Theses in 1994

Theses in 1994

PhD
K.R. Huxlin Effect of collicular factor on the development and regeneration of rat retinal ganglion cells (supervised by A.E. Sefton). Pass (no grade given for higher degree theses)
S. Karunanithi The role of ATP in somatic and sympathetic neuromuscular transmission (supervised by M.R. Bennett, N.A. Lavidis). Pass (no grade given for higher degree theses)
K.A. Nichol The regulation of retinal ganglion cell numbers during development (supervised by M.R. Bennett). Pass (no grade given for higher degree theses)
D.L. Smith Transcriptional regulation of the human renin gene (supervised by B.J. Morris). Pass (no grade given for higher degree theses)
R.Y.L. Zee Cross-sectional and linkage analyses of candidate genes in essential hypertension (supervised by B.J. Morris). Pass (no grade given for higher degree theses)

BMedSc(Hons)
J. Cha The role of the peripheral membrane 43k protein in the development of muscle nicotinic acetylcholine receptor clusters (supervised by W.D. Phillips). 1st Class; Colin Dunlop Prize (shared)
M.A. Hakim The role of nitric oxide in synaptic integration of renal sympathetic control (supervised by R.A.L. Dampney). 1st Class; Colin Dunlop Prize (shared)
D. Ireland A patch-clamp study of regulation of ion transport in mouse mandibular intralobular duct cells (supervised by D.I. Cook). 1st Class
R. James The development and evaluation of adynamic culture system for the study of vascular cells (supervised by B.S.Gow). 2nd Class, Div. 1
L.G. Sieber Evolution of vertebrate jaw muscle (supervised by J.F.Y. Hoh). 2nd Class, Div. 1
A.L. Stephen The SA gene and essential hypertension (supervised by B.J. Morris). 2nd Class, Div. 1
M. Theodorou The role of nitric oxide on synaptic transmission in the guinea-pig vas deferens (supervised by N.A. Lavidis). 2nd Class, Div. 1
M. Watson Volumetric studies on sheep parotid and mouse mandibular endpieces (supervised by D.I. Cook). 2nd Class, Div. 1
A. Widin The role of potassium and calcium channels in mouse early embryos (supervised by D.I. Cook). 2nd Class, Div. 1

BSc(Hons)
T. Chan Structure and function of horizontal cells in the primate retina (supervised by P.R. Martin). 2nd Class, Div. 1

BSc(Med)(Hons)
N. Barrett Neuroanatomy of working memory and attention: Study using position emission tomography (supervised by A.E. Sefton, B. O'Sullivan). 1st Class
A.J. Johnston The spatio-temporal pattern of synapse formation in the superior colliculus of perinatal albino rats (supervised by B. Dreher, A.E. Sefton). 1st Class
S. Koh The VALIGN=TOP human vascular smooth muscle cell: Effect of cyclic stretch and attachment factors on morphology and function (supervised by B.S. Gow). 1st Class