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William Langridge, PhD
Professor, Basic Sciences
School of Medicine
Member, Biochemistry, SM, Faculty of Graduate Studies
Other LLU Classes Outside Of Schedule 
Lecture
 
4/2008 - 5/2008 Microbiology 570, Mechanisms of Microbial Pathogenesis, Basic and Emerging Vaccine Strategies, Spring Quarter
Power Point Presentation
1/2008 - 3/2008 Microbiology 530, Immunology, Vaccine Development, Winter Quarter
Power Point Presentation, animation
9/2007 - 12/2007 Cellular Mechanisms and Integrated Systems 1 (IBGS 511) Fall Qarter lecture Gene Structure and Anatomy of Genomes
6/2007 Laboratory Methods in Gene Transfer and Gene Expression. (Micro.536)
Provided 2 power point lectures which included the nature of bacterial conjugation and delivery of DNA via bacterial conjugation to eukaryotic cells (plants). Approximately 22 hours were required for lecture and protocol discussion including DNA transfer to plants, grading lab performance, laboratory book recording of research data, calculation of conjugation frequency, answers to qustions concerning protocol outcomes.
9/2006 - 11/2006 CMIS I, (IBGS 511), Gene structure and function; Chromosomal organization and control; DNA replication - prokaryotic and eukaryotic mechanisms;  Regulation of DNA replication - prokaryotic and eukaryotic
Cellular Mechanisms and Integrated Systems 1: Gene structure and function; Chromosomal organization and control; DNA replication - prokaryotic and eukaryotic mechanisms;  Regulation of DNA replication - prokaryotic and eukaryotic; 4 lectures x 2 hr = 8hr
9/2006 - 11/2006 CMIS I, (IBGS 511)1: Gene structure and function; Chromosomal organization and control; DNA replication - prokaryotic and eukaryotic mechanisms; Regulation of DNA replication - prokaryotic and eukaryotic
Cellular Mechanisms and Integrated Systems 1: Gene structure and function; Chromosomal organization and control; DNA replication - prokaryotic and eukaryotic mechanisms;  Regulation of DNA replication - prokaryotic and eukaryotic; 4 lectures x 2 hr = 8hr
9/2005 - 12/2005 CMIS I, (IBGS 511)
Cellular Mechanisms and Integrated Systems 1: Gene structure and function; Chromosomal organization and control; DNA replication - prokaryotic and eukaryotic mechanisms; DNA replication - Prokaryotic and eukaryotic; Regulation of DNA replication - prokaryotic and eukaryotic; 4 lectures x 2 hr = 8hr.
9/2005 - 12/2005 CMIS I, (IBGS 511)
Cellular Mechanisms and Integrated Systems 1: Gene structure and function; Chromosomal organization and control; DNA replication - prokaryotic and eukaryotic mechanisms; DNA replication - Prokaryotic and eukaryotic; Regulation of DNA replication - prokaryotic and eukaryotic; 4 lectures x 2 hr = 8hr
* MICR 536 Laboratory Methods in Gene Transfer 8.5 hours
* Course CMBL 502 Molecular Biology-Graduate, 10 hours
* CMIS I, (IBGS 511) - 09/21/2005 to 12/09/2005 Cellular Mechanisms and Integrated Systems 1: Gene structure and function; Chromosomal organization and control; DNA replication - prokaryotic and eukaryotic mechanisms; DNA replication - Prokaryotic and eukaryotic; Regulation of DNA replication - prokaryotic and eukaryotic; 4 lectures x 2 hr = 8hr
Interactive Teaching
 
7/2006 - 6/2007 Graduate Student Mentor,
Mentoring graduate student (Mr. James Carter), progress toward completion of his Ph.D. research program in plant vaccine molecular biology and immunology. Dissertation topic: The ricin toxin B subunit as an immunomodulatory protein for enhancement of insulin mediated immune suppression of Type 1 autoimmune diabetes.
6/2006 - 8/2006 Mentor for Apprenticeship Bridge to College Program
Provided direction to a high school student(Ms. Maple Schlompoopong), to enhance her writing and analytical skills through participation in an ongoing research program in our molecular biology laboratory throughout the summer.
7/2005 - 6/2006 Graduate Student Mentoring
1. Michael (Nak-Wan)Choi, 4th yr graduate student, Plant-based rotavirus vaccine project, Doctoral research mentor. 2. James E. Carter, 4th yr graduate student, Type 1 diabetes ricin adjuvanted vaccine against Type 1 diabetes project Doctoral research mentor. 3. Weekly seminar meeting of research group, mentoring 4. Stephen Lee, Post doctoral fellow, Peridontal disease project. mentor 5. Jie Yu, Post doctoral fellow, Type 1 diabetes vaccine project, mentor 6. Dr. Bela Denes, research professor, Vaccinia virus delivery of adjuvanted autoantigen vaccine for Type 1 diabetes
7/2004 - 6/2005 Graduate Student Mentor
Graduate student mentor for Mr. James E. Carter III in the areas of subunit vaccine molecular biology and immunology leading to accomplishment of his studies on the characterization of ricin toxin B subunit as an adjuvant for stimulation of immunotolerance leading to the prevention of autoimmune (Type 1), diabetes.
7/2004 - 6/2005 Graduate Student Mentor
Mentor for Dr. Nak-Won Choi, during his graduate studies in molecular biology, plant transformation, and immunology leading to accomplishment of his research and dissertation studies on the Ricin toxin B subunit and shigatoxin B subunit as adjuvants for immunostimulation of rotavirus antigens for use as mucosal subunit vaccines for prevention of rotavirus infection.
Administrative Teaching Roles
 
9/2008 - 9/2009 Microbiology 570, Mechanisms of Microbial Pathogenesis, Basic and Emerging Vaccine Strategies, Spring Quarter
Instructional Prep of New Material
 
12/2006 - 1/2007 Laboratory Methods in Gene Transfer and Gene Expression. (Micro.536)
Major revision of my contribution to the summer methods course (Micro 535), which involved generation of power point lectures for bacterial conjugation and bacterial delivery of DNA via conjugation to eukaryotes (plants). A minimum of 65 hours total required for lecture and protocol revision to include DNA transfer to plants.
9/2006 - 11/2006 Cellular Mechanisms and Integrated Systems 1 (IBGS 511)
Revision and updating of power point lectures for the CMIS-1 course, including introduction of new information concerning the control of DNA replication, chromosomal organization and control. Approximately 60 hours total required for lecture revision and preparation of examination and comprehensive examination questions.
9/2004 CMBL-502
Addition and improvement of 8-10 overheads providing greater refinement and detail for presentation to CMBL 502 class.
* Continued revision and further updating of power point lectures for CMIS course, such as introduction of newer information concerning the control of DNA replication, chromosomal organization and control. Approximately 60 hours total required for lecture revision and preparation of examination and comprehensive examination questions.