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InConJunction Science Fiction and Fantasy Convention

Indianapolis, IN

Sheraton Indianapolis Hotel & Suites

July 13 - 15, 2001


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Rob Pyatt

Toastmaster


"Just who the heck is this Rob Pyatt guy anyway?"

If you've attended InConJunction during the last six years or so, you've probably seen Rob Pyatt and Jeff Thompson talking about bad movies during their "Top 10 Worst Sci-Fi and Horror Movies" and "Video Trivia Contest" panels. Rob's proud to have been to enough conventions to have seen Randy Porter drunk off of his sub-genius butt, Jeff Thompson table dance for loose change, Dennis Ciurej appear half naked on stage as a dinosaur baby, and George Starkey mistaken for George Lucas by some seriously confused fans.

Rob's been involved with Indianapolis convention scene since 1986 when he volunteered for his first InConJunction play entitled "Little Con of Horrors". Since then he's appeared as an actor at the Indianapolis Civic Theater, co-wrote, along with Jeff, the last four plays presented at Starbase Indy and directed the last five, and directed the TV show "Christian Video Showcase" for channel 63 in Indianapolis.

Rob has spent the last eight years, when not playing around on a stage, pursuing his love of science which should culminate at the end of this summer with the successful completion of his doctoral degree in human pathology, if he quits screwing around!

But most of all Rob loves to talk bad movies. So if you see him sitting around the con like the social outcast he is, stop and tell him about your favorite bad movie. Rob greatly appreciates the opportunity to serve as the InConJunction Toastmaster and hopes that everyone enjoys the convention as much as he does.

Publications:

  • Ladd, A. C., Pyatt, R., Gothot, A., Rice, S., McMahel, J., Traycoff, C. M., and Srour, E. F.
    Orderly Process of Sequential Cytokine Stimulation is Required for Activation and Maximal Proliferation of Primitive Human Bone Marrow CD34+ Hematopoietic Progenitor Cells Residing in G0. Blood, 90, 658-668, 1997.
  • Gothot, A., Pyatt, R., McMahel, J., Rice, S., and Srour, E. F.
    Functional Heterogeneity of Human CD34+ Cells Isolated in Subcompartments of the G0/G1 Phase of the Cell Cycle. Blood, 90, 4384-4393, 1997.
  • Gothot, A., Pyatt, R., McMahel, J., Rice, S., and Srour, E. F.
    Assessment of Proliferative and Colony-Forming Capacity after Successive in vitro Divisions of Single Human CD34+ Cells Initially Isolated in G0. Exp Hem, 26, 562-570, 1998.
  • Pyatt, R. E., Jenski, L. L., Allen, R., Cornetta, K., Abonour, R., Traycoff, C. M., and Srour, E. F.
    Use of Merocyanine 540 For the Isolation of Quiescent, Primitive Human Bone Marrow Hematopoietic Progenitor Cells. J Hematotherapy, 8, 189-198, 1999.
  • Pyatt, R., Chadwick, R. B., Johnson, C.K., Adebamowo, C., de la Chapelle, A., and Prior, T. W.
    Polymorphic Variation at the Bat-25 and Bat-26 Loci in Individuals of African Origin: Implications for Microsatellite Instability Testing. Am Journal Path, 155, 349-353, 1999.
  • Chadwick, R. B., Pyatt, R. E., Niemann, T. H., Richards, S. K., Johnson, C. K., Meek, J. E., Stevens, M. W., Hampel, H., Prior, T. W., and de la Chapelle, A.
    Hereditary and Somatic DNA Mismatch Repair Gene Mutations in Sporadic Endometrial Carcinoma. In Press.
  • Adebamowo, C. A., Adeyi, O., Pyatt, R., Prior, T. W., Chadwick, R. W., and de la Chapelle, A.
    Hereditary Non-Polyposis Colon Cancer (HNPCC) in Nigeria. In Press.
  • Pyatt, R., Starkey, G., Spencer, K., Porter, W. and Thompson, J.
    All Your Base Are Belong to Us. For Great Justice.

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