Seminars & Symposia

The ITEHP’s public and for-credit seminar series is held weekly on Fridays during the academic year in the Levine Science Research Center (LSRC), room A247 at Noon (Noon-1:30 pm) unless otherwise noted.

For graduate students, the purpose of this seminar is two-fold: it exposes the trainees to the latest cutting edge research presented by faculty of the Program as well as scientists from the Research Triangle area and nation-wide.  It also provides a forum in which the trainees hone their presentation skills.

Seminars are always open to the public and are well-attended by our colleagues located in the Research Triangle Park and other nearby academic institutions such as UNC Chapel Hill, North Carolina Central University, and North Carolina State University.

For more information about ITEHP Seminars & Symposia, contact Dr. Edward Levin or Eve Marion

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Spring 2015 Symposium

Duke Cancer Institute, Duke Integrated Toxicology and Environmental Health Program, and Duke Superfund Research Center present: The Cancer Exposome: Innovation at the Intersection of Environmental Exposure & Disease Pathways Friday, April 3, 2015 Great Hall, Mary Duke Semans Trent Medical Education Building, Duke University, Durham, NC Abstract: The concept the Human Exposome can be thought …

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Spring 2015 Seminars

 Duke University Integrated Toxicology & Environmental Health Program Spring 2015 Seminar Series, Fridays Noon to 1:20PM Field Auditorium, Environmental Hall   January 9th: Michael Aschner, Ph.D., Albert Einstein College of Medicine; “Manganese Neurotoxicity: Lessons from Worms to Human Neonates” January 16th: Mamta Behl, Ph.D., NIEHS, NTP; “Screening Compounds with Developmental and Neurotoxic Potential: Flame Retardants, a Case …

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Past Seminars & Symposia

To review past seminars and symposia, please follow the links below.

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