Canterbury Health Research Conference
Friday Venue: Christchurch School of Medicine & Health Sciences, Riccarton Ave
Saturday venue: Chateau on the Park, 189 Deans Ave
Preliminary Program
Day One: Friday 26 August, Christchurch School of Medicine & Health Sciences
Time Event
“Corticotropin releasing factor (CRF) & urocortin receptors:
roles in stress and beyond”
Day Two: Saturday 27 August, Chateau on the Park
Gene and protein expression changes induced by chronic exposure to the antidepressant paroxetine 1 (Joint)
Adrenomedullin increases cardiac sympathetic nerve activity in normal conscious sheep Object working memory deficits predicted by early brain injury and development in the preterm infant Clinical and neurobehavioural outcomes of infants exposed to methadone during pregnancy Psychosocial and health profiles of pregnant women maintained on methadone: research issues and findings Predictors of maternal stress in the neonatal intensive care unit 2a (Parallel)
Coordinating respiration and nutritive swallowing in the first year of life Amino-terminal proCNP: a putative marker of growthplate activity in post natal growth Glial activation precedes neurodegeration in ovine Batten disease, begins during prenatal brain development, and spreads from specific foci associated with later symptoms Association of angiotensinogen M235T and T174M gene polymorphisms with mortality in heart failure Genetic polymorphisms as predictors of clinical outcome after acute myocardial infarction 2b (Parallel)
The Christchurch tissue bank: a biorepository for cancer research Role of NADPH oxidase – derived oxidants in neutrophil apoptosis Effects of ageing on liver sinusoid caveolin–1 expression Analysis of cells by atomic force microscopy Changes in gene expression and the role of the natriuretic peptides in cardiac development Ventricular gene expression changes during the development of cardiac hypertrophy in Npr-1 knockout mice 3a (Parallel)
Pitch and loudness effect on the electroglottographic measures in voice patients Outcomes of Christchurch early intervention for psychosis service A neurorehabilitation tool for off-road assessment of driving ability in subjects with brain disorders Model-based assessment of insulin resistance in broad populations Clinical trials of active and adaptive insulin and nutrition control to control hyperglycaemia in critically ill patients 3b (Parallel)
Modelling stochastic insulin sensitivity variability in critical care The responses of luteinising hormone to interacting peptides: A mathematical model Cyclosporin monitoring in kidney transplantation: is c2 really superior? Vitamin D analogues for the treatment of bone disease outcomes in chronic kidney disease: a systematic review The prevalence and genetic determinants of inflammatory bowel disease in Canterbury 4 (Joint)
Stability and instability in alcohol diagnoses in late adolescence and early adulthood Using gene therapy to activate paracetamol for anti-vascular treatment of cancer Vitamin C is essential for neutrophil apoptosis. Implications for the resolution of inflammation and death by scurvy 1600-1700 Closing remarks, drinks, prize giving


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