Awards




--1st Place Oral Presentation ($500)


915


SIGMA-1 RECEPTOR STIMULATION PROTECTS PURIFIED RETINAL GANGLION CELLS FROM ISCHEMIC INSULT THROUGH THE PHOSPHORYLATION OF EXTRACELLULAR SIGNAL REGULATED KINASE 1/2

Brett Mueller



--1st Place Postdoctoral Poster Award


212


TETRANDRINE INDUCES ROS-DRIVEN CASPASE-DEPENDENT APOPTOSIS OF PROSTATE CANCER CELLS VIA MITOCHONDRIAL AND CELL DEATH RECEPTOR PATHWAY

Pankaj Chaudhary



--Department of Cell Biology and Immunology 1st Place Oral Presentation ($300)


213


NOVEL USE OF PROLIFERATING CELL NUCLEAR ANTIGEN AS A BIOMARKER OF METASTATIC CANCER

Nathan Horton



--Department of Cell Biology and Immunology 1st Place Poster Award ($300)


1202


CD44 EXPRESSION INDUCES CALCIUM INFLUX DECREASING EGR-1 EXPRESSION AND PROLIFERATION IN ACUTE LYMPHOCYTIC LEUKEMIA CELLS

Ronny R. Racine



--Department of Molecular and Medical Genetics and the Institute of Applied Genetics 1st Place Genetics ($300)


205


MIEN1 PROMOTES CANCER CELL MIGRATION AND INVASION THROUGH ENHANCED ACTIN DYNAMICS

Marilyne Kpetemey



--Department of Molecular and Medical Genetics and the Institute of Applied Genetics 1st Place Forensics ($300)


1301


ALLELE CHARACTERIZATION OF TEN SHORT TANDEM REPEAT LOCI OF NORTH AMERICAN BEARS (URSIDS) USING NEXT-GENERATION SEQUENCING

McKensie Kreutzer







Graduate Student Association Awards




--1st Place Poster ($500)


205


MIEN1 PROMOTES CANCER CELL MIGRATION AND INVASION THROUGH ENHANCED ACTIN DYNAMICS

Marilyne Kpetemey



--2nd Place Poster ($300)


911


PROLONGED NMDA STIMULATION INDUCES NEUROPROTECTIVE PATHWAYS AND ENHANCES SURVIVABILITY OF PRIMARY RETINAL GANGLION CELLS

Brett Mueller



--3rd Place Poster ($200)


1202


CD44 EXPRESSION INDUCES CALCIUM INFLUX DECREASING EGR-1 EXPRESSION AND PROLIFERATION IN ACUTE LYMPHOCYTIC LEUKEMIA CELLS

Ronny R. Racine







School of Public Health




--1st Place Poster Presentation ($500)


1114


MAXIMUM COST OF EFFICIENT WEIGHT-LOSS PROGRAMS FOR OVERWEIGHT AND OBESE POPULATIONS

Saehwan Park



--2nd Place Poster Presentation ($350)


1103


ASSOCIATION BETWEEN PERFLUORONONANOIC ACID (PFNA) AND THYROID HORMONE LEVELS IN THE U.S. POPULATION: A CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY OF NHANES DATA, 2007-2008

Lauren R. Hall



--3rd Place Poster Presentation ($200)


2103


ACCEPTABILITY OF SELF-ADMINISTERED PAP SMEARS AMONG SUBSTANCE ABUSING POPULATIONS

Saritha Bangara







School of Health Professions




--Best Physical Therapy Poster Presentation ($300)


1624


ISCHEMIA-INDUCED REDUCTION OF SOMATOSENSORY INPUT DECREASES BALANCE; ADDED VIBRATORY NOISE PARTIALLY RESTORES FUNCTION

Gemma Rose







Elena and Thomas Yorio Travel Award




CARDIAC FUNCTION IN CHILDHOOD CANCER SURVIVORS TREATED WITH ANTHRACYCLINES: THE ROLE OF ECHOCARDIOGRAPHIC AND ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHIC SCREENING

Melodie Minter


This page last updated 28th Mar 2014