? This workshop offers participants insights into creating a master plan for conservation education. The application deadline is March 15, 2016. The Gamma Omicron Chapter is trying something new for this year’s Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference. Moreover, the forum is truly international, with broad-based world-wide attendance. Our goal is to bring Alumni from across our region together for reunion, networking, and professional development in the form of ACPE-accredited CE programming. Brothers registered for the conference will be entitled to earn continuing education included with their registration – at no additional charge!
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Balish participated in NIH-funded grant research on antiviral drugs relating to human herpes virus infections of the eye also known as Herpetic Keratitis. While participating in the research, Dr.  recently showed that up to 140 CMV proteins are recognized by the T cell response. In addition, during his third year he was selected for a FDA Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience in the Centers for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER) in the Division of Pediatric Pharmacology. Moreover, we confirmed the results in a larger group of patients with CAEBV by comparing transcript levels. Balish also developed an interest in natural product isolation and drug discovery and refinement processes, as well as extemporaneous compounding of custom medications. However, proof for this assumption is lacking.
To approximate the mean time from study entry until reinfection with a new virus strain, we measured the time from the baseline study visit to the visit during which new antibody specificities were detected. The IE proteins affect transcriptional regulation from both cellular and viral promoters (reviewed in references48 and 51) and are involved in escape from immune surveillance (3, 27). In murine cytomegalovirus, the UL34 protein has been proposed to interact with protein kinase C which, in turn, should soften the nuclear lamina by phosphorylation (W. Transient transfection assays have demonstrated that cotransfection of pp71 with hDaxx has a synergistic effect on the activation of the HCMV MIEP (7). He received training in manufacturing GMP, scientific writing, USDA and FDA regulations, SOP writing, and corresponding quality control assay development and implementation. While working in industry doing research, Dr. For the Northern blot the probe was made from DNA fragments generated by PCR of viral DNA or cellular DNA.
Dr. Balish obtained his Bachelor of Science in Biology from Salisbury State University in 2000. Dr. Dr. Jeffrey Tingen received his Doctor of Pharmacy and Master of Business Administration from Campbell University in Buies Creek, North Carolina in 2009. MIT requested that he consider whether another college might be better for him. In 2000, Priscilla returned to HMS, taking the position of Professor of Medicine (Microbiology & Molecular Genetics), and establishing an active, productive laboratory in the Division of Infectious Diseases at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC).
Dr. Tingen is recognized by the Board of Pharmacy Specialties as a Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist (BCPS) and also a Board Certified Ambulatory Care Pharmacist (BCACP). Additionally, he is also a Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE). Dr. Tingen’s practice interests include diabetes management, population health, and providing clinical pharmacy services to underserved populations. Dr. Tingen is currently an ambulatory care clinical pharmacist with University of Virginia Health System in Charlottesville, Virginia where he works in a large academic family medicine clinic and performs chronic disease state management.
He also works with a large refugee patient population who receive care at his practice site and teaches within the Department of Family Medicine. Prior to joining University of Virginia Health System, he was a clinical assistant professor and ambulatory care clinical pharmacist with University of Michigan College of Pharmacy in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Dr. Lisa Booze is a certified Specialist in Poison Information (CSPI) and Clinical Coordinator at the Maryland Poison Center, a program of the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy. Lisa received her B.S. in Pharmacy and Doctor of Pharmacy degrees from the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy. She has been providing poison information and advice to Maryland Poison Center callers since 1979.
In her role as Clinical Coordinator, she develops and presents toxicology education programs for health professionals. Lisa is also co-coordinator of the Poison Center Surveillance for Chemical and Bioterrorism and Public Health Program, supported by the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Dr. Dave Booze earned his Bachelor of Science from the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy, and his Doctor of Pharmacy from the Shenandoah University School of Pharmacy. Dave has been a Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist since 2012. After an extensive career in Pharma focusing on drug development, drug information, and medical education, he currently serves as a clinical pharmacist at the University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center. His area of expertise is cardiovascular medicine.
Dave has presented well over 100 accredited continuing education programs for both pharmacists (ACPE) and medical professionals (ACCME) since 1992. He serves on the Maryland Poison Center Advisory Board and is also on the faculty for the Maryland Academy of Physician Assistants Scientific Sessions.