Ronald D. Hills Jr
Presentation by Ronald Hills, Ph .D., describing the work of his laboratory at UNE. The Hills Lab is interested in the molecular mechanisms underlying biomedically relevant scientific problems. Having previously developed a suite of simulation tools for studying the molecular dynamics of membrane-protein systems, its research has since investigated the functional mechanisms of efflux transport proteins, of use for developing new therapies to overcome cellular multidrug resistance. The lab... Read More
Ada L. Olins and Donald E. Olins
UNE research professors Ada and Don Olins present some of their published and unpublished data on chromatin. The name “Chromatin” was given by W. Flemming (~1880) to the nuclear substance that stains strongly in a light microscope. During the 1940’s to 60’s, it became clear that chromatin is a complex of (anionic) double-stranded DNA with an equal mass of highly basic histone proteins. Following the success of fiber x-ray... Read More
Cory R. Theberge
Dr. Cory Theberge, from UNE's College of Pharmacy, gives an overview of "contaminants of emerging concern" in the environment, how they end up there, and the scope of the problem in the United States. Dr. Richard Peterson, from UNE's Department of Environmental Studies, introduces the presentation.
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