The 1997 A. R. Martin Lecture

Department of Physiology and Biophysics
University of Colorado School of Medicine

The Third Annual A. R. Martin Lecture was presented by

Bertil Hille, PhD

Department of Physiology and Biophysics, University of Washington

"How do G-protein coupled Receptors Rule the Mind?"

Four graduate students and postdocs presented their work at a mini-symposium. Pictured in the top image, below, are (left to right):

  • Duy-Ai Nguyen, MSTP Student ("Tight junction regulation in mouse mammary epithelium")
  • Professor Hille
  • Dr. Meredith Lazaroff, Postdoctoral Fellow ("Role of KvBeta subunits in maturation of potassium current in the embryonic amphibian nervous system")
  • Dr. Gordan Kilic, Postdoctoral Fellow, ("Effects of the intracellular Ca2+ in neuroendocrine cells")
  • Dr. Guido Meyer, Postdoctoral Fellow ("Agrin-induced acetylcholine receptor aggregation in myotubes")

Photo collage from 1997 A R Martin Lecture
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