Murthy research is guided by Bernard Arulanandam.

Murthy research is guided by Bernard Arulanandam, associate professor of biology who began studying Chlamydia six years ago. – ‘With the recent success of the human papilloma virus vaccine developed cervical cancer prevent cervical cancer in young women, in May 2006, the urgency to develop a Chlamydia prevention vaccine is thinking ‘on the horizon, said Arulanandam.

.. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention , Chlamydia is a common sexually transmitted disease caused by the bacterium Chlamydia trachomatis damage damage a woman’s reproductive organs caused. In women, the symptoms mild mild or absent. Serious complications can cause irreversible damage, including infertility, before a woman ever recognizes a problem. In men, chlamydia can cause complications and discharge from the penis of an infected male.

After three years of trial-and – error Ashlesh Murthy, a post-doctoral researcher has in the UTSA Cell and Molecular success of the program in administering a chlamydial prevention vaccine found in mouse models. The next step will be to test the vaccine in larger animals, particularly guinea pigs. – This is a very common condition among women in the world and the biggest problem is that most infected women never show any symptoms, so that they never get treatment, said Murthy.Special interest groups Heart Failure Nurses organizes annual conference 2009The American Association of Heart Failure Nurses Annual Meeting of plans to satisfy the needs the advanced practice nurses, inpatient nurses, outpatient carers, home health nurse, cardiac / failure righteous administrator, chief physicians medical companions who, dieticians and other health providers, educators and researchers interested in to cardiac insufficiency patient care.

An variety of educational formats will be planned which promote the exchange of of new a scientific and clinical Details and supporting exchange of Reviews regarding care and administration relevant questions cardiac insufficiency. Scientific equipment are be presented through symposia, oral summaries, special interest groups, skills laboratories and poster sessions. Their annual meeting issues of interest are:.