SATURDAY, APRIL 21
Across Societies – Experimental Biology
MARC AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Talking about yourself: interviewing well. N. Saul.
Goal setting, prioritizing, time management. H. Adams.
Beyond the bench: preparing for your career transition in
the life sciences. J. Tringali.
Ten ways to get lucky in the job search. P. Clifford, J.
SAT. 9:00 AM—SAN DIEGO CONVENTION CENTER, HALL D,
Professional development for PhDs. A. Green.
Workplace dynamics: conﬂ ict and feedback. S. Milgram,
The Experimental Biology 2012 Career Center activities have
Negotiation strategies for scientists. D. Behrens.
been arranged by the FASEB Ofﬁ ce of MARC & Professional 2:00
Transforming your CV. N. Saul.
Development. Access to the Career Center is FREE to all 2:15
Job hunting in the biotech industry. B. Lindstaedt.
registered EB 2012 meeting attendees.
Workplace dynamics: team skills. S. Milgram, L.
Networking: a required life skill. H. Adams.
Economics and your job search. J. Tringali.
Workplace dynamics I/II. S. Milgram, L. Conlan.
Global interview skills. D. Behrens.
Postdocs: what should you be looking for and how to 4:00 Developing your core message/”elevator pitch”.
ﬁ nd them. A. Green.
CONNECTING WITH DIFFERENT AUDIENCES:
Herding cats and academics: skills for leading
THE ANATOMY OF COMMUNICATION
a professional organization. D.B. Burr.
Indiana Univ. Sch. of
institute versus department. K.J. Jones.
Indiana Univ. Sch. of
SAT. 8:00 AM—SAN DIEGO CONVENTION CENTER, 7B
The role of the president in guiding the
university: learners, lawyers and legislators. R.O. Kelley.
MASTER CLASS—NEURAL INNERVATION
The abc of communication: easy as 123? D.J.
OF THE HEART AND ITS ROLE IN
Brighton and Sussex Med. Sch., U.K.
PATHOPHYSIOLOGY AND TREATMENT
Communicating science during a crisis. C.
Woods Hole Oceanographic Instn.
Inside the Beltway and up on the Hill. J.C.
Case Western Reserve Univ.
SAT. 1:00 PM—SAN DIEGO CONVENTION CENTER, 8
Outside the box and inside the living room:
teaching through television. J.S. Reidenberg.
Sch. of Med.
Education & Teaching
CLIMBING THE ACADEMIC LADDER: SKILLS
NEEDED FOR EACH RUNG
Foundations of neurocardiology: neural control
of the normal and diseased heart. J.L. Ardell.
Clinical methods to assess cardiac sympathetic
SAT. 10:30 AM—SAN DIEGO CONVENTION CENTER, 7B
innervation and function. D.S. Goldstein.
Oxidant stress, inﬂ ammatory and autonomic
pathways in the development of atrial ﬁ brillation. D.R. Van
The role of self-regulation in modulating the
Committees – target the right ones and work
heart-brain connection. C.S. Moravec.
strategically to make them productive. K.S. Topp.
2012 TEACHING INSTITUTE: THE USE
GRADUATE STUDENT COLLOQUIUM:
OF SOCIAL MEDIA IN PHARMACOLOGY
SAT. 2:45 PM—SAN DIEGO CONVENTION CENTER, 2
SAT. 12:00 PM—SAN DIEGO CONVENTION CENTER, 3
L. SCHROTT, J.S. FEDAN, M.J. SEMINERIO
Get that job! How to ace your
interview. B. A. Fischer.
Survival Skills & Ethics
Wikis and Wikipedia as teaching tools. J. Jemison.
Negotiating your job offer: A
Editing and publishing on Wikipedia. Lynn M. Crespo.
hands-on exercise. B. A. Fischer.
Survival Skills &
Univ. of South Carolina Sch. of Med., Greenville.
ASPET BUSINESS MEETING AND OPENING
SAT. 6:00 PM—SAN DIEGO CONVENTION CENTER, 20B/C
7:30 PM—SAN DIEGO CONVENTION CENTER, CENTER TERRACE
REFRESHER COURSE IN ENDOCRINOLOGY:
Molecular sensors for hypertension, inﬂ
and tissue injury: role of TRPV channels. D. Wang.
ASIC1 in pulmonary vascular smooth muscle function.
Univ. of New Mexico.
APS Education Committee)
Mechanisms of regulation of intraparenchymal cerebral
arterioles. J. Brayden.
Univ. of Vermont.
SAT. 8:00 AM—SAN DIEGO CONVENTION CENTER, 24
OVERCOMING THE FEAR OF MAKING YOUR
OWN TRANSGENIC AND KNOCKOUT MICE
SAT. 1:00 PM—SAN DIEGO CONVENTION CENTER, 27
S. C. Woods.
Univ. of Cincinnati.
Mechanisms of current drug therapies. P. Thule.
D. E. KOHAN AND M. DE CAESTECKER
MICROCIRCULATORY SOCIETY PRESIDENT’S
SYMPOSIUM. CATION CHANNELS IN
Designing vectors for gene targeting. T. Saunders.
VASCULAR CONTROL: ASIC, AND TRPV
Key issues with mouse phenotyping. V. Papaioannou.
The Microcirculatory Society)
SAT. 9:00 AM—SAN DIEGO CONVENTION CENTER, 26
TRPV channels in cerebral arteries. S. Earley.
PUBLIC OUTREACH AND ANIMAL RESEARCH:
Ankle position modiﬁ es tibialis anterior muscle perfusion
TOOLKIT FOR INVESTIGATORS
and oxygenation in the human leg. R.B. Crater, B.
Zhang and A.R. Hargens.
The ratio of C-peptide to insulin is critical for low
oxygen tension-induced ATP release from human
APS Animal Care and Experimentation
erythrocytes. J. Richards, A.H. Stephenson, M.L.
Ellsworth and R.S. Sprague.
Saint Louis Univ.
AT. 1:00 PM—SAN DIEGO CONVENTION CENTER, 25B
4:15 Simvastatin and GGTI-2133, a gernaylgeranyl A
deformability, but inhibit low oxygen tension-induced
ATP release. K.M. Clapp, M.L. Ellsworth, R.S.
Univ. of Pittsburgh.
Sprague and A.H. Stephenson.
Saint Louis Univ.
Engaging the public about animal research: a scientist’s
perspective. D. Ringach.
UCLA Jules Stein Eye Inst.,
Cilostazol, a phosphodiesterase 3 inhibitor, enhances
prostacyclin receptor-mediated cAMP accumulation
Public outreach: a laboratory animal veterinarian’s
and ATP release in erythrocytes of healthy humans
perspective and experience over a quarter of a
and humans with type 2 diabetes. S. Knebel, E.A.
century. J. D. Young.
Cedars-Sinai Med. Ctr.
Bowles, R.S. Sprague and A.H. Stephenson.
Why investigators and institutions should talk about
Louis Univ. (676.11)
animal research: a media relations perspective. J.
Reduced RhoA activity mediates the acute alcohol
Oregon Hlth. & Sci. Univ.
intoxication-induced reduction of lymphatic myogenic
constriction independently of cytosolic [Ca2+]. F.M.
Souza-Smith, K.K. Kurtz and J.W. Breslin.
MICROCIRCULATORY SOCIETY PRESIDENT’S
Hlth. Sci. Ctr., New Orleans. (677.8)
SYMPOSIUM II/YOUNG INVESTIGATOR NOVEL
USING SOCIAL MEDIA TO COMMUNICATE
ABOUT PHYSIOLOGY AND YOU
The Microcirculatory Society)
APS Communications Committee)
SAT. 2:00 PM—SAN DIEGO CONVENTION CENTER, 26
SAT. 3:00 PM—SAN DIEGO CONVENTION CENTER, 25C
K. LUKASZWEICZ AND A. GOODWILL
Dedicated to the memory of Gabor Kaley, Ph.D., Professor
of Physiology, New York Medical College, in honor of his positive
impact on the careers of many young scientists.
Dr. Pascale Lane
– author of the blog Pascale
A novel approach for imaging calcium events
Lane’s Stream of Thought: Urine is Golden
simultaneously in arteriolar vascular smooth muscle
and endothelial cells. P. Bagher, C.J. Garland and
Isis the Scientist
– author of the popular blog On
Univ. of Oxford. (676.6)
Becoming a Domestic and Laboratory Goddess
The effects of circulating angiotensin II levels on vascular
gene expression in normotensive rats. J. Priestley, K.
– author of the blog A Blog Around the
Fredrich, A. Beyer and J.H. Lombard.
Med. Col. of
Clock: Rhythms of Life in Meatspace and Cyberland
2:30 Accelerated arteriogenesis in collateral arterial
segments exposed to ﬂ ow reversal after femoral
arterial ligation. J.K. Meisner, S. Sumer, J. Niu, J. 69.
TOOLKIT FOR GENOMIC BIOMARKER
Song and R.J. Price.
Univ. of Virginia. (682.8)
DISCOVERY BY PHYSIOLOGISTS
NG2 inhibition decreases endothelial cell sprouting
along venules: a novel in situ angiogenesis assay to
investigate multicellular interactions. P.C. Stapor, T.
Ahsan and W.L. Murfee.
Tulane Univ. (682.4)
SAT. 3:15 PM—SAN DIEGO CONVENTION CENTER, 27
The effect of network pattern alterations on microvascular
resistance in hypertension. M. Yang and W.L. Murfee.
Tulane Univ. (859.1)
ow regulation in 3:15 Methods for large scale quantitative proteomics. J.
heterogeneous microvascular networks: effects of
hematocrit variations. B.C. Fry and T.W. Secomb.
Bridging large scale systems biology research to
Univ. of Arizona. (860.8)
physiological signaling pathways. L. Miller.
Long-term effects of indocyanine green on lymphatic
pump function. M. Weiler and J.B. Dixon.
Methods to generate novel genetically engineered rat
models. A. Geurts.
Med. Col. of Wisconsin.
Application of large scale RNA sequencing. M. Liang.
Inhibitor of complement activation attenuates placental
ischemia-induced hypertension in rat. K.E. Lillegard,
Methods for large scale ChIP sequencing. J. Zhu.
A.C. Johnson, S.J. Lojovich, A.J. Bauer, H. Marsh,
J.S. Gilbert and J.F. Regal.
Univ. of Minnesota Med.
Sch. Duluth, Celldex Therapeut. Inc., Needham, MA
WEH SECTION TRAINEE AWARD FINALISTS
and Univ. of Oregon. (1097.4)
SESSION AND DATA DIURESIS
4:15 Aminoimidazole carboxamide ribonucleotide
administration attenuates placental-ischemia-induced
hypertension and angiogenic imbalance in rats. C.T.
Banek, A.J. Bauer, M.B. Rasmussen, H.C. Dreyer
(Supported by an educational grant from Data Sciences,
and J.S. Gilbert.
Univ. of Oregon and Univ. of
International and Juan Carlos Romero Foundation)
Minnesota Med. Sch. Duluth. (1097.2)
4:30 Female spontaneously hypertensive rats have
APS Water and Electrolyte Homeostasis
higher expression of TGF-β and Smad signaling in
mesenteric arteries following the development of
SAT. 3:15 PM—SAN DIEGO CONVENTION CENTER, 25A
hypertension. A.J. Tipton and J.C. Sullivan.
Hlth. Sci. Univ. (880.1)
Hyper-caloric diet enhances aortic endothelial function
Renal medullary circadian clock genes are altered in
via increased NOS3 activity and expression in Dahl
endothelin B deﬁ cient rats. J.S. Speed, M.A. Saleh
S rats. F.T. Spradley, J.B. Musall and J.S. Pollock.
and D.M. Pollock.
Georgia Hlth. Sci. Univ. and
Georgia Hlth. Sci. Univ. (878.4)
Mansoura Univ., Egypt. (1069.11)
Upregulation of renal medullary 20-HETE production 71.
PHYSIOLOGY IN PERSPECTIVE — THE WALTER
opposes the development of hypertension in sleeping
B. CANNON MEMORIAL AWARD LECTURE
beauty transposon CYP4A1 transgenic Dahl S rats. S.
Murphy, F. Fan, R. Baker, A. Guerts, H. Jacob and
Univ. of Mississippi Med. Ctr. and Med.
Col. of Wisconsin. (1103.13)
3:45 T lymphocytes promote autoimmune-associated
SAT. 5:30 PM—SAN DIEGO CONVENTION CENTER, 20A
hypertension. K.W. Mathis, K.L. Wasson, C.W.
Masterson and M.J. Ryan.
Univ. of Mississippi Med.
Title: The Wisdom of The Body
Revisited: Tribute to
Walter B. Cannon and His Concept of Homeostasis as Applied to Pathophysiology of Hypertension
Speaker: L. G. Navar.
Tulane Univ. Hlth. Sci. Ctr.
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