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Medical Innovation & Research

Latest Episodes

Interview with Dr. Bert Semler

Dr. Bert Semler, of the Department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics, talks about cellular protein modifications that occur in a poliovirus infection.

--2007 SEP 4
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Interview with Dr. Bert Semler

Interview with Dr. Aleksandra Jovanovich Poole

Dr. Alexandra Poole discusses her research, which showed a link between the progesterone receptor and the BRCA1 gene and raised the possibility of using anti-progesterones for breast cancer prevention.

--2007 SEP 4
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Interview with Dr. Aleksandra Jovanovich Poole

Interview with Dr. Marcelo Wood

Dr. Marcelo Wood, from the Department of Neurobiology and Behavior, will share his research on how HDAC inhibitors can enhance memory and potentially treat things such as Rubinstein-Taybi Syndrome and Huntingon's disease.

--2007 SEP 4
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Interview with Dr. Marcelo Wood

Interview with Dr. Joel Martinez

Dr. Joel Martinez shares the research he did at UCI on intracellular transport.

--2007 SEP 4
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Interview with Dr. Joel Martinez

Interview with Dr. David Camerini

Dr. David Camerini from the Department of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry will be explaining why some people don't progress from HIV to AIDS.

--2007 AUG 30
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Interview with Dr. David Camerini

Interview with Chris Raub

Chris Raub, a PhD student in the Biomedical Engineering Department, came to the show and explained his work on imaging collagen, which may be useful for evaluating tissue changes such as those seen in asthma.

--2007 AUG 28
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Interview with Chris Raub

Interview with Rob Sulc

Robert Sulc from the Shea Lab in the Chemistry Department explains his work with ant nestmate recognition cues - the hydrocarbons he creates might one day be able to start a civil war in an ant nest.

--2007 AUG 14
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Interview with Rob Sulc

Interview with Dr. Natalia Komarova

Professor Natalia Komarova talks about mathematical models of genetic instability in cancer.

--2007 AUG 14
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Interview with Dr. Natalia Komarova

Interview with Alexander Sadovsky

Interview with Alexander Sadovsky about his work modeling embryonic wound healing. He received his Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics and Biomechanics from UCI and is now working as a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute for Genomics and Bioinformatics and the Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences.

--2007 AUG 7
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Interview with Alexander Sadovsky

Interview with Tony Burke

Tony Burke from UCI's Chemistry Department explains natural product synthesis.

--2007 JUL 24
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Interview with Tony Burke

Latest Episodes

Interview with Dr. Bert Semler

Dr. Bert Semler, of the Department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics, talks about cellular protein modifications that occur in a poliovirus infection.

--2007 SEP 4
Comments
Interview with Dr. Bert Semler

Interview with Dr. Aleksandra Jovanovich Poole

Dr. Alexandra Poole discusses her research, which showed a link between the progesterone receptor and the BRCA1 gene and raised the possibility of using anti-progesterones for breast cancer prevention.

--2007 SEP 4
Comments
Interview with Dr. Aleksandra Jovanovich Poole

Interview with Dr. Marcelo Wood

Dr. Marcelo Wood, from the Department of Neurobiology and Behavior, will share his research on how HDAC inhibitors can enhance memory and potentially treat things such as Rubinstein-Taybi Syndrome and Huntingon's disease.

--2007 SEP 4
Comments
Interview with Dr. Marcelo Wood

Interview with Dr. Joel Martinez

Dr. Joel Martinez shares the research he did at UCI on intracellular transport.

--2007 SEP 4
Comments
Interview with Dr. Joel Martinez

Interview with Dr. David Camerini

Dr. David Camerini from the Department of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry will be explaining why some people don't progress from HIV to AIDS.

--2007 AUG 30
Comments
Interview with Dr. David Camerini

Interview with Chris Raub

Chris Raub, a PhD student in the Biomedical Engineering Department, came to the show and explained his work on imaging collagen, which may be useful for evaluating tissue changes such as those seen in asthma.

--2007 AUG 28
Comments
Interview with Chris Raub

Interview with Rob Sulc

Robert Sulc from the Shea Lab in the Chemistry Department explains his work with ant nestmate recognition cues - the hydrocarbons he creates might one day be able to start a civil war in an ant nest.

--2007 AUG 14
Comments
Interview with Rob Sulc

Interview with Dr. Natalia Komarova

Professor Natalia Komarova talks about mathematical models of genetic instability in cancer.

--2007 AUG 14
Comments
Interview with Dr. Natalia Komarova

Interview with Alexander Sadovsky

Interview with Alexander Sadovsky about his work modeling embryonic wound healing. He received his Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics and Biomechanics from UCI and is now working as a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute for Genomics and Bioinformatics and the Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences.

--2007 AUG 7
Comments
Interview with Alexander Sadovsky

Interview with Tony Burke

Tony Burke from UCI's Chemistry Department explains natural product synthesis.

--2007 JUL 24
Comments
Interview with Tony Burke
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