• William Pearce. "Maturational differences in the contributions of thick- and thin-filament reactivity to myofilament Ca2+ sensitivity in ovine cerebral arteries." Experimental Biology. Washington, D.C. (04/2007 - 05/2007)
  • William Pearce. "?Postnatal maturation increases the abundance, but decreases the specific activity of MLCK in ovine carotids." Experimental Biology. Washington, D.C. (04/2007 - 05/2007)
  • William Pearce. "Postnatal maturation enhances calcium influx, and reduces myofilament Ca++ sensitization in myogenic responses to cerebral artery stretch." Brain '07. Osaka, Japan (05/2007)


  • William Pearce. "Fetal cerebrovascular adaptation to chronic hypoxia." NICHHD Workshop on Fetal Oxygenation. Potomac, Maryland (08/2005)
  • William Pearce. "Cerebrovascular consequences of fetal hypoxia." Loma Linda University Annual Research Symposium. Loma Linda, CA (09/2005)
  • William Pearce. "The Cerebrovascular NO/cGMP/PKG Pathway: Why does it change so dramatically with postnatal age?." Departmental Seminar. Department of Physiology, School of Medicine, University of South Alabama, Mobile (09/2005)
  • William Pearce. "Strategies for federal funding success." Grantsmanship Workshop. Department of Biology, California State University at San Bernardino (10/2005)
  • William Pearce. "Age-dependent modulation of soluble guanylate cyclase activity by chronic hypoxia in ovine cranial arteries." Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting. Washington, D.C. (11/2005)
  • William Pearce. "Pharmacomechanical coupling in the immature cerebral circulation: How changes In contractility alter reactivity to hypoxia." Departmental Seminar. Department of Pediatrics, Case Western Reserve School of Medicine, Cleveland, Ohio (03/2006)
  • William Pearce. "Vascular neuroeffector maturation." International Symposium on Vascular Neuroeffector Mechanisms. Shanghai, China (06/2006)
  • William Pearce. "Chronic hypoxia and postnatal maturation alter isoform expression and specific activity of protein kinase G in ovine carotid arteries." Experimental Biology. Washington, D.C. (04/2007 - 05/2007)