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Circadian Rhythms of Temperature Entrainment in <i>Nematostella vectensis</i>
We have been investigating the circadian system of the sea anemone, <i>Nematostella vectensis</i> to determine if temperature can act as a temporal cue to the circadian clock. The animals’ locomotor ...
Investigation of the threshold photodynamic dose for HPPH-sensitized PDT of Panc-1 pancreatic cancer cells
Our research group at the College of Charleston has been working in collaboration with physicians at Mayo Clinic to develop a method of drug and light dosimetry for photodynamic therapy (PDT). We are studying Panc-1 ...
Paradigm Shift: Trauma Surgery in World War I
The appalling carnage of World War I forced a “paradigm shift” in trauma medicine. The idea of a paradigm shift is taken from Thomas Kuhn, who argued that science does not advance via slow, steady progress. ...
SOWING SUSTAINABILITY: Rice commodity pathways, NGOs, and farmers’ engagement with alternative agriculture in northeastern Thailand
Rice is the cornerstone for much of Thailand’s agricultural development, but moving from subsistence farming to commercial agriculture has greatly altered its role in the country’s northeast region. Particularly, ...
Sweetgrass Basket Stands under Siege
Glutamate Kinetics in a Middle Aged Mouse Model of Parkinson's Disease
GDNF, a known growth factor, is important for maintaining the health of dopamine (DA) neurons. Parkinson’s (PD) patients have a greatly decreased number of DA neurons in the substantia nigra (SN) while existing ...
Writing and Revision: Works of Fiction