Name Year Degree  Title Faculty Mentor
 David O'Berine 1980  PhD A Study of the Physical and Chemical Characteristics of Pectic Substances Extracted from Apple Cell Walls  NA
Timothy Gilmore  1980 PhD  Prothoracicotropis Hormone, Cyclic Nucleotides, and Proctolin in Insect Central Nervous System Robert W. Newburgh 
David Hamilton Porter 1980  PhD  The Renaturation of Bovine Muscle Pyruvate Kinase Janet M. Cardenas 
Karen Illman Miller 1980  PhD  Effect of Environmental Variables on the Structure and Function of Hemocyanin from Callianassa californiensis (decapoda: Thalassinidea) A. W. Pritchard
Gregory James Ide 1980  PhD  In-Vitro Transcription in the Yeast: Saccharomyces Cerevisiae Ken Van Holde
 John R. Babson  1980  PhD  Specific Enzymic Interactions Relating to the Mechanism of Action of Ceratin 2-Chloroethyl Nitrosoureas Donald J. Reed
Stephen Craig Johnson  1980  PhD  Trinitrophenylation of Bovine Muscle Pyruvate Kinase  Janet M. Cardenas 
Richard Yue-Leung 1981 PhD Studies on the Transforming Gene of Avian Myeloblastosis Virus  George S. Beaudreau
Krisztina Maria Zsebo 1981  MS  The 2-um Plasmid of Saccharomyces cerevisae Partial Characterization of a Eukaryotic Minichromosome  Ken Van Holde
 Shane C. Weber 1982 PhD  Active Chromatin Structure of Saccharomyces cerevisae: High Mobility Group Proteins, Histone Modifications and Dnase I Sensitivity  Irvin Isenberg
Richard Keith Bestwick  1982  PhD  DNA Precusor Compartmentation in Mammalian Cells: Metabolic and Antimetabolic Studies of Nuclear and Mitochondrial DNA Synthesis  Christopher K. Mathews 
Christopher S. Szent-Gyorgyi 1982  PhD  An Electrophoretic Investigation of Nucleoprotein Organization in Yeast Chromatin   Irvin Isenberg
David Edward Williams 1982  PhD  Purification, Characterization and Comparative Properties of Hepatic Microsomal Mixed-Function Oxidase Enzymes from Rat and Rainbow Trout D. R. Buhler 
John H. Proffitt 1982 PhD  Gene Structure in Saccharomyces cerevisae: Dnase I Hypersensitive Sites in Galactose Gene Cluster and Non-Detection of 5-Methylcytosine  Ken Van Holde
Micheal H. Zehfus 1983  PhD  Properties and Conformation of P-form DNA W. C. Johnson Jr.
Christine Cremo 1983  PhD  Characterization and Photoaffinity Labeling of the Muscarinic Acetylcholine Receptor  Michael I. Schimerlik 
Ralph T. Francis  1984  PhD  Hemoglobin-Binding Proteins in the Amphibian Dariaha granulosa  Robert R. Becker
Sarla Purohit 1984  PhD  Bacteriophage T4-Coded Dihydrofolate Reductase: Cloning and Structural Analysis of its Gene and Organization of Flanking Regions  NA
Kuan-Chih W. Chow 1984  PhD  In-Vitro Adenovirus DNA Replication  George D. Pearson
Stepheb L. Weitz 1984  PhD  Alternatives to the DNA Precursor-Synthesizing Enzyme Complex Hypothesis  Christopher K. Mathews 
Mohammad Atta Alayan  1984  MS Selenium Metabolism in the Chick and Effects of Vitamin E and Selenium on Heat Stress Philip D. Whanger
Cheng C. Yao  1984  MS Environmental Influence on Monoterpenes and Phenolics of Mentha piperita  Walter D. Loomis
Thomas D. Yager 1984  PhD Nucleosome Instabilities in Physiological Salt  Ken Van Holde
Yuzo Fujikura 1985  PhD  Lysophospholipase of Germinating Barley Seeds Derek J. Baisted
Marcia Elaine Harris  1985  MS  B-Naphthoflavone Induction and its Effect on Hepatic Phospholipid Metabolism in Rainbow Trout (Salmo gairneri) Daniel P. Selivonchick 
Fazilah Abdul-Latif 1985  MS  Site-Specific 3-Terminal Deletions in Escherichia coli 16S rRNA and the Effect on Assembly of the 30S Ribosomal Subunits   NA
Asril Darussamin 1985  PhD  Reactions of Horseradish Peroxidase with the Isothiocyanates of Horseradish Oil Ken Van Holde
Janet M. Leeds 1986  PhD DNA Precursor Compartmentation in Mammalian Cells: Distribution and Rates between Nucleus and Cytoplasm Christopher K. Mathews 
Huey-Ju Kuo 1986  PhD  Factors Affecting the Activation of Rabbit Muscle Phosphofructokinase by Actin Sonia R. Anderson 
Kevin Ahern  1986  PhD  Adenovirus Replication in Trans: A New Replication Pathways  George D. Pearson
Martin L. Pollock   1986  MS  Biochemical Studies on the Mosquitocidal Delta Endotoxin of Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. Israelensis George S. Beaudreau
Kai Wang  1986  PhD  Adenovirus Complementary Strand Synthesis In-Vitro   George D. Pearson
Roy Geoggrey Sargen  1987 PhD  Deoxyribonucleotides as Determinants of Dna Replication Fidelity in Bacteriophage T4 Christopher K. Mathews 
 Young Sook Yoo 1987  PhD  Generation and In-Vitro Assembly Evaluation of a Site-Specific Deletion in Escherichia coli Small Subunit Ribosomal RNA H. W. Schaup 
Larry A. Compton 1987  PhD  Circular Dichroism Spectroscopy and the Conformational Analysis of Globular Proteins in the Native and Denatured Sate W. Curtis Johnson 
Craig Spiro 1987  PhD  Studis on DNA Precursor Metabolism in Vaccinia Virus-Infected Mammalian Cells Christopher K. Mathews 
Hacene Bouzar 1988  PhD Serological Identification of Common and Strain-Specific Antigens in Agrobacterium  Larry W. Moore
Joseph Booth 1988  MS  Attempted Cloning of T4 Phage Ribonucleotide Reductase NA
Michael R. Tota 1988  PhD  Interaction of the Muscarinic Acetylcholine Receptor with Effector Protein Michael I. Schimerlik 
Michael Karl Gross 1988  PhD  Thymidine Kinase mRNA and Protein Levels During Myogenic Withdrawal from the Cell Cycle: Identification of an mRNA-Independent Regulatory Mechanism  Gary F. Merrill 
Fazilah Abdul-Latif 1989  PhD  Modulation of Translational Fidelity by Small Subunit Ribosomal RNA from Escherichia coli H. W. Schaup 
James M. McKim IV 1989  PhD  The Effects of 2, 3, 7, 8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin on Acetyl-CoA Carboxylase and Other Lipgenic Enzymes  Daniel P. Selivonchick
Yeong Wang  1989  PhD  Organization of T4 Bacteriophage Genes and Gene Products Involved in DNA Precursor Biosynthesis  NA
Ah Shing Shih 1989  PhD  Structure and Function of Chromatin: Studies at the Nuceleosome and Nuclear Matrix Levels  Ken Van Holde
Fun-Yun Xu 1989  PhD  Intramolecualr and Intermolecualr Strand Hybridization during Adenovirus DNA Replication  George D. Pearson
Mohammad A. Rahman 1989  PhD  Accessibility of Highly Conserved RNA Sequences of Escherichia coli 70S Ribsomes and Implications for Developing Antibacterial Agents  H. W. Schaup