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    • Isoelectric Focusing Technology for Mapping Post-Translationally Modified Antigens 

      Haynes, Kathryn (2018)
      Certain substances present in the body, called antigens, are indicative of disease and its progression or remission. Once we know more about antigens a simple blood test could be used to predict disease and measure the ...
    • iTouch and Go: Funding Innovation in the UH Libraries 

      Vacek, Rachel; Dasler, Robin (2009-10-27)
      UH Libraries trialed the use of the iPod Touch as a tool to enhance the work of librarians. This presentation outlines the successes and pitfalls of this trial and you’ll learn ways in which you can jump-start a similar ...
    • Jackson Neal 

      Neal, Jackson (2019-04-24)
      Jackson Neal is a freshman at the University of Houston and a three-time member of Houston’s premier youth poetry slam team, Meta-Four Houston. He is the 2017 and 2018 Space City Grand Slam Champion, a 2018 National Young ...
    • JANNIS KOUNELLIS, CARLA LONZI AND THE APPROPRIATION OF THE WORKERISM MOVEMENT'S IDEAS IN UNTITLED (12 HORSES) AND AUTORITRATTO 

      Schrripa, Giulia (5.2019)
      The focus of my thesis is the appropriation of the methodology of Workerism in Untitled (12 Horses) by Jannis Kounellis and Autoritratto by Carla Lonzi. The project started out of my curiosity for the history of "poor" ...
    • Jenny Staff Johnson 

      Johnson, Jenny Staff (2016-10-12)
      Jenny Staff Johnson is a lifelong Houstonian. Her fiction and essays have appeared in publications including in Tin House’s Open Bar Blog, Literary Mothers, and New Dead Families. She holds a Master of Public Affairs from ...
    • Jeremy Amorin 

      Amorin, Jeremy (2018-04-25)
      Jeremy Amorin is a writer, filmmaker, and entrepreneur from Houston, TX, who aspires to be a renowned name in original fiction throughout the world. He is a first-generation American—both of his parents are from Accra, ...
    • Jiyoon Lee 

      Lee, Jiyoon (2017-09-20)
      Jiyoon Lee is a poet and translator whose most recent publication is "Poems of Kim Yideum, Kim Haengsook, and Kim Minjeong," the collection of contemporary Korean poetry, for which she collaborated with Jake Levine, Don ...
    • Joe Reece 

      Madrid, Andrea (2018-04-25)
      Description: This is an oral history interview with Joe Reece that is part of a Hurricane Harvey Oral History Research Project. Mr. Reece was interviewed on March 29, 2018, at his home in Sugar Land, TX. He was a victim ...
    • Joint Torque Instrumentation in a Pediatric Exoskeleton 

      Akinwande, Samuel; Eguren, David; Kilicarslan, Atilla; Gorges, Jeff (2017)
      Background. There are 300,000+ children in the US living with ambulatory disorders. Many of them rely on wheelchairs, which cause health complications due to their sedentary nature. The UH-BMI lab is developing a powered ...
    • Jonathan Meyer 

      Meyer, Jonathan (2014-09-17)
    • Joshua Gottlieb-Miller 

      Gottlieb-Miller, Joshua (2016-10-12)
      Joshua Gottlieb-Miller received an MFA in poetry from the University of Houston; after a few cold years up north he has returned for his PhD. Previously he served as Poetry Editor for Gulf Coast and was awarded an Inprint ...
    • Justin Jannise 

      Jannise, Justin (2017-09-20)
      Justin Jannise grew up in Liberty, Texas, and has lived in Houston since 2015. He studied poetry at Yale and the Iowa Writers' Workshop. Justin's work has appeared in Columbia Journal, the Yale Review and The Awl. He likes ...
    • Kaj Tanaka 

      Tanaka, Kaj (2017-09-20)
      Kaj Tanaka's stories have been featured in Longform, selected for Wigleaf’s Best (Very) Short Fictions, and nominated for the Pushcart Prize. He is the nonfiction editor for BULL Magazine.
    • Kaj Tanaka 

      Tanaka, Kaj (2017-09-19)
      Kaj Tanaka's stories have been featured in Longform, selected for Wigleaf’s Best (Very) Short Fictions, and nominated for the Pushcart Prize. He is the nonfiction editor for BULL Magazine.
    • Karankawas - Reexamining Texas Gulf Coast Cannibalism 

      Seiter, Timothy (5.2019)
      In 1688, the Karankawa Peoples abducted and adopted an eight-year-old Jean-Baptiste Talon from a French fort on the Texas Gulf Coast. Talon lived with these Native Americans for roughly two and a half years and related an ...
    • Ketogenic Diet To Improve Outcomes In Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus 

      Yap, Mark (2018-04-13)
      The recommendation of a ketogenic diet for type 2 diabetes is often overlooked in favor of the traditional high carbohydrate, low-fat diet due to lack of knowledge. There is accumulating evidence to show that a ketogenic ...
    • Kim Nguyen 

      Nguyen, Dat (2018-04-25)
      In an interview with Houston resident Kim Nguyen for the Hurricane Harvey Oral History Project, nine months after Hurricane Harvey, on March 29, 2018, we look into how the worries and problems of the victims changed as the ...
    • Kinesin in a Cell-Like Environment 

      Leal, David (2018)
      Motor proteins turn chemical energy into mechanical energy for movement. Kinesin is a type of motor protein that acts as a carrier of various components within the cell. An important factor in its movement is how it attaches ...
    • Kitchen Detective: What is in your kitchen? 

      Anzures, Eduardo; Henao, Natalia (2018)
      Studies reveal that accessibility and availability of foods available at home play a role in obesity status in children (Ludwig et al., 2001). Fewer studies have identified the impact of glycemic index levels (GILs) of ...
    • Know Your Data: Metadata Quality Control for Content Migration 

      Weidner, Andrew (2016-04-22)
      Migration of digital objects from one digital asset management system to another creates an opportunity to clean and standardize descriptive metadata through automated analysis and remediation. This presentation will discuss ...