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2009-14 Posters

2014-October
Graduate Engineering Research Showcase
Samuel Ginn College of Engineering
Auburn University
Richard Cullum, Graduate Student
"A High-Throughput Screening Process for the
Discovery of Melanoma Chemotherapeutics
Targeted at the ErbB4 Receptor Tyrosine
Kinase"

2014-September
American Association for Cancer Research
Advances in Melanoma Biology and Therapy
Philadelphia, PA
Richard Cullum, Presenter
"A High-Throughput Screening Process for the
Discovery of Melanoma Chemotherapeutics
Targeted at the ErbB4 Receptor Tyrosine
Kinase"

2014-February
Alabama EPSCoR Research Forum
Montgomery, AL
Richard Cullum, Graduate Student
"A Screening Strategy for Partial Agonists 
Targeted at the ErbB4 Receptor Tyrosine Kinase"

2013-April
HSOP Research Forum
Auburn University
Richard Cullum, Presenter
"Development of Agents Targeted to the ErbB4
Receptor Tyrosine Kinase"

2012-July
American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy
Annual Meeting, Kissimmee, FL
David Riese, PI
"The ErbB4 Receptor Tyrosine Kinase is a Context-
Dependent Tumor Suppressor and Oncoprotein"

2011-February
Auburn University Harrison School of Pharmacy
Poster Session
Christopher Mill, Postdoc
"EGF Family Hormones, ErbB Family Receptors, 
and Tumor Cell Function"

2010-April
Purdue University DURI Poster Session
Laura Ades, Undergraduate Investigator
"Functional Analysis of Soluble and Cell-Associated 
EGFR Ligands Using EGFR Mutants Found in 
Non-Small Cell Lung Carcinoma"

2010-April
Purdue University DURI Poster Session
Sydney Lambert, Undergraduate Investigator
"Differential Intrinsic Activities of EGFR Ligands"

2010-April
Purdue University DURI Poster Session
Stacey Walters, Undergraduate Investigator
"ErbB4 and Tamoxifen Resistance In Breast Cancer"

2010-February
Amelia Breast Cancer Research Project Meeting
Indiana University School of Medicine
Indianapolis, IN
Christopher Mill, Graduate Student
"Functional Analysis of ErbB4 Receptor Tyrosine 
Kinase in Cancer: Oncogene or Tumor Suppressor?"

2009-December
Purdue University DURI Poster Session
Stacey Walters, Undergraduate Investigator
"Ethanol May Stimulate Breast Tumor Cell Invasiveness
Through The Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor"

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