Recent presentations

Recent selected presentations only. Please contact me if you are interested in the full presentation list.


Captal of Texas Undergraduate Research Conference, Austin, TX. Nov 16, 2019.

  • Timmins K, Ehsan H, Kaneko G. Identification of an unknown aquatic slime mold species.
  • Egwu E, Osasenaga EE, Muschalek T, Ehsan H, Kaneko G. Molecular characterization of fish FoxO1.
  • Fischer J, Kaneko G. Molecular characterization of endothelial lipase in a pufferfish Takifugu rubripes that has a unique lipid distribution pattern.
  • Dean M, Kaneko G. Glucose consumption and its metabolic fate in rotifer Brachionus plicatilis.

Four presentations by UHV biology students.

Fall Undergraduate Research Symposium (FURS), Austin, Texas. Sep 28, 2019.

  • Bustamante N, Jalufka F, Kaneko G, Ehsan H. Hunging for cell cycle genes in rotifer.
  • Timmins K, Kaneko G. Molecular identification of a potentially novel slime mold species living in water.

Two oral presentations by UHV biology students.

Poster presentation.

Texas Undergraduate Research Day at the Capitol, Austin, TX. Apr 1, 2019.

A biannual conference for universities in Texas. A rotifer research was presented by UHV graduate and undergraduate students.


One oral & four poster presentations.

Captal of Texas Undergraduate Research Conference, Austin, TX. Nov 3, 2018.

UHV Biology major students did a great job!

Dissecting the rat brain tumor microenvironment: a multimodal in vivo magnetic resonance investigation.

Coman D, Huang Y, Herman P, Kaneko G, Rao J, Parent M, Maritim S, Walsh JJ, & Hyder F.
The 11th World Molecular Imaging Congress, Seattle, WA. Sep 12–15, 2018.

Co-authored presentation from the brain tumor project at Yale.

Valine synthesis in a bdelloid rotifer: Application of a novel metabolic flux measurement technology to study unique metabolic pathways.

Kaneko G., Hecox-Lea B., Gribble K.E. & Mark Welch B.
International Rotifer XV Symposium. University of Texas El Paso, TX, USA. Jun 3-9, 2018.

Oral presentation. This is my second presentation in the International Rotifer Symposium, which is the largest scientific forum in rotifer biology. The International Rotifer Symposium has taken place every three years since 1976 and I am hoping to attend the next one in 2021.

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