Presentation

Academic

  • Loma Linda University (LLU) Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship Seminar. Speaker: “What Can I Do With a PhD?” Loma Linda, CA. (07/2019 - Present)

Poster

  • All abstracts above have been presented as poster and/or oral presentations. (10/2006 - 11/2019)

Research

  • ORAL PRESENTATIONS AT INTERNATIONAL MEETINGS:   1.  “Tuning electrical conduction along feed artery endothelium independent of gap junctions.” 3rd annual Smooth Muscle Underground Conference (SMUG). Westin Hotel, San Diego, CA. April 20, 2012.   2. Young Investigator Session: Aging impairs electrical conduction along endothelial tubes via activation of KCa channels by reactive oxygen species. Joint meeting of the British Microcirculation Society & the Microcirculatory Society, Inc. 2012. University of Oxford, UK. July 4th 2012.   3.  “Altered electrical reactivity of endothelial tubes with aging: Role of mitochondria and Ca2+-activated K+ channels.” Microcirculatory Society President's Symposium II: Rapid Fire Discussion of Novel Trends. Experimental Biology 2013. Boston, MA. April 20, 2013.   4. “Modulating Ca2+ entry into endothelial tubes by controlling membrane potential during muscarinic receptor activation.” Experimental Biology 2014. San Diego, CA. April 28, 2014. (04/2012 - 04/2014)
  • “Electrical coupling in microvascular endothelial cell tubes.” Department of Medical Pharmacology and Physiology. University of Missouri, Columbia, MO. May 17, 2011.“Integration of calcium & electrical signaling along microvascular endothelium” (February 27, 2014). Department of Biomedical Sciences, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO. (05/2011 - 02/2014)
  • “Integration of calcium & electrical signaling along endothelium of resistance arteries: new insights into cell physiology and cardiovascular function” (October 14, 2014). Basic Science Department, Loma Linda University School of Medicine. “Much more than a barrier: the arterial endothelium as an electrical organ” (November 3, 2016, Basic Science Seminar Series) & “Calcium and electrical signaling in arterial endothelial tubes: new insights into cellular physiology and cardiovascular function” (November 11, 2016, Center for Perinatal Biology Seminar Series). Loma Linda University, School of Medicine.   (10/2014 - 11/2016)
  • LLU Research Affairs Young Investigator’s Symposium (Chair: M. Samardzija). Four-member speaker panel: E. Behringer, J. Unternaehrer, N. Amin, & B. Hu. Loma Linda, CA. (03/2018 - Present)
  • LLU Basic Sciences Career Workshop I: Postdoctoral Research in Academia (IBGS 604/605 Special Seminar). Four-member speaker panel: E. Behringer, C. Wilson, D. Hessinger, and J. Unternaehrer. Loma Linda, CA (12/2018 - Present)
  • "Electrical signaling in endothelial cell tubes of resistance arteries: novel insights into microvascular function" (June 27, 2013) & “Membrane Potential” (June 28, 2013). Physiology & Pharmacology, Des Moines University, Des Moines, Iowa.  “Coordination of electrical signaling along microvascular endothelium: dual role of KCa channel activation” (December 11, 2013). Department of Pharmacology, Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana.“Integration of calcium & electrical signaling along arterial endothelium: new insights into cell physiology and cardiovascular function” (January 12, 2015). Experimental and Systems Pharmacology, Washington State University College of Pharmacy. “Impact of aging on calcium and electrical signaling in microvascular endothelium” (June 18, 2015). Ninth Annual Division of Aging Biology New Investigator’s Forum. NIH campus, Bethesda, MD. University of Arizona, Department of Physiology Seminar Series. Speaker: “More than a Barrier: The Endothelium as an Electrical Organ for Blood Flow Control”. Tucson, AZ (Zoom presentation). April 23, 2021 (Present - 06/2015)
  • University of Arizona, Department of Physiology Seminar Series. Speaker: “More than a Barrier: The Endothelium as an Electrical Organ for Blood Flow Control”. Tucson, AZ (Zoom presentation, 4/23/2021). (04/2021)