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Nicanor Austriaco, O.P.

Associate Professor

Contact Information:

naustria@providence.edu
401-865-1823
Sowa Hall 229B

Education:


Ph.D. - Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Area(s) of Expertise:

Biology of aging and programmed cell death, biology and ethics of stem cell research, health care ethics and bioethics in the catholic tradition


Recent Presentations:

Austriaco, O.P., Nicanor., American Society for Cell Biology, San Francisco, CA, "Paper". January, 2013.

Austriaco, O.P., Nicanor., Gordon Research Conference on Cell Death, Il Ciocco, Italy, "Poster". July, 2012.

Austriaco, O.P., Nicanor., American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB), San Diego, CA, "Poster: Genome Reduction in Yeast Involves Programmed Cell Death & Genetic Characteristization of the Mechanism of Action of Sulforaphane in the Yeast, S. Cerevisiae". April, 2012.

Austriaco, O.P., Nicanor., International Meeting on Yeast Apoptosis, Canterbury, United Kingdom, "Paper: Filamentation Protects Candida albicans from Amphotericin B-Induced Programmed Cell Death via a Mechanism Involving the Yeast Metacaspase, MCA1". May, 2011.

Austriaco, O.P., Nicanor., Eastern Colleges Science Conference, Staten Island, NY, "Executive Board Member". December, 2008.


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