Deborah Landry

Expertise

K-12 Outreach

Research

Selected Publications

Compton C.C., K.B. Nadire, S. Regauer, M.Simon, G.Warland, N.E. O'Connor, G.G. Gallico, D.B. Landry. 1998. Cultured human sole-derived keratinocyte grafts re-express site-specific differentiation after transplantation. Differentiation 64: 45-53.

 

Landry D.B., L. Couper, S. Bryant, and V. Lindner. 1997. Activation of the NF-kappa B and I-kappa B system in smooth muscle cells after rat arterial injury: Induction of VCAM-1 and MCP-1. American Journal of Pathology 151: 1085.

 

Landry D.B. 1995. Regulation of CD8-alpha gene expression during T cell development. Publication 9518276. University Microfilm International, Ann Arbor, MI.

 

Landry D.B., J.D. Engel, and R. Sen. 1993. Functional GATA-3 binding sites within murine CD8α upstream regulatory sequences. Journal of Experimental Medicine 178: 941.

 

Borriero L., C. Giorgetti, G. Smith, D.B. Landry, E. Selsing, E. Zhukovsky, and J. Press. 1990. Neonatal and Adult Primary B Cells Use the Same Germ-Line VH and Vk Genes in their (T,G)-A-Lspecific Repertoire. Journal of Immunology 144: 583.

 

Compton C.C., S. Regauer, G.R. Seiler, and D.A. Bradford (Landry). 1990. Human Merkel cell regeneration in skin derived from cultured keratinocyte grafts. Laboratory Investigation. 2:233.

 

Compton C.C., J.M. Gill, D.A. Bradford (Landry), S. Regauer, G.G. Gallico, and N.E. O'Connor 1989. Skin regenerated from cultured epithelial autografts on full-thickness burn wounds from 6 days to 5 years after grafting. A light, electron microscopic, and immunohistochemical study. Laboratory Investigation 60: 600.

 

Bahn A.K., E.E. Schneeberger, L.G. Baird, A.B. Collins, K. Kamata, D.A. Bradford (Landry), M.E.Erikson, and R.T. McCluskey. 1985. Studies with monoclonal antibodies against brush border antigens in Heymann Nephritis. Laboratory Investigation 53: 421

Other Scholarly Activity

2013 to current : iXplore STEM, Innovative programs to encourage Maine students to pursue science, technology, engineering, and math careers; Workshops to empower STEM educators.

2007 to current: K-12 Science Curriculum Development, K-12 Science Curriculum Development, Grant Writing, Educator Workshops, Private Tutoring, Public and Private School Substitute Teaching, and Guest Lecturing.

 

Funded Grants

2014-15:  Sponsor, Maine Barcode of Life: Biotechnology and Bioinformatics for Biddeford High School, Perloff Foundation, Maine Space Grant, Maine Community Foundation.

2013-14: Yarmouth High School DNA Barcoding, Yarmouth Education Foundation.

2011-12:  Biotechnology for Yarmouth High School, Yarmouth Educational Foundation.

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Deborah Landry

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Ph.D.

Adjunct Professor in the Center of Excellence in the Neurosciences

Off Campus

dlandry@ixplorescience.com

On Campus