College of Osteopathic Medicine announces 2015 Peter Morgane Research Fellowships

May 04, 2015

Linsey Barker
Linsey Barker
Catherine Bixby
Catherine Bixby
Jaimee Bogusz
Jaimee Bogusz
Sandi Chen
Sandi Chen
Anisha Contractor
Anisha Contractor
Michael Dearborn
Michael Dearborn
Neil Devoe
Neil Devoe
Daniel Eggleston
Daniel Eggleston
Divya Harpalani
Divya Harpalani
Muzamil Jawed
Muzamil Jawed
James Jennings
James Jennings
Travis Mattingly
Travis Mattingly
Tim Newell
Tim Newell
Paul Osterdahl, Jr.
Paul Osterdahl, Jr.
Jason Thole
Jason Thole
Pianpian Wu
Pianpian Wu

Sixteen students in the College of Osteopathic Medicine (COM) have been named Peter Morgane Research Fellows.

Contributions provided by Douglas Wood, D.O., Ph.D., FACOI, dean of COM, the Department of Biomedical Sciences, the Office of Research and Scholarship and the Center for Excellence in the Neurosciences will enable the funding of the recipients’ research projects.

The 2015 Peter Morgane Research Fellows, their project titles and mentors are as follows:

Linsey Barker ‘18

An innovative new use for mass spectrometry: Efficient antibiotic resistance testing

Meghan May, Ph.D., COM

 

Catherine Bixby ‘18

Frequency and risk factors of chemotherapy induced peripheral neuropathy in children-a preliminary chart review study

Ling Cao, M.D., Ph.D., COM

 

Jaimee Bogusz ‘18

Determination of PEBP as a novel target for anti-nociception and its signaling functions at the mu opioid receptor

John Streicher, Ph.D., COM

 

Sandi Chen ‘18

Effects of estrogen supplementation and overiectomy on performance in an attentional set shifting task: Effects of monoamines in the prefronal cortex

David Mokler, Ph.D., COM

 

Anisha Contractor ‘18

Is miRNA 146a a biomarker of risperidone induced hyperprolactinemia and increased metabolic risk?

Karen Houseknecht, Ph.D., COM

 

Michael Dearborn ‘18

Delta opioid receptor's role in treating breakthrough cancer pain

Tamara King, Ph.D., COM

 

Neil Devoe ‘18

Assessing bactericidal mechanisms of the novel antiseptic E-101 solution against MRSA and VRSA strains

Meghan May, Ph.D., COM

 

Daniel Eggleston ‘18

Neuronal primary cilia in hippocampus function: A biochemical/molecular biological analysis of mouse models of human ciliopathies

Kerry Tucker, Ph.D., COM

 

Divya Harpalani ‘18

Evaluation of sex differences in corneal afferent innervation in dry eye disease

Ian Meng, Ph.D., COM

 

Muzamil Jawed ’18

Resistance exercise in rheumatic disease

Clifton O. Bingham III, MD, John Hopkins Arthritis Center

Marilyn Gugliucci, Ph.D., COM

 

James Jennings ‘18

Effects of forced exercise vs. voluntary exercise on cortisol levels in rat populations

Tamara King, Ph.D., COM

 

Travis Mattingly ‘18

Project title: GC-MS analysis of PBDE congeners in liver tissue

Mentor: Jerome Mullin, Ph.D., Department of Chemistry, CAS

 

Tim Newell ‘18

Effects of prenatal protein malnutrition on the levels of dopamine transporters, norepinephrine transporters and 5--HT transporters in the brains of adult rats

David Mokler, Ph.D., COM

 

Paul Osterdahl Jr. ‘16

Rescue of beta-thalassemia (pro)erythroblasts via inhibition of leached lysosomal cathpesins

Don M Wojchowski, Ph.D., MMCRI

 

Jason Thole ‘18

High-throughput analysis of CB2 interactome using LUMIER bait and prey capture

Katherine Hanlon, Ph.D., COM

 

Pianpian Wu ‘18

Yunnan Pediatric Training and Evaluation Program

Robert Detrano, M.D., Ph.D., University of California, Irvine (UCI)

Jack Williams, Ph.D., COM

 

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