Posters and other presentaions using the Queens College Core Facility for Imaging, Cell and Molecular Biology

Last Update: July 20, 2011

110) S. Khan, D. Gutierrez, K. Werkeiser and N. Glickman Holtzman. 2011. Determining the requirement for VCAM-1 and ITGα4 interactions in epicardial development.
Poster presented by Sana at the Society for Developmental Biology 70th Annual Meeting in Chicago, IL on July 21-25, 2011.

109) C. Singleman and N. Glickman Holtzman. 2011. Zebrafish as a model to study cardiomyopathy.
Poster presented by Nathalia at the Society for Developmental Biology 70th Annual Meeting in Chicago, IL on July 21-25, 2011.

108) J. Ching, L. Musheyev, D. Chowdhury, J.A. Kim and J.J. Dennehy. 2011. Threshold for migration load revealed among bacteriophage populations evolving in an ecological sink.
Poster presented by John at the Gordon Research Conference on Microbial Population Biology at the Proctor Academy in Andover, NH on July 17-22, 2011.

107) N.J. Palmisano, J. Attonito, S. Khan and A. Meléndez. 2011. Molecular and genetic characterization of the suppressor of bec-1 lethality (sub) mutants.
Poster presented by Nick at the 18th International C. elegans Meeting at UCLA on June 22-26, 2011.

106) K. Ames and A. Meléndez. 2011. Autophagy is required in germ line differentiation in C. elegans.
Poster presented by Kristina at the 18th International C. elegans Meeting at UCLA on June 22-26, 2011.

105) S. Xiong and C. Savage-Dunn. 2011. Identification and characterization of phosphatases that regulate TGF-β signaling in C. elegans.
Poster presented by Sheng at the 18th International C. elegans Meeting at UCLA on June 22-26, 2011.

104) J. Yin, S. Teegala, E. Yzeiraj and C. Savage-Dunn. 2011. Regulation of gene expression by DBL-1/BMP.
Poster presented by Jinghua at the 18th International C. elegans Meeting at UCLA on June 22-26, 2011.

103) S. Quintana, M. Bell and S Boissinot. 2011. Investigation of intronic variation in threespine stickleback.
Poster presented by Surei at the Evolution 2011 conference hosted by the University of Oklamhoma in Norman, OK, June 17-21, 2011.

102) C.G. Penaloza, M. Norouzi, R.A. Lockshin and Z. Zakeri. 2011. Sex differences in neuronal stress response and energetics.
Poster presented by Melissa at The International Cell Death Society meeting in Cheiro de Mato, Brazil on June 10-13, 2011.

101) D. Han, C.G. Penaloza, G.M. Fimia, M. Piacentini, R.A. Lockshin and Z. Zakeri. 2011. Differential cellular survival and stress response with regard to sex.
Poster presented by Dinah at The International Cell Death Society meeting in Cheiro de Mato, Brazil on June 10-13, 2011.

100) S. Khan, D. Gutierrez, K. Werkeiser and N. Glickman Holtzman. 2011. Determining the requirement for VCAM-1 and ITGa4 interactions in epicardial development.
Poster presented by Sana at the 2011 Mid-Atlantic Society for Developmental Biology Meeting at the University of Pennsylvania on June 3-5, 2011.

99) E. Datan, F. Penaloza, D. Matassov, A. Shirazian, R.A. Lockshin and Z. Zakeri. 2011. Influenza A virus kills by apoptosis; and autophagy has a dual role in infection.
Poster presented by Emmanuel at the New York Cell Death Meeting at Rockefeller University in New York, NY on May 10, 2011.

98) J. Ching and J.J. Dennehy. 2011. Migration aids pathogen persistence.
Poster presented by Jane at the Northeast Regional Sigma Xi Undergraduate and Graduate Research Poster Conference on April 9, 2011 at Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY.

97) C. Singleman and N. Glickman Holtzman. 2011. Zebrafish as a model to study cardiomyopathy.
Poster presented by Corinna at the 2011 Northeast Society for Developmental Biology Regional Meeting at Woods Hole, MA on March 25-27, 2011.

96) O. Noel and N. Glickman Holtzman. 2011. Endocardial requirement for myocardial migration and heart tube formation.
Poster presented by Olivier at the 2011 Northeast Society for Developmental Biology Regional Meeting at Woods Hole, MA on March 25-27, 2011.

95) J. Li and J. Dennehy. 2011. Comparison of mortality of various phages upon exposure to copper.
Poster presented by Jinyu at QC Sigma Xi Poster Session on March 24, 2011.

94) E. Datan, F. Tapia-Ortiz, D. Matassov, A. Shirazian and Z. Zakeri. 2011. Influenza A virus infection commits to death by apoptosis or autophagy.
Poster presented by Emmanuel at QC Sigma Xi Poster Session on March 24, 2011.

93) L. Alvarez, N. Zali, P.H. Co, J. McLean and Z. Zakeri. 2011. NS4A of different Dengue strains behave similarly in cell protection via the induction of autophagy.
Poster presented by Lauren at QC Sigma Xi Poster Session on March 24, 2011.

92) P. Co and Z. Zakeri. 2011. DENV-2 NS4A regulates lipid metabolism to enhance viral replication.
Poster presented by Pierre at QC Sigma Xi Poster Session on March 24, 2011.

91) K. Ames and A. Meléndez. 2010. Autophagy is required in germ line differentiation in C. elegans.
Poster presented by Kristina in the ‘Nucleic Acid Metabolism and Function’ course (Biochemistry 85000) at the CUNY Graduate Center on December 17, 2010.

90) M. Tollis and S. Boissinot. 2010. Population genomics of LINE retrotransposon in Anolis carolinensis.
Poster presented by Marc at the 2010 Mid-Atlantic Transposon Meeting at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore, MD, on December 7, 2010.

89) F. Tapia-Ortiz, E. Datan, D. Matassov, A. Shirazian and Z. Zakeri. 2010. Influenza A virus induces death but virus production relies on chaperone-mediated autophagy and cathepsins. Poster presented by Fiorella at the Cell Press Symposium “Influenza: Translating basic insights” in Washington D.C. on December 2-4, 2010.

88) A. Goldman, N. Zali, D. Sangobanwo, P. Co, J. McLean and Z. Zakeri. 2010. Identification of autophagic cell death in Dengue virus serotype 1,2,3,4. Poster presented by Alain and Daniel at the Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students in Charlotte, NC, November 10-13, 2010.

87) L.R. Vega, A. Sookdeo and S. Boissinot. 2010. Molecular Evolution of the Dnmt3L Gene in Primates. Poster presented by Luis at the Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students in Charlotte, NC, November 10-13, 2010.

86) A. Tsiola. 2010. Core Facility for Imaging, Cellular & Molecular Biology: A facility for CUNY researchers at Queens College. Poster presented by Areti at the Northeast Regional Life Sciences Core Directors Meeting organized by U. Mass in Worcester, MA on October 27-29, 2010.

85) S. Singh and J.J. Dennehy. 2010. Density-dependent growth among Bacteriophage Ф8. B. Sun, K. Jhun, S. Singh, M.J. Johnson and J.J. Dennehy. 2010. Testing the fitness of the bacteriophage Ф6 host range mutants. [2 posters in one] Poster presented by Shalini at the 43rd Annual Fall Conference of the Metropolitan Association of College and University Biologists at Molloy College on October 23, 2010. One first prize.

84) A. Munarova and N. Glickman Holtzman. 2010. Role of endocardium in heart development in Zebrafish. Poster presented by Aida at at Undergraduate Research Day at QC on August 24, 2010.

83) C. Penaloza, D. Han, M. Norouzi, M-P. Payen and Z. Zakeri. 2010. Differences in oxidative stress response in primary cell cultures. Poster presented by Dinah Han at Undergraduate Research Day at QC on August 24, 2010.

82) M. Tollis and S. Boissinot. 2010. Population genomics of LINE retrotransposon in Anolis carolinensis. Poster presented at QC Science Day on August 23, 2010.

81) A.M. Nugent, T. Bissoondial and T.W. Short. 2010. Developing a system for stable transformation of Ceratopteris richardii to examine the role of CrPP2A in photomorphogenesis. Poster presented by Anna at ‘Plant Biology 2010’ meeting of the American Society of Plant Biologists in Montreal, Canada July 31-August 4, 2010.

80) C. Mendiguren and S. Boissinot. 2010. High level of variation at the AVPR1a gene in baboons. Poster presented by Carolina at ‘Evolution 2010’ meeting in Portland, OR, June 25-29, 2010.

79) L.M. Alvarez and S Boissinot. 2010. Population genetics of the baboon species complex using nuclear polymorphisms. Poster presented by Lauren at ‘Evolution 2010’ meeting in Portland, OR, June 25-29, 2010.

78) J. Carpino, P. Novick and J.J. Dennehy. 2010. Phage Phinding in the City: Training Phage Hunters at Queens College. Poster presented by John at HHMI, June 2010.

77) J.J. Dennehy. 2010. Bacteriophages in biological education and research. Poster presented by John at NSF, June 2010.

76) O.F. Noel and N. Glickman Holtzman. 2010. Endocardial-Myocardial interactions direct cardiac morphogenesis. Poster presented by Olivier at the 2010 Mid-Atlantic Society for Developmental Biology Meeting at Johns Hopkins, Baltimore, MD, June 4-5, 2010.

75) C. Singleman and N. Glickman Holtzman. 2010. Zebrafish as a model to study cardiomyopathy. Poster presented by Corinna at the 2010 Mid-Atlantic Society for Developmental Biology Meeting at Johns Hopkins, Baltimore, MD, June 4-5, 2010.

74) F. Tapia-Ortiz, E. Datan, D. Matassov, A. Shirazian and Z. Zakeri. 2010. Deficiency in autophagy delays cell death induction of Influenza A. Poster presented by Fiorella at the International Cell Death Society Symposium on “Multidisciplinary Approaches in Cell Death Research: From Yeast to Man” in Kemer-Antalya, Turkey, May 28-31, 2010.

73) C. Penaloza, D. Han, M. Norouzi, M-P. Payen and Z. Zakeri. 2010. Male and female cells produce and metabolize Ros in a sex-specific manner. Poster presented by Melissa at the International Cell Death Society Symposium on “Multidisciplinary Approaches in Cell Death Research: From Yeast to Man” in Kemer-Antalya, Turkey, May 28-31, 2010.

72) C. Penaloza and Z. Zakeri. 2010 Sex matters: Male and female cells regulate stress response genes in a sex-dependent manner. Poster presented by Carlos at the International Cell Death Society Symposium on “Multidisciplinary Approaches in Cell Death Research: From Yeast to Man” in Kemer-Antalya, Turkey, May 28-31, 2010.

71) O.F Noel and N. Glickman Holtzman. 2010. Drug-induced endocardium defects may affect the myocardium in zebrafish. Poster presented by Olivier at an American Heart Association research symposium at Mt. Sinai School of Medicine, April 22, 2010.

70) A. Ruck, J. Attonito, L. Nuñez, Z. Rubel, B. Grant, K. Nguyen, L. Sun, D.H. Hall and A. Meléndez. 2010. Role of bec-1 in autophagy and endocytosis in C. elegans. Poster presented by Alicia at a Gordon Research Conference on ‘Autophagy In Stress, Development & Disease’ in Lucca (Barga), Italy, April 25-30, 2010.

69) B.J. Kiernan, E.M. Smoak, K. Server, K.R. Fath and I.A. Banerjee. 2010. Fabrication of gelatin and gelatin-silica nanopatricles on peptide based nanotubes and their applications. Poster presented by Evan at the American Chemical Society Spring 2010 National Meeting & Exposition, San Francisco, CA, March 21-25.

68) S. Rabbanifar, E.M. Smoak, I.A. Banerjee and K.R. Fath. 2010. Copper-based nanoparticles as antibacterial agents. Poster presented by Samira and Karl at the American Chemical Society Spring 2010 National Meeting & Exposition, San Francisco, CA, March 21-25.

67) J. Paez, S. Eccles, M. Nasimi, M. Yakubov and J.C. Brumberg. 2010. Blood vessels in the brain: Who is the master and who is the slave? Poster presented by Stephanie and Mohiba at QC Sigma Xi Poster session, March 18, 2010.

66) C. Penaloza, D. Han, M. Norouzi, M-P. Payen and Z. Zakeri. 2010. Sex differences in oxidative stress response in primary cell cultures. Poster presented by Dinah, Melissa, Marie-Pierre at QC Sigma Xi Poster session, March 18, 2010.

65) C. Penaloza, B. Estevez and Z. Zakeri. 2010. Sex and DNA methylation: How are sex differences regulated? Poster presented by Carlos at QC Sigma Xi Poster session, March 18, 2010.

64) D. Gutierrez and N. Holtzman. 2010. Zebrafish as a model system to characterize epicardial development of the vertebrate. Poster presented by Deanna at QC Sigma Xi Poster session, March 18, 2010.

63) Y.M. Shin, T. Bissoondial and T.W. Short. 2010. Deciphering the role of the Phytochrome Phy4A gene in the fern Ceratopteris richardii. Poster presented by Yeong Mi at QC Sigma Xi Poster session, March 18, 2010.

62) A.M. Nugent, T. Bissoondial and T.W. Short. 2010. Developing a stable system for transformation of Ceratopteris richardii to examine the role of CrPP2A in photomorphogenesis. Poster presented by Anna at QC Sigma Xi Poster session, March 18, 2010.

61) J. Li and J.J. Dennehy. 2010. Differential bacteriophage mortality on exposure to copper. Poster presented by Jinyu at QC Sigma Xi Poster session, March 18, 2010.

60) O.F. Noel and N. Glickman Holtzman. 2010. Drug induced endocardium defects also affects the myocardium of the heart in zebrafish. Poster presented by Olivier at QC Sigma Xi Poster session, March 18, 2010.

59) A. Munarova, S. Lam, K. Morgan and N. Glickman Holtzman. 2010. Role of endocardium in heart development in Zebrafish. Poster presented by Aida at QC Sigma Xi Poster session, March 18, 2010.

58) Y. Choi, L. Musheyev, D. Chowdhury, J.A. Kim and J.J. Dennehy. 2010. Migration speeds adaptation of bacteriophage populations evolving on a novel host. Poster presented by Yoon at QC Sigma Xi Poster session, March 18, 2010.

57) A. Ruck, J. Attonito, L. Nuñez, Z. Rubel, K. Nguyen, L. Sun, D.H. Hall and A. Meléndez. 2010. Role of bec-1 in autophagy and endocytosis in C. elegans. Poster presented by Alicia at Keystone Symposium on ‘Metabolism and Cancer Progression’ in Vancouver, Canada, March 12-17, 2010.

56) F. Tapia-Ortiz, E. Datan, D. Matassov, A. Shirazian and Z. Zakeri. 2009. Deficiency in autophagy delays cell death induction of Influenza A. Poster presented by Fiorella at the ‘Peach State LSAMP’ conference in Fort Valley, GA, November 12-14, 2009.

55) E. Datan, Z. Zakeri, J. McLean, A. Shirazian, D. Matassov, F.T. Ortiz and S. Poyaei-Mayer. 2009. Activation and role of apoptosis and autophagy during influenza infection. Poster presented by Emmanuel at the Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students in Phoenix, AZ, November 4-7, 2009.

54) M-P. Payen, C. Penaloza and Z. Zakeri. 2009. Sex differences in oxidative stress response in primary cell cultures. Poster presented by Marie-Pierre at the Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students in Phoenix, AZ, November 4-7, 2009.

53) J. Giraldo-Ramirez and S. Boissinot. 2009. Neutral nuclear variation in baboons. Poster presented by Juliana at the Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students in Phoenix, AZ, November 4-7, 2009.

52) R. Fikes and S. Boissinot. 2009. Molecular evolution and population genetics of the anti-viral OAS1 gene in baboons. Poster presented by Ron at the Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students in Phoenix, AZ, November 4-7, 2009.

51) L.R. Vega, A. Sookdeo and S. Boissinot. 2009. Molecular evolution of the Dnmt3L gene in primates. Poster presented by Luis at the Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students in Phoenix, AZ, November 4-7, 2009.

50) V. Young, A. Ruck and A. Meléndez. 2009. The cellular focus of the C. elegans bec-1 autophagy gene. Poster presented by Verona at the Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students in Phoenix, AZ, November 4-7, 2009.

49) J. McLean, G. Surpris and Z. Zakeri. 2009. Dengue and Modoc NS4B gene inhibits the Type I interferon response. Poster presented by Guy at Undergraduate Research Conference at Queens College, October 2, 2009.

48) M-P Payen and Z. Zakeri. 2009. Sex differences in oxidative stress response in primary cell cultures. Poster presented by Marie-Pierre at Undergraduate Research Conference at Queens College, October 2, 2009.

47) M. Tollis and S. Boissinot. 2009. Population genetics of transposable elements in the green anole (Anolis carolinensis). Poster presented by Marc at ‘2009 Anolis Symposium’ at Harvard U., October 2-4.

46) B. Estevez, C. Penaloza and Z. Zakeri. 2009. Exploring the the molecular basis of sex dependant gene expression. Poster presented by Brian at Kingsborough Community College, July 30, 2009.

45) A. Munarova, S. Lam and N. Glickman Holtzman. 2009. Endocardial requirements for myocardial morphogenesis. Poster presented by Nathalia at the Society for Developmental Biology 68th Annual Meeting in San Francisco, CA, July 23-27, 2009.

44) J. Yin, E. Yzeiraj, L. Yu and C. Savage-Dunn. 2009. SMA-9 mediates regulation of DBL-1/BMP target genes. Poster presented by Jinghua at the 17th International C. elegans meeting at UCLA, June 24-28, 2009.

43) L. Nunez, M. Jansen, L. Tolen and A. Meléndez. 2009. Role of autophagy in daf-2-mediated fat metabolism, dauer formation and longevity. Poster presented by Liz at the 17th International C. elegans meeting at UCLA, June 24-28, 2009.

42) J. Attonito, S. Khan, Z. Rubel, L. Tolen, and A. Meléndez. 2009. Genetic analysis of sub-1 and sub-2, two suppressors of bec-1 dependent lethality. Poster presented by Sana at the 17th International C. elegans meeting at UCLA, June 24-28, 2009.

41) A. Ruck, J. Attonito and A. Meléndez. 2009. Role of bec-1 in autophagy and endocytosis in C. elegans. Poster presented by Alex at the 17th International C. elegans meeting at UCLA, June 24-28, 2009.

40) T. Goodman and E.J. Fjerdingstad. 2009. Evolution of social insect mating strategies - patterns of polyandry in Austrian Lasius niger ants. Poster presented by Tamara at the Evolution 2009 meeting in Idaho, June 12-16, 2009.

39) M. Tollis and S. Boissinot. 2009. Population genetics of transposable elements in the green anole (Anolis carolinensis). Poster presented by Marc at the Evolution 2009 meeting in Idaho, June 12-16, 2009.

38) L.M. Alvarez and S. Boissinot. 2009. Identification of polymorphic LINE-1 insertions in the genus Papio. Poster presented by Lauren at 2009 Annual Meeting of the Society for Molecular Biology and Evolution, Iowa City, June 3-7 and at the Evolution 2009 meeting in Idaho, June 12-16, 2009.

37) J. McLean, A. Wudzinska, E. Datan, M. Sahli and Z. Zakeri. 2009. Flavivirus NS4A activity leads to protection against cell death during infection. Poster presented by Aleksandra at The International Cell Death Society Symposium on “Cell Death in Infectious Diseases and Cancer”, Johannesburg, South Africa, June 5-8, 2009.

36) E. Yzeiraj, J. Yin and C. Savage-Dunn. 2009. Regulation of collagen gene expression by the DBL-1 TGF- β signaling pathway. Poster presented by Edlira at Northeast Regional Developmental Biology Conference at MBL (Woods Hole, MA), April 24-26, 2009.

35) J.J. Dennehy, N.A. Friedenberg, R.C. McBride, R.D. Holt and P.E. Turner. 2009. Genetic variation drives source-sink evolution in pathogen emergence. Poster presented by John at Center for Biodiversity and Conservation's 14th annual symposium, "Exploring the Dynamic Relationship Between Health and the Environment" at the American Museum of Natural History, April 2, 2009.

34) T. Goodman and E. Fjerdingstad. 2009. Evolution of multiple mating by social insect queens: patterns of paternity in Austrian Lasius niger ants. Poster presented by Tamara at Sigma Xi Research Poster Presentation at Queens College, March 26, 2009.

33) A. Nugent, T. Bissondial and T.W. Short. 2009. Examining the role of CrPP2A in Ceratopteris richardii photomorphogenesis using in situ hybridization and transformation. Poster presented by Anna at Sigma Xi Research Poster Presentation at Queens College, March 26, 2009.

32) J. McLean, A. Wudzinska, E. Datan, M. Sahli, G. Surpris and Z. Zakeri. 2009. Flavivirus NS4A activity leads to protection against cell death during infection. Poster presented by Emmanuel at Sigma Xi Research Poster Presentation at Queens College, March 26, 2009.

31) F. Tapia-Ortiz, H. Drake, S. Pooyaei, S. Croll and Z. Zakeri. 2009. Examining the involvement of MAPK signaling in mediating cell death pathways induced by Influenza in MEFs. Poster presented by Fiorella at Sigma Xi Research Poster Presentation at Queens College, March 26, 2009.

30) T. Sikder, M. Norouzi, C. Penaloza and Z. Zakeri. 2009. Antioxidant role of estrogen is sex dependent. Poster presented by Tamjeed and Melissa at Sigma Xi Research Poster Presentation at Queens College, March 26, 2009.

29) M. Corley and E. Fjerdingstad. 2009. Evolution of queens mating strategies in the ant Lasius Niger – Genetic studies on populations from Ireland and southern France. Poster presented by Maggie at Sigma Xi Research Poster Presentation at Queens College, March 26, 2009.

28) L. M. Alvarez and S. Boissinot. 2009. Identification of Polymorphic LINE-1 Insertions in the genus Papio. Poster presented by Lauren at the FG LSAMP (Louis Stoke Alliance for Minority Participation) 2009 Expo in Math and Sciences at the University of Miami, February 27th - March 1st, 2009. Also, presented by Lauren at Sigma Xi Research Poster Presentation at Queens College, March 26, 2009.

27) R. Fikes and S. Boissinot. 2009. Molecular evolution and population genetics of the anti-viral OAS1 gene in baboons. Poster presented by Ron in FL, January 2009. (LSAMP (Louis Stokes Alliances for Minority Participation) conference?)

26) A. Greenbaum, D. Burns, and N. G. Holtzman. 2008. Animating early myocardiogenesis in zebrafish. Poster presented by Aliza at the Queens College Undergraduate Research Poster Session, September 26, 2008.

25) S. Pasricha-Katyal and N. Holtzman. 2008. Development of coronary vessels in zebrafish.(Abstract title: Studying the formation of coronary vessels in zebrafish.) Poster presented at the Queens College Undergraduate Research Poster Session, September 26, 2008.

24) R. Fikes and S. Boissinot. 2008. Molecular evolution and population genetics of the anti-viral OAS1 gene in primates. (Abstract title: Evolution of the anti-viral OAS1 gene in baboons.) Poster presented at the Queens College Undergraduate Research Poster Session, September 26, 2008.

23) J. Giraldo-Ramirez, L. Alvarez, S. Boissinot, and C. Tuaillon. 2008. Parasitic load variation in a baboon hybrid zone. Poster presented at the Queens College Undergraduate Research Poster Session, September 26, 2008.

22) E. N. Blass, M. Bell, and S. Boissinot. 2008. The diversity of retrotransposons in Gasterosteus aculeatus. Poster presented at the Queens College Undergraduate Research Poster Session, September 26, 2008.

21) J. Attonito, S. Khan, A. Ruck, L. Nuñez, Z. Rubel, L. Tolen, and A. Meléndez. 2008. Genetic analysis of bec-1 in C. elegans development. Poster presented at the Queens College Undergraduate Research Poster Session, September 26, 2008.

20) L. Alvarez and S. Boissinot. 2008. Identification of polymorphic LINE-1 insertions in the genus Papio. Poster presented at the Queens College Undergraduate Research Poster Session, September 26, 2008.

19) A. Munarova and N. Glickman Holtzman. 2008. Understanding the role of the endocardium in shaping the heart. Poster presented at the Queens College Undergraduate Research Poster Session, September 26, 2008.

18) J. McLean, D. Matassov, E. Datan, M. Sahli, and Z. Zakeri. 2008. Influenza A Virus manipulates cellular Bax and Bak during infection. Poster presented by Jeff at the "International Cell Death Society's 7th Symposium: Targeting Cell Death Pathways for Human Diseases" in Shanghai, China June 6-9, 2008.

17) T. Y. Bissoondial, A. Mohamed, R. Schnur, V. Trivigno, and T.W. Short. 2008. RNAi of phytochromes alters Ceratopteris richardii photomorphogenesis. Poster presented by Tim at the Plant Photobiology meeting/25th Annual Missouri Plant Biology Symposium, May 2008.

16) L. Núñez and A. Meléndez. 2008. Determining the role of bec-1 in dauer development. Poster presented by Lizbeth at Queens College spring 2008.

15) B. Estevez, C. Penaloza, and Z. Zakeri. 2008. Developmental and sex biased regulation of Cyp7b1 gene expression. Poster presented by Brian at the Queens College Sigma Xi poster session May 2008.

14) K. Werkheiser, N. Mashriqi, S. Lam, and N. Holtzman. 2008. Developing a model for the timing and migration of the proepicardial organ (PEO) in Zebrafish. Poster presented by Kevin at the Northeast Regional Developmental Biology (NESDB) at Woods Hole, MA during April 24-27, 2008.

13) M. M. Henricus, K. R. Fath, R. L. Spear, M. Z. Menzenski, and I. A. Banerjee. Preparation of biocompatible self-assembled tubular structures that mimic bone matrices. Poster presented by Marsi(yana) Henricus at the 21st Annual International Symposium of the Center for Study of Gene Structure & Function: Frontiers of Nanotechnology & Biotechnology: Integration and Invention at Hunter College, CUNY, on January 18, 2008.

12) C. P. Avanzato, M. M. Henricus, K. R. Fath and I. A. Banerjee. Preparation of metal oxide nanocomposites and their applications. Poster presented by Christopher Avanzato at the 21st Annual International Symposium of the Center for Study of Gene Structure & Function: Frontiers of Nanotechnology & Biotechnology: Integration and Invention at Hunter College, CUNY, on January 18, 2008.

11) C. Singleman and N. Glickman Holtzman. Zebrafish as a model to study pediatric cardiomyopathy. Poster presented by Corinna. Keystone Symposia Jan 13-18, 2008 in Cooper Mountain, CO. Session: Pathological and physiological regulation of cardiac hypertrophy.

10) C. Penaloza, L. Zambrana, S. Orlanski, B. Estevez, T. Sikder and Z. Zakeri. Sex dimorphic estrogen regulated cell death. Poster presented at The 7th International Cell Death Symposium "Programmed Cell Death", Cold Spring Harbor, NY September 2007 by Lester and Carlos.

9) T. Y. Bissoondial, V. Trivigno and T.W. Short. The photobiology of phytochromes in Ceratopteris richardii. Poster presented by Vincent at the Queens College Undergraduate Research Poster Session (SPUR), September 19, 2007.

8) B. Estevez, T. Sikder, C. Penaloza and Z. Zakeri. Developmentally regulated sex differences in gene expression. Poster presented at the Queens College Undergraduate Research Poster Session, September 19, 2007.

7) S. Lam and N. Holtzman. Subepicardium development and coronary blood vessel patterning in Danio rerio. Poster presented at the Queens College Undergraduate Research Poster Session, September 19, 2007.

6) C. Penaloza, S. Orlanski and Z. Zakeri. Hormonal effect on sexually dimorphic cellular behavior. Poster presented at the Queens College Undergraduate Research Poster Session, September 19, 2007.

5) C. Singleman and N. Glickman Holtzman. Zebrafish growth and cardiac maturation. Poster presented at the Queens College Undergraduate Research Poster Session, September 19, 2007.

4) L. Zambrana, C. Penaloza, and Zahra Zakeri. Alcohol dehydrogenase (ADH) is differentially expressed in tissues with regards to its sex. Poster presented at the Queens College Undergraduate Research Poster Session, September 19, 2007.

3) A. Tsiola. Core Facility for Imaging, Cellular & Molecular Biology: A facility for CUNY researchers at Queens College. Poster presented by Areti at Sigma Xi Research Poster Presentations event at Queens College, March 2007.

2) P. Courtney, K. Werkheiser, and N. Glickman Holtzman. Endocardial-myocardial interactions pattern the cardiac lumen and direct cardiac morphogenesis. Poster presented by Nathalia at Developmental Biology Gordon Conference, June 2007.

1) C. Singleman, E. Glicksman, A. Khan, and N. Glickman Holtzman. Identifying the epicardium in zebrafish. Poster presented at SPUR 2006, Queens College.