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Model Masters Degree Literature Review Theses: A Selected List

The following are examples of outstanding Literature Reviews and Theses written by students from the Graduate School of Basic Medical Sciences (GSBMS) of New York Medical College. This is a representative list of high quality theses recommended by the GSBMS Faculty and located in the Medical Sciences Library of New York Medical College, Valhalla, New York.


Cell Biology & Anatomy

Kale, SD. Role of dystrophin and utrophin protein complexes in signal transduction and cell structure: Implications for therapies for muscular dystrophies [master's thesis]. Valhalla, NY: New York Medical College; 2001.


Pathology

Carter JB. Pfiesteria piscicida - A recently discovered toxic dinoflagellate [master's thesis]. Valhalla, NY: New York Medical College; 1999.

Lidsky R. Group A Streptococcal necrotizing fasciitis: An agent in our environment [master's thesis]. Valhalla, NY: New York Medical College; 1999.

Tencza L. The association between organochlorines and breast cancer [master's thesis]. Valhalla, NY: New York Medical College; 2002.


Pharmacology

Buell LJ. Postoperative opioid analgesia in dogs and cats: An analysis of the pharmacological and clinical effects of strong agonists relative to mixed agonist-antagonists [master's thesis]. Valhalla, NY: New York Medical College; 1999.

Trushin N. Smoking and cervical neoplasia: The potential role of the tobacco-specific nitrosamine NNK [master's thesis]. Valhalla, NY: New York Medical College; 2000.


Physiology

Cole, E. Hormonal regulators of bone remodeling [master's thesis]. Valhalla, NY: New York Medical College; 2005.

Koai, E. Cardiac arrhythmias: long QT syndrome as a model of molecular pathophysiology [master's thesis]. Valhalla, NY: New York Medical College; 2005.




For a complete listing of theses, please search the Library's online catalog. Use the subject Dissertations, Academic.

Note: A notebook with complete listings of all GSBMS theses is also available at the Reference/Information desk in the Library. Please call 594-4210 for assistance.

Updated 01/22/09 D. Crooke

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