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Topic Authors / presenters Event name Event date
1. 9th International Workshop on Computational Neuropsychiatry, Munich Germany May, 2013
2. 4th Meeting of the International Advisory Board for Clinical Development in Alcohol Dependence, Rome Italy November, 2012
3. Chair of ISBRA Plenary Lecture 16th Congress of International Society for Biomedical Research on Alcoholism (ISBRA), Sapporo Japan September, 2012
4. 108th Annual Meeting of The Japanese Society of Psychiatry and Neurology, Sapporo Japan May, 2012
5. New genetic findings according to Lesch Typology” lecture; “Does addiction research need a paradigm shift?” lecture. European Society for Biomedical Research on Alcoholism, Vienna Austria. “Neurobiology of GHB in relation to alcohol dependence”, Symposium September, 2011
6. The biometric measurement of alcohol consumption RSA Scientific Meeting, Atlanta, GA June, 2011
7. A gourmet recipe: Mixing genetics, genomics and phenomics for candidate gene discovery CSU Integrated Systems Biology seminar November, 2010
8. From Alcohol Dependence Mechanisms to Meeting Therapeutic Needs SMO.IR Clinical Development in Alcohol Dependence Session 1 September, 2010
9. Symposium honoring Helena Stibler: the CDT Story ISBRA symposium September, 2010
10. Transcriptomics and Proteomics in Alcoholism NIAAA Workshop at the annual meeting of RSA June, 2010
11. A Systems Biology Approach to Understanding the Effects of Alcohol on the Brain RSA Satellite Symposium June, 2010
12. Alcohol Research is a Pain: How a medications development program for alcoholism developed a drug for chronic pain NIAAA Extramural Research Seminar April, 2010
13. Why do we want to know about your drinking and how can we find out? Seminar at the Laboratory of Clinical and Translational Studies January, 2010
14. Alcoholism and Depression: Possible Common Pathophysiology Joint Symposium of the Japanese Society for Psychiatric Research on Alcoholism(JSPRA) and Asia-Pacific Society for Alcohol and Addiction Research (APSAAR), Seoul, Korea November, 2009
15. Platelet Proteins as Markers for Hazardous/Harmful Alcohol Consumption RSA Symposium. San Diego, CA July, 2009
16. Forward and reverse genetic approaches in alcohol addiction research. ESBRA Symposium, Helsinki, Finland June, 2009
17. Genetical/genomics and phenomicsapproaches forunderstandingcomplex behaviors Boston University Bioinformatics Student-Organized Symposium, Boston, MA June, 2009
18. Sensitivity and Tolerance: A Genomic Analysis For Candidate Genes in Mice. RSA/ISBRA Symposium, Washington, DC July, 2008
19. Why Mice, Rats and Some Humans Drink Alcohol: A Neurobiologic/Genomics Perspective Mark Keller Honorary Lecture Series (NIAAA). Bethesda, MD October, 2007
20. Why Mice, Rats and Some Humans Drink. ESBRA Congress. Berlin, Germany. Keynote Speaker September, 2007
21. MAGIC-B: Gene Arrays, bQTLs, eQTLs, and Candidate Genes NIDA Addiction, Microarrays and Gene Discovery Workshop, Washington, DC May, 2007
22. Genetics of Alcoholism: Gene Expression, Informatics and Markers Department of Pathology, Grand Rounds, UCDHSC, Aurora, Colorado March, 2007
23. Drinking Alcohol: Genomic Discovery of Genetic Predisposition in Mice, Rats and Man INSERM/NIAAA Symposium. Paris, France January, 2007
24. Integrative Genomics of Alcoholism ACNP Symposium. Hollywood, FL December, 2006
25. Cyclic AMP Mechanisms in Stem Cell Survival and Depression CINP 2006 Symposium. Chicago, IL July, 2006
26. Predisposition to drink alcohol & develop tolerance: looking inside the brain through the window of gene expression ICAP Scientific Reviews Symposium. Boston, MA. Risks and Benefits of Moderate Alcohol Consumption. May, 2006
27. Why do mice (and some men and women) drink? A genetic/genomic analysis. Japanese Society for Biomedical Research on Alcoholism (JASBRA), Sapporo, Japan. Plenary Lecture March, 2006
28. Novel Medications for Alcoholism: From Basic Science to Therapeutics National Research Center on Addictions International Symposium, Moscow, Russia. November, 2005
29. Microarraying the brain: Insights into mental illness Regis College Seminar. Denver, Colorado February, 2005
30. The use of genetically modified mice and gene expression arrays to uncover the etiology of anxiety and depression Scientific Seminar. Basel, Switzerland September, 2004
31. “The WHO/ISBRA study on state and trail markers of alcohol use and dependence: back to the future” and “Alcohol tolerance in the 21st century: A tribute to Harold Kalant.” ISBRA Symposium. Heidelberg, Germany September, 2004
32. Etiologic implications of adenylyl cyclase in depression/anxiety/alcohol abuse. CINP Congress. Paris, France. Breaking Scientific News Session June, 2004
33. Complex genetics of interactions of alcohol and CNS function and behavior RSASymposium. Vancouver, Canada June, 2004
34. An International Study on Alcoholism Drug Abuse NIDA International Forum: Progress Through Collaboration, San Juan, Puerto Rico June, 2004
35. Signaling Depression Neuroscience Seminar Series, University of Cincinnati, College of Medicine March, 2004
36. Target Discovery and Medications Development for Addictions and Affective Disorders. Alcoholism Seminar, NURA, Inc., Seattle, Washington March, 2004
37. The Brain Signals for Depression and Alcoholism Chancellor’s Society Luncheon, UCHSC, School of Medicine March, 2004
38. WHO/ISBRA Study on State and Trait Markers: Recent Findings RSA/ISBRA Meeting, San Francisco, California. Presentation July, 2002
39. Patterns of Gene Expression in Brain of Transgenic and Selected Lines of Mice that Differ in Ethanol Tolerance RSA Symposium, San Francisco, California June, 2002
40. Glutamate Receptors: The A, N, and K of Alcoholism The Benedict J. Latteri Memorial Scientific Symposium on Ion Channels and Synaptic Transmittion, Bethesda, Maryland. Presentation May, 2002
41. Alcohol Sensitivity and Tolerance: It's what We Express That Matters Grand Rounds: University of Illinois, College of Medicine February, 2002
42. The Study of AC7 Transgenic and 'Wild-Type' Mice Winter Conference on Brain Research, Snowmass, Colorado January, 2002
43. Pathways to Addiction American Collece of Neuropsychopharmacology, Waikoloa, Hawaii. Panel: "Type 7 Adenylyl Cyclase as a Control Element in Drug Sensitivity and Tolerance;" Presentation December, 2001
44. Arraying Alcohol Tolerance University of North Carolina, Chapel Hills, North Carolina November, 2001
45. The Post-Genomic Analysis of Complications of Alcoholism Department of Pathology, UCHSC, Grand Rounds September, 2001
46. The Private Sector and the Scientific Community: A Hands-On or Hands-Off Relationship? Research Society on Alcoholism, Montreal, Canada. July, 2001
47. Expression Profiling and Ethanol Action: Molecular Patterns of Behavior. Research Society on Alcoholism, Montreal, Canada. "Using Gene Expression Array Analysis to Characterize the CNS of Genetically Altered Mice." Symposium July, 2001
48. Actions of Ethanol on Adenylyl Cyclase Isoforms and Protein Kinase C XXIIth International Congress of Pharmacology, Brussels, Belgium July, 2000
49. Phosphorylation Cascades Control Ethanol's Actions on Cell cAMP Signaling. International Symposium on Recent Advances in Biomedical Research on Alcoholism, Taipei, Taiwan July, 2000
50. Overview of the WHO/ISBRA Study on State and Trait Markers in Alcoholism International Society for Biomedical Research on Alcoholism Annual Meeting, Yokohama, Japan June, 2000
51. Cyclic AMP Signaling in Ethanol Sensitivity and Tolerance International Society for Biomedical Research on Alcoholism Annual Meeting, Yokohama, Japan June, 2000
52. Transgenic and Gene 'Knockout' Models in Alcohol Research International Society for Biomedical Research on Alcoholism Annual Meeting, Yokohama, Japan June, 2000
53. Alcohol Action on Central Nervous System: Alcohol Dependence: Mechanisms and Treatments APA Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL May, 2000
54. Glutamatergic Insult: Single and Multiple Withdrawals NIAAA, Kindling Workshop, Washington, D.C. April, 2000
55. Alcohol's Actions on the Brain NIAAA: Governors' Spouses Conference; Leadership to Keep Children Alcohol Free, National Conference, Washington, DC March, 2000
56. Adenylyl Cyclase, Alcohol's Actions, and Alcoholism University of Nebraska Medical School, Omaha, NE November, 1999
57. Dependence and Its Treatment: A Matter of Knowing the Right Channels American Society of Addicition Medicine, Washington DC November, 1999
58. Sensitivity and Tolerance: From the Simplistic to the Sublime Research Society on Alcoholism, Santa Barbara, CA June, 1999
59. Action on Central Nervous System: Alcohol Dependence: Mechanisms and Treatments European Society for Biomedical Research on Alcoholism, Barcelona, Spain June, 1999
60. Adenylyl Cyclase and Alcoholism: Making the Connection XIIIth International Congress of Pharmacology, München, Germany July, 1998
61. Multicenter Study of State/Trait Markers of Alcoholism International Society for Biomedical Research on Alcoholism, Copenhagen, Denmark June, 1998
62. Adenylyl Cyclase and Alcoholism: Making the Connection Research Society on Alcoholism, Charleston, SC. Tribute for Marcus Rothschild June, 1998
63. Adenylyl Cyclase and Alcoholism: Making a Connection Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC August, 1997
64. Genes and the Environment in Complex Diseases: A focus on Alcoholism National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD. NIAAA Conference April, 1997
65. Adenylyl Cyclase and Alcoholism: Making the Connection Bowman Gray School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC March, 1997
66. Adenylyl Cyclase and Alcoholism: Making a Connection Finch University of Health Sciences/The Chicago Medical School, Department of Neuroscience Distinguished Seminar Speaker March, 1997
67. Adenylyl Cyclase: Its Role in Alcohol Intoxication Tolerance and Predisposition to Alcoholism University of Umeå, Sweden September, 1996
68. Neuroadaptation in Ion Channels and Signal Transduction Systems as Determinants of Alcohol Tolerance and Physical Dependence MEDA-sponsored "Substance Abuse and Severe Mental Illness" Meeting, Gothenborg, Sweden. September, 1996
69. The role of ligand-gated ion channels as mediators of the effects of ethanol International Conference on "Neurochemistry and Pharmacology of Drug Addiction and Alcoholism," St Petersburg, Russia June, 1996
70. WHO/ISBRA multicenter study of state and trait markers of alcoholism: preliminary studies RSA/ISBRA Joint Scientific Meeting, Washington, DC. Symposium Lecture June, 1996
71. Animal Studies: Potential Mechanisms National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism-"Workshop on Tolerance," Indianapolis, IN November, 1995
72. Possible Role of Moderate Alcohol Consumption on the Physiological Responses of CNS International Life Sciences Institute-Europe "Extended Alcohol Task Force," Brussels, Belgium October, 1995
73. Phosphorylation Cross-Talk and Cellular Actions of Ethanol RSA Annual Meeting, Steamboat Springs, CO. Symposium Lecture June, 1995
74. Alcohol's actions on the neurotransmitter systems of brain and mechanisms of intoxication, tolerance, dependence and predisposition to alcoholism XI CongressoBrasileiro de Alcoolismo e OutrasDependencias, Belo Horizonte, Brazil May, 1995
75. Adenylyl cyclase and ethanol: relationships to alcoholism Medical University of South Carolina Neuroscience Colloquium Series, Charleston, SC May, 1995
76. NMDA Receptors and Alcohol Dependence National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism-Workshop on Ethanol and Ligand-Gated Ion Channels, Bethesda, MD April, 1995



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