Yvonne G. Grimm-Jorgensen, Ph.D.Assistant Professor, Department of Cell Biology
|B.A.||Portland State University||Not given|
|Ph.D.||University of Connecticut||Basic Medical Science, Physiology|
|Name of Award/Honor||Awarding Organization|
|Outstanding Teaching Award by Class of 2008|
|Outstanding Teaching Award by Class of 2010|
|Loeser Teaching Award by Class of 2009|
|Kaiser Permanente Runner Up Certificate of Award|
|Certificate of Appreciation, Phase I Electives: Topics in Physiology|
|Loeser Teaching Award by Class of 1985|
Somatostatin and calcitonin stimulate neurite regeneration of molluscan neurons in vitro.
Brain research 1987 Feb;403(1):121-6
Somatostatin and calcitonin modulate gastropod internal defense mechanisms.
Developmental and comparative immunology 1987 Jan;11(3):487-99
Surface mucus production in gastropods is dependent on environmental salinity and humidity
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology -- Part A: Physiology 1986 Jan;83(3):415-419
Effect of thyrotropin-releasing hormone and its metabolites on the secretion of sulfated polysaccharides by foot integument of a pond snail.
General and comparative endocrinology 1984 Sep;55(3):410-7
Immunoreactive somatostatin in two pulmonate gastropods.
General and comparative endocrinology 1983 Jan;49(1):108-14
Seasonal variation in the accumulation and degradation of thyrotropin-releasing hormone by frog skin in vitro.
General and comparative endocrinology 1982 Feb;46(2):150-7
Effect of thyrotropin releasing hormone on the cAMP content in circumesophageal ganglia of Lymnaea emarginata.
Life sciences 1980 Apr;26(15):1211-6
A possible role of thyrotropin-releasing hormone in the seasonal adaptation of salt transport in the frog.
General and comparative endocrinology 1979 Apr;37(4):482-6
Immunoreactive thyrotrophin releasing factor in gastropod circumoesophageal ganglia.
Nature 1975 Apr;254(5501):620
Thyrotropin releasing hormone (TRH): neurotransmitter regulation of secretion by mouse hypothalamic tissue in vitro.
Endocrinology 1973 Sep;93(3):626-31
Binding of 63Ni (II) to ultrafiltrable constituents of rabbit serum in vivo and in vitro.
Clinical chemistry 1975 Apr;21(4):521-7