Academic Research Evening 2000

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Eric Moody, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
"Chronic exposure to volatile anesthetics results in behavioral and receptor changes in mice"

Maria Lucia Madariaga Effects of Volatile Anesthetics upon PLC-delta, an Interfacial Enzyme Sensitive to Surface Pressure Ward Melville HS
Andrew Goldfarb The Effect of Rocuronium Bromide as an Antagonist on Acetylcholine Receptor Channels Jericho HS
Emily Dilger The Effect of Diet on the Radular Teeth of Littorina Ward Melville HS
Shakira Slater Understanding the role of protein domains: A strategy using Chimeras Stony Brook Univ Undergrad
John J. Woehrle Inhalational anesthetics stabilize the interaction between G-protein subunits Stony Brook Univ Undergrad
Sarita (Sara) Mathew Effect of Intravenous anesthetics on the Plasma Membrane Calcium Pump Stony Brook Univ Undergrad
Edward Tall Polyphosphoinositide distribution and dynamics in living cells: Evidence for lateral segregation of phosphatidylinositol 4,5-bisphosphate Stony Brook Univ Grad
Deeptankar Demazumder The Kinetics of cis-Atracurium Inhibition of Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptors Stony Brook Univ Grad
Rishimani Adsumelli Assessing the Efficacy of the Sequential Compression Device to Prevent the Hypotension with Spinal Anesthesia for Cesarean Section Faculty
John Gage Can Open Source Software Transform Medicine? Faculty
Robert Katz Effects of Pre-Operative Medical Consults on Peri-Operative Patient Management Faculty
Chyansong J. (Jeffrey) Tzan Inhibition of Acetylcholine Receptor Channels by Thiopental Faculty
Alvin Bicker Computer Literacy and Critical Thinking using an Electronic Journal Club for Anesthesia Residents Faculty
James P Dilger Why is the Dose-Response Curve for Volatile Anesthetics So Steep? Faculty