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Nathan Duval - CV - DU Portfolio
Nathan Duval
438 S. Corona St.
Denver, CO 80209
Phone: 505-690-5466
E-Mail: [email protected]
Education
Ph.D. University of Denver. 2008 – Present. Cellular and Molecular Biology. Emphasis on Down
syndrome, purine metabolism, and the biology of aging
B.S.
Adams State College. 2001-2006. Cellular and Molecular Biology. Minor in chemistry.
Honors Thesis: The Genetics of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
Experience
• Graduate Teaching Assistant. University of Denver. Courses taught: Genetics
lab, Cell Structure and Function lab, Anatomy lab, General Biology lab,
Molecules to Humankind lab
2007 - Present
• Course on high-pressure liquid chromatography and electrochemical detection.
ESA Magellan Biosciences. Chelmsford, MA
2010
• Post-Baccalaureate Research Assistant. Systems Engineering and Integration
group (D-3), Bioscience and Public Health group (B-7). Los Alamos National
Laboratory
2007 - 2008
• Undergraduate Research Assistant. Systems Engineering and Integration group
(D-3). Los Alamo National Laboratory
2004 - 2006
Publications/Presentations
Publications:
• The Use of Mouse Models for Understanding the Biology of Down Syndrome and Aging
o
Vacano G, Duval N, Patterson D. Current Gerontology and Geriatrics Research. 2012.
• Persistence of Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. Kurstaki in Urban Environments Following
Spraying
o
2011
Van Cuyk S, Deshpande A, Hollander A, Duval N, Ticknor L, Layshock J,
Gallegos-Graves L, Omberg KM. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2011. Nov; 77(22):7954-61
• Molecular Characterization of the AdeI mutant of Chinese Hamster Ovary cells: A Cellular
Model of Adenylosuccinate Lyase Deficiency
o
2012
Vliet LK, Wilkinson TG 2nd, Duval N, Vacano G, Graham C, Zikanova M, Skopova
V, Baresova V, Hnizda A, Kmoch S, Patterson D. Mol Genet Metab. 2011. Jan; 102
(1): 61-8
2011
Nathan Duval
• Indoor Stability of Diverse Pathogens
o
Duval N, Cleland C, Veal LA. LA-UR-07-7460
• Interim Report, v. 3 – Non-Destructive Evaluation Capabilities Survey
o
2007
Cleland C, Deshpande A, Kendrick TD, Rasmussen R, Brown M, Shoemaker Z,
Simpson B, Duval N, Gavrilov K, Heaser J, Morris E, Kroutil R, Ryan G, Struemph
J, Omberg K. LA-CP-07-0444
• Reference Scenario – Systems Study of Priority Threat Contaminants in Water Venues
o
2007
2006
Cleland C, Deshpande A, Schneider H, Roach F, McPherson T, Daniel WB,
Hitchcock P, Streit G, Wiggs L, Eaker S, Duval N, Nielsen R, Sutton E, Cremer D,
Omberg K. LA-CP-06-0782
In Preparation:
• A Novel Whey Protein Supplement Provides Neuroprotection in vitro and Delays Disease Onset in
the G93A-SOD1 Mouse
o
Ross E, Wilkins H, Hulick W, Kirchoff D, Winter A, Duval N, Patterson D, Linseman D.
• Mixing Kinetics of Adenylosuccinate Lyase and Disease Associated Mutations
o
Ray S, Duval N, Wilkinson TG 2nd, Shaheen S, Ghosh K, Patterson D
Presentations:
• AMPK/mTOR: A Metabolomics Approach to Aging
o
Presentation: University of Denver Departmental Seminar Series. Denver,
CO
• Implications of oxidative stress on Alzheimer’s disease, aging, and Down syndrome; a
metabolic analysis
o
2011
Poster: University of Denver Biophysics Conference. Denver, CO
• Implications of oxidative stress on Alzheimer’s disease, aging, and Down syndrome; a
metabolic analysis
o
2011
Poster: Walk to End Alzheimer’s Disease research tent. Denver, CO
• Detection of the intermediates of de novo purine biosynthesis using HPLC with
electrochemical detection
o
2012
Poster: American Society for Neurochemistry Conference. Santa Fe, NM
2010
Nathan Duval
• Molecular Characterization of the AdeI mutant of Chinese Hamster Ovary Cells: A
Cellular model of Adenylosuccinate Lyase Deficiency
o
Poster: Front Range Neuroscience Conference. Fort Collins, CO
• Indoor Stability of Diverse Pathogens
o
2007
Poster: Department of Homeland Security, National BioWatch Conference.
Los Alamos, NM
• Stability of Diverse Pathogens in Indoor Environments
o
2010
2007
Presentation: Los Alamos National Laboratory, D-Division OPS
Management Meeting. Los Alamos, NM
 Stability of Diverse Pathogens in Indoor Environments
o
Poster: Los Alamos National Laboratory, Student Symposium. Award:
Outstanding poster presentation – Bioscience. Los Alamos, NM
• The Genetics of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
o
2007
2007
Presentation (honors thesis): Adams State College. Alamosa, CO
Professional Development
• Graduate Student Representative from Biosciences. Coordinate with Graduate Committee and
graduate students on student requirements
• Treasurer of the Graduate School of Four Faculties. Treasurer of the graduate student council for the
largest Graduate Student Association on campus. The largest distributer of funding for student
research and advancement
Awards
• Outstanding Poster, Bioscience Division. Student Symposium, Los Alamos
National Laboratory
2007
• Distinguished Performance. Defense Threat Reduction Agency
2006
Volunteer Work
• Special Olympics of Colorado
• San Luis Valley Regional Science Fair judge
• Denver Public Schools Science Fair judge
• Tu Casa Women’s Shelter Christmas Fair volunteer
• Biology and Chemistry tutor for Adams State College
• Boy Scouts of Alamosa volunteer
• Biology and Chemistry mentor for San Luis Public Schools
Seasonal volunteer for the United Way of Santa Fe
Nathan Duval

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