DR. KATHLEEN HILL
Recent Seminar Presentations
Hill KA, How is Gene Therapy Helping with Vision Loss? Canadian National Institute for the Blind Ontario Division, London Advisory Committee for the Visually Impaired. London Public Library, Central Branch Wolf Performance Hall, November 21, 2009.
Hill KA, A murine research framework for study of human retinal degeneration and evaluation of current drug treatments. Grand Rounds: Department of Ophthalmology St Joeseph’s Hospital, London Ontario, January 21, 2009.
Hill KA, Thresholds for genotoxins and their application in risk assessment. European Environmental Mutagen Society Meeting Cavtat, Croatia, September 21 to 26, 2008 (invited workshop participant)
Hill KA, Mouse models of human aging-assoicated disease, Aging Globally and Locally: Seeing the Forest and the Trees. 38 th Annual Scientific and Educational Meeting October 23-26, 2008 The Canadian Association on Gerontology (CIHR-Institute of Aging’s keynote speaker ).
Hill KA, A Test of the Lipophilic Mutagen Hypothesis of Breast Cancer. Annual Meeting of the Environmental Mutagen Society, Atlanta, Georgia October 20 to 24, 2007 (invited oral presentation).
Hill KA. Issues in mutagenesis emerging from in vivo analysis of germline and somatic spontaneous mutations in human and mouse. Environmental and Occupational Toxicology Division seminar series Health Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, October 25, 2006 .
Hill KA. Spontaneous mutation load in germline and soma: A baseline for monitoring environmental mutagen exposures. The Genomic Revolution and The Origin of Humanity, Origins Institute, McMaster University Hamilton Ontario Canada August 3-5, 2006
Hill KA. Mutation Load Index. Helen Battle Lecture Series 2005. The Biology Undergraduate Student Society, The University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario November 22 2005 (invited speaker).
Hill KA, Issues in mutagenesis emerging from in vivo analysis of germline and somatic spontaneous mutations in human and mouse. International Congress on Environmental Mutagens (ICEM 2005), San Francisco, CA, September (invited speaker and symposium chair: DNA Damage and Mutational Specificity).
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