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Gregory Nelson, PhD
Professor, Basic Sciences
School of Medicine
Professor, Radiation Medicine
School of Medicine
Other LLU Classes Outside Of Schedule 
Lecture
 
6/2006 Selected Topics in Radiotherapy for the Treatment of Cancer
Cellular Mechanisms and Integrated Systems?, Kerby Oberg, M.D., organizer. Lecture: ?Selected Topics in Radiotherapy for the Treatment of Cancer? 1 hr
4/2005 Molecular Biology/Genomics
RXSP530: RNA Expression Analysis, High Throughput Genetics, Computational Genomics Foundations 3 Lecture Hours
Interactive Teaching
 
6/2007 Signal Transduction and the Control of Gene Expression
Radiation Oncology Resident Course
5/2007 Gene Expression: Transcription Level Control
Radiation Oncology Resident Course
5/2007 Radiobiological Issues Associated with High LET Radiation
Radiation Oncology Resident Course
5/2006 Gene Transcription
Resident Training Radiation Oncology Residents'' Radiobiology Course: 1hr
5/2006 Signal Transduction
Resident Training Radiation Oncology Residents' Radiobiology Course: 1hr.
7/2005 - 6/2007 Student Mentoring
Student Mentoring - 07/01/2005 to 06/30/2007 Microbiology graduate student committee member for Martha Sanchez. Informal mentoring for students: V. Serra, P. Pandya, C. Burrell for radiobiology related activities.
4/2005 Resident Training
Radiation Oncology Residents' Radiobiology Course: Gene Transcription
3/2005 - 3/2004 Resident teaching
Radiation oncology resident course: Signal Transduction
3/2005 Resident Training
Radiation Oncology Residents' Radiobiology Course: Signal Transduction
7/2004 - 6/2007 Student Mentoring
Microbiology graduate student committee member for Martha Sanchez. Informal mentoring for students: V. Serra, P. Pandya, C. Burrell for radiobiology related activities.
Instructional Prep of New Material
 
6/2004 - 6/2011 NASA Space Radiation Summer School.  LLU graduate student and postdoctoral fellows have attended.
NASA Space Radiation Summer School - 06/06/2004 to 07/01/2011 Director, Coordinator and Lecturer for a NASA-funded intense summer course held at Brookhaven National Laboratory. The 3-week lecture and laboratory course for 15 U.S. and foreign graduate students and post-doctoral fellows is designed to provide a background in high energy physics and radiation biology. Students Learn how to conduct radiobiology and physics experiments with gamma rays and high energy particles similar to those found in space. Topics include: space radiation environment, radiation physics, radiation chemistry, DNA damage & repair, mutagenesis, cell cycle control, programmed cell death, cell transformation, tissue responses to radiation, radiation carcinogenesis and countermeasures. The course content required 120 hours of lecture and laboratory and involved lectures by senior researchers from the US, UK and Italy. My role was to design the course in collaboration with Dr. E. Blakely of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, coordinate all activities, present 5 lectures and three days of laboratory exercises. Five LLU graduate students and two postdocs have attended this course since 2004