CMCT members attended the 48th annual meeting of the Society of Toxicology in Baltimore, MD on March 15-19, 2009.
Dr. Mark Bedford presents his talk entitled "Regulation of transcription by protein arginine methyltransferases" in a symposium session entitled " Genomic, Non-genomic, and Epigenetic Mechanisms of Nuclear Hormone Receptor Action." This symposium session was chaired by CMCT member and incoming President of the Society of Toxicology Dr. Cheryl Lyn Walker.
CMCT member Dr. Bratton at the symposium poses with Dr. Walker and Bedford.
Yichen Lin, graduate student in Pharmacology and Toxicology poses in front of his poster entitled "FasL and TRAIL gene-deficient mice show altered spermatogenesis and differential sensitivity to MEHP-induced germ cell apoptosis. Yichen is mentored by CMCT faculty member John Richburg who also served as chair of the poster session entitled " Apoptosis: Activators and Regulatory Pathways."
Indra Mahajan, graduate student in Pharmacology and Toxicology with her mentor and CMCT faculty member Dr. Shawn Bratton.
Indra Mahajan and her mentoree Mary Tran, an Undergraduate in the Biology program at UT-Austin.
John H. Richburg,
College of Pharmacy
The University of Texas
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