Pathology Graduate Training Program
Cellular and Molecular Pathology (CMP) -
Current Graduate Students

Name: Joshua Jamison
Email: jaj64@pitt.edu
Lab Phone 412-624-8946
Mentor Name Alan Wells

Undergrad Education:
Name of school attended: University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff
Undergraduate degree: Biology, B.S.

Publications:

N/A

Abstracts:

  • J. A. Jamison, S. Hing, J. Kwong, J. Cohen, C. Butts, L. Myles, B. Girten. SURVIVABILITY AND MORATALITY OF C. ELEGANS IN LOW OXYGEN CONCENTRATIONS. Gravitational and Space Biology Bulletin 17(1) November 2003.
Poster presentations:
  • Jamison, J, Yu, J, Zhang, L.Puma up-regulation requires endogenous p73 during Serum Starvation. University of Pittsburgh Biomedical Graduate Student Association Research Symposium, 2008.
  • Jamison, J., Arany, I., Safirstein, R. Survival of TKPTS cells Might be Mediated by CCAAT/Enhancer Binding Protein/ERK/p21 Pathway. University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, BRIN Undergraduate Summer Research Program Poster Session 2004.

Presentation:

  • Jamison, J., Arany, I., Safirstein, R. Survival of TKPTS cells Might be Mediated by CCAAT/Enhancer Binding Protein/ERK/p21 Pathway. University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Minority Training Research Forum National Abstract Competition 2004.