Poster Awards Competition Finalists

Predoctoral/graduate Finalists

  • ARE OATP1B1, OATP2B1, OATP1B3 AND NTCP TRANSPORTERS EXCLUSIVELY EXPRESSED IN THE PLASMA MEMBRANE OF TRANSPORTER-EXPRESSING CELLS?
    Vineet Kumar, University of Washington
     
  • IDENTIFICATION AND EVALUATION OF CLINICAL SUBSTRATES OF ORGANIC ANION TRANSPORTING POLYPEPTIDES 1B1 AND 1B3
    Savannah J. McFeely, University of Washington
     
  • PH SENSING MECHANISM OF HUMAN EQUILIBRATIVE NUCLEOSIDE TRANSPORTER 3 INVOLVED IN MITOCHONDRIAL TRANSPORT OF NUCLEOSIDE ANALOG DRUGS
    Md Fazlur Rahman, The Ohio State University
     
  • A THOROUGH CHARACTERIZATION OF SUBCELLULAR LOCALIZATION AND EVALUATION OF THE IMPACT OF PROCESSING VARIABLES ON RECOVERY AND ENRICHMENT OF DRUG METABOLIZING ENZYMES DURING SUBCELLULAR FRACTIONATION
    Marc Vrana, University of Washington
     
  • IMPROVED PREDICTION OF CLINICAL DRUG-DRUG INTERACTIONS USING A NOVEL NUMERICAL METHOD FOR EVALUATION OF TIME-DEPENDENT INHIBITION OF CYTOCHROME P450
    Jaydeep Yadav, Temple University
     
  • IDENTIFICATION OF THE AMINO ACID RESIDUE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FLAVONOID SENSITIVITY OF HUMAN PROTON-COUPLED FOLATE TRANSPORTER
    Takahiro Yamashiro, Nagoya City University

Postdoctoral Finalists

  • TRANSPORTER EXPRESSION IN NON-CANCEROUS AND CANCEROUS LIVER TISSUE FROM SUBJECTS WITH HEPATOCELLULAR CARCINOMA AND CHRONIC HEPATITIS C INFECTION QUANTIFIED BY LC-MS/MS PROTEOMICS
    Sarah F Billington, University of Washington
     
  • PYRIDYLOXOBUTYL, PYRIDYLHYDROXYBUTYL AND METHYL DNA PHOSPHATE ADDUCT FORMATION IN RATS DUE TO METABOLIC ACTIVATION OF 4-(METHYLNITROSAMINO)-1-(3-PYRIDYL)-1-BUTANONE
    Bin Ma, University of Minnesota
     
  • MECHANISMS OF CYP3A INDUCTION DURING PREGNANCY: STUDIES IN HEPARG CELLS
    Madhav Sachar, University Of Washington
     
  • IN VITRO TO IN VIVO TRANSLATION OF OATP-MEDIATED DRUG-DRUG INTERACTIONS IN CYNOMOLGUS MONKEY
    Ayşe Ufuk, University of Manchester
     
  • COMPARISON OF PROTEOMIC QUANTIFICATION APPROACHES: TARGETED VERSUS MULTIPLEXED GLOBAL QUANTITATION OF HEPATIC DRUG TRANSPORTERS
    Anna Vildhede, Pfizer Inc.
     
  • AN LC-MS/MS PROTEOMICS BASED METHODOLOGY TO SIMULTANEOUSLY EVALUATE THE RECOVERY, ENRICHMENT AND PURITY OF MICROSOMAL AND CYTOSOLIC FRACTIONS ISOLATED FROM TISSUES FOR IN VITRO DRUG METABOLISM STUDIES
    Meijuan Xu, University of Washington

At the meeting, judges will visit each finalist poster presentation. Judges will interview the poster authors and evaluate the candidates and presentation based on the following criteria:

  1. Significance of research problem
  2. Experimental approach
  3. Soundness of conclusions
  4. Clarity of presentation

Prizes will be given for 1st, 2nd and, 3rd place in predoctoral/graduate student competition and 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place in postdoctoral research competition.