Savannah Volkoff

Author's details

Name: Savannah Volkoff
Date registered: September 11, 2013

Latest posts

  1. Dr. Daniel Schlenk visits ITEHP! — May 4, 2015
  2. Radio In Vivo Interviews ITEHP Director — April 29, 2015
  3. Review by Avner Vengosh awarded by ES&T — April 27, 2015
  4. Duke Environment Magazine features Lauren Wyatt — April 22, 2015
  5. Tox Seminar with Edward Zhu 4/24 — April 22, 2015

Author's posts listings

May 04 2015

Dr. Daniel Schlenk visits ITEHP!

Join us in Field Auditorium at 10:30AM on Thursday, May 7th for a special presentation by UC Riverside professor, Dr. Daniel Schlenk. Dr. Schlenk’s talk is titled, “Developmental windows and mechanisms of salinity-enhanced toxicity of selenium in euryhaline fish.”

Apr 29 2015

Radio In Vivo Interviews ITEHP Director

Richard Di Giulio

Dr. Richard Di Giulio, Director of the ITEHP, was a featured guest on today’s Radio In Vivo show hosted by Ernie Hood. Dr. Di Giulio shared his research as well as programmatic information about the Duke Superfund Research Center and the ITEHP. For a listen of the interview, please follow this link.  

Apr 27 2015

Review by Avner Vengosh awarded by ES&T

Congratulations to ITEHP faculty member, Avner Vengosh for a recently published study that was selected as one of the best published pieces of 2015 by Environmental Science & Technology. The review looked at the potential risks to water resources by unconventional shale gas development and hydraulic fracturing. The paper received a 2nd place award for the …

Continue reading »

Apr 22 2015

Duke Environment Magazine features Lauren Wyatt

Congratulations to Lauren Wyatt, who was just featured in the Spring 2015 edition of the Duke Environment Magazine. Lauren shares her experiences as a student at Duke and how her doctoral work combines her interests in toxicology and public health! Check it out here!  

Apr 22 2015

Tox Seminar with Edward Zhu 4/24

Please join us this Friday, April 22nd for ITEHP Doctoral student, Edward Zhu’s presentation titled, “Circuit and behavior basis of egg-laying site selection in Drosophila“. The seminar will be held in Room 2101 of the Environmental Hall from Noon-1:20PM.  

Mar 27 2015

An Interview with Ted Slotkin: Reflecting on 45 years of teaching at Duke University

Slotkin

    Here in the Superfund Research Center and the Integrated Toxicology and Environmental Health Program, we are celebrating Dr. Theodore Slotkin for his recently received, Society of Toxicology Education Award. To commemorate this accomplishment, we sat down to chat with Ted about some of his fondest memories in 45 years at Duke University. Background: …

Continue reading »

Feb 05 2015

Spring Symposium held on 4/3/15

Check out our Spring Symposium 2015 tab for the agenda and registration information for our symposium scheduled on Friday, April 3rd.

Feb 02 2015

Environmental Factor covers Dr. Mamta Behl’s seminar

A few weeks ago, Dr. Mamta Behl from the National Toxicology Program joined us for a Friday ToxSeminar. Ernie Hood from NIEHS writes about her presentation in this month’s Environmental Factor. Click link below for more details! http://www.niehs.nih.gov/news/newsletter/2015/2/science-flameretardant/index.htm

Dec 09 2014

Jordan Kozal wins Best Poster at SETAC 2014!

Congratulations to Jordan Kozal, 2nd year ITEHP student, for her Best Student Poster award at the 2014 SETAC North America meeting in Vancouver, CA. Jordan’s poster focused on her research of PAH cardiotoxicity in Elizabeth River, VA killifish.

Dec 08 2014

Symposium Recap!

Endocrine researchers explore dimensions of dose response By Eddy Ball, NIEHS NMDR — looking at dose response through the endocrine lens “The question is no longer whether nonmonotonic dose responses are ‘real’ and occur frequently enough to be a concern — clearly these are common phenomena with well-understood mechanisms,” Birnbaum wrote in her frequently cited …

Continue reading »

Older posts «

©2015 Nicholas School of the Environment | Box 90328 | Duke University | Durham, NC 27708

how to contact us > | login to the site >