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2009-2010
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Semester 1

  1. 26 October 2009 - Malta Medical School Conference Presentations

    A novel AIP mutation in a Maltese subject with acromegaly – identification and functional analysis in a locally validated primary pituitary cell culture system.
    Mr Robert Formosa

    Igbp1 protein as a regulator of mTOR pathway and its role in Haemopoiesis.
    Mr Neville Borg - Abstract icon_pdf

  2. 16 November 2009 - Characterization of 2p translocations involving the IGΚ locus in B Cell Precursor Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia (BCP-ALL)
    Mr Roberto Avellino - Abstract icon_pdf

  3. 23 November 2009 - Candidate molecular regulators of developmental Globin Gene switching
    Mr Joseph Borg - Abstract icon_pdf

  4. 07 December 2009 - The effect of platelet-monocyte crosstalk on the monocyte transcriptome
    Dr Rosienne Farrugia - Abstract icon_pdf

  5. 14 December 2009 - Identification of polyphenols acting as inhibitors of amyloid beta-derived cellular damage
    Ms Rachael Cremona - Abstract icon_pdf

  6. 21 December 2009 - Quality concerns raised by the CHMP during European centralised Marketing Authorisation submissions for chemical entity medicinal products
    Dr John Joseph Borg

  7. 22 December 2009 - RNAi: Does size really matter in genomics?
    Mr Duncan Ayers - Abstract icon_pdf

  8. 04 January 2010 - Leukaemia cell differentiation with plant extracts
    Dr Pierre Schembri Wismayer

   

Semester 2
  

  1. 07 Februray 2010 - Mitochondrial NADPH, transhydrogenase and disease
    Prof. Jan Rydström

  2. 01 March 2010 - Identification of natural polyphenols and plant-derived extracts acting as inhibitors of lipid membrane destabilisation by amyloid beta peptide
    Ms Alison J. Gauci - Abstract icon_pdf

    Activation of globins:  the use of variants as allele markers
    Ms Charlene Apap -  Abstract icon_pdf

  3. 15 March 2010 - The sensitivity of mTOR signalling to Igbp1 negative feedback pathway with potential implications in leukemogenesis
    Mr Neville Borg

    The general practitioners approach to diagnosis, disclosure and management of dementia in the Maltese islands
    Ms Oana Caruana Pulpan - Abstract icon_pdf

  4. 12 April 2010 - Enhanced efficacy of bioactive compounds: targeting isoprenylation in cancer cells to mediate apoptosis
    Mr Mario Farrugia - Abstract icon_pdf

    Pneumococcal disease in the Maltese islands: a focus on drug-resistance and immunisation.
    Ms Anabel Abela - Abstract icon_pdf

  5. 26 April 2010 - In vitro investigation of anti-osteoporotic bioactivity of extracts from indigenous plants and whether these induce an oestrogen growth factor response
    Mr Kevin Vella -  Abstract icon_pdf

    Introduction of antimicrobial susceptibility testing to Campylobacter species and sub-species.
    Ms Chantelle S. Spiteri Fiteni  -  Abstract icon_pdf

  6. 06 May 2010 - Paediatric clinical pharmacokinetics; some answers to some difficult questions
    Prof. Paul Collier

  7. 07 May 2010 - Title to be announced
    Prof. Marieke von Lindern

  8. 10 May 2010 - A review of red cell use in surgery in Mater Dei Hospital: improved efficiency
    Mr Jesmond Debono - Abstract icon_pdf

    Evaluation of iron stores in Maltese blood donors using serum ferritin analysis
    Mr Rosric Spiteri - Abstract icon_pdf

  9. 17 May 2010 - Gender and access to medicines through the national health services
    Ms Fiona M. Galea

    The influence of μ opioid receptor gene polymorphisms on ligand-mediated signalling
    Ms Edwina M. Bajada

  10. 24 May 2010 - Drug-induced transcriptional regulation of the chemokine receptor 3 (CCR3) in eosinophils
    Mr Godwin Grech

    Identification of a gene causing febrile seizures
    Ms Claudia A. Farrugia

  


  


Venue:
Physiology Lecture Room, Biomedical Sciences Building, University of Malta

Time:  1500hrs to 1600hrs or as otherwise indicated

Note:  Seminar sessions which are being delivered by two presenters, will be allocated a total of 30 minutes per presenter, comprising 20 minutes for presentation and 10 minutes for discussion.
  

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