Beginning in 2009 (for degrees awarded in August, 2009) all theses and dissertations completed at Washington University were required to be submitted in electronic form. Print submissions are no longer accepted. Dissertations are submitted directly in electronic form to UMI / Proquest Dissertation Services. Master’s theses are locally submitted in electronic form directly into the Washington University Open Scholarship Repository. Please contact your academic department document for information on the preparation and formatting requirements of the thesis itself.

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Theses/Dissertations from 2009

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Partial Order Reduction for Planning, You Xu

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A Thesis Towards Development of an Occupational Therapy Game System for Stroke Patients, Emily Yang

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Characterization of Ligand-Induced Conformational Changes in the EGF Receptor, Katherine Yang

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Targeting The Dimerization Of ERBB Receptor Tyrosine Kinases, Rob Yang

The Role of Strategy in Decision-Making under Risk: An fMRI Investigation, Tal Yarkoni

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The Applicability of Simulated Network Attack Results on Small, Terrorist Networks, Stephanie Young

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Evolution of Endosperm Starch Synthesis Pathway genes in the Context of Rice: Oryza sativa) Domestication, Guoqin Yu

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Development of Shell-Crosslinked Knedel-like Nanoparticles as Intracellular Delivery Vehicles and Gene Regulation Agents, Ke Zhang

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Open Collaborative Mechanical / Product Design - User as Developer A New Design Methodology for Internet Era Business Innovations and Entrepreneurship, Jing Zheng

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Getting to the Point: Bridging the Gap between Simple and Complex Catalytic Systems using Temporal Analysis of Products (TAP), Xiaolin Zheng

Theses/Dissertations from 1958

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Origin and Early History of the United Hebrew Congregation of St. Louis, 1841-1859, The First Jewish Congregation in St. Louis, Donald Irving Makovsky