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2018 North Dakota INBRE Annual Symposium Schedule

Saturday October 13, 2018

7:30 - 8:30 am Registration and Continental Breakfast (First Floor East Atrium)
Poster Set-Up (Second Floor W202)
8:30 am Welcome and Introductions (First Floor Auditorium E101)
Dr. Don Sens, Principal Investigator ND INBRE
Dr. Joshua Wynne, Dean of the UND School of Medicine and Health Sciences and UND Vice President for Health Affairs
8:45 am ND INBRE K-12 STEM Laboratories
Lorraine O'Shea & Karen Cisek 
9:10 am Student Presentation
Kyle O’Brien, “Influence of Cadmium on Developmental Factors Contributing to Stagnicola elodes Fecundity”
Mayville State University 
9:35 am Student Presentation
Valerie Doze, “Interdependence of Vascular and Neural Stem Cells in the Embryonic Mouse Cortex”
College of Saint Benedict 
10:00 am Student Presentation
Isnala Roan Eagle, “Characterization of GAGE antigen expression in thirteen common breast cancer cell lines”
Cankdeska Cikana Community College
10:25 am Student Presentation
Colten Hondl, “The Responses of Arabidopsis to Acidic Salt Affected Soils”
Dickinson State University
10:50 am Student Presentation
Wendie Hasler, “Assessing the Health of Pollinator Communities in North Dakota”
University of North Dakota, Undergraduate Biology
11:15 am Student Presentation
Prakash Pathak, “Re-differentiation of cancer stem cells results in the reversal of gene expression patterns to the parental cell lines”
University of North Dakota, Undergraduate SMHS
11:40 am Student Presentation
Dakota S. Brown, “Analysis of tick associated bacterial diversity using Nanopore real-time sequencing”
Minot State University
12:05 pm - 1:00 pm Lunch and Networking  (First Floor East Atrium)
1:00 pm Student Presentation 
Joseph Angstman, "Host Infectivity of F1 subcluster bacteriophages with multiple Mycobacterium species hosts"
University of Mary
1:25 pm - 2:30 pm Professional School Admission for Undergraduates  (Auditorium E101)
(Medical and Graduate School)
Dr. Joyceln Dorscher, Associate Dean, Student Affairs and Admissions
1:25 pm - 2:30 pm ND INBRE Going Forward (Second Floor W203)
Faculty, EAC, IAC
2:30 - 5:00 pm Poster Session (Second Floor W202)
5:00 - 6:30 pm Dinner (Second Floor E222)
Speaker - Marc D. Basson, M.D., Ph.D., M.B.A., F.A.C.S., Senior Associate Dean for Medicine & Research
Translational Research

Sunday October 14, 2018

7:45 - 8:15 am Continental Breakfast (Fourth Floor outside W415)
8:15 am - Noon  Workshops (Fourth Floor Pathology labs)
  Boxed Lunches available at the end of the workshops. (Fourth Floor outside W415)
Western Blotting (20), Confocal Microscopy (20), qPCR (30), Immunohistochemistry (15),  Flow Cytometry (30)
Parentheses are maximum students per workshop.

All workshops are composed of a brief overview of the technique, an actual demonstration of all steps involved in the technique, and "hands-on" experience as time permits. All workshops can be expanded for an enhanced "hands-on" experience if requested by the partners of the ND INBRE on weekdays or weekends during the academic year.
Workshops will be filled with a 1st priority of one faculty member at each institution, followed by senior through freshman students at each institution. Individuals interested in the workshops should prioritize their choices since only one can be attended on Sunday.