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 edlevin@duke.edu or Eve Marion emarion@duke.edu

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Fall 2014 Seminars

 Fridays Noon-1:30PM Field Auditorium, Environmental Hall   Aug 29     Daniel Baden, PhD, UNC-Wilmington Center for Marine Science From Beach to Bedside: Getting Our Feet Wet in Translational Marine Science Sept 5            Audrey Bone, Nicholas School of the Environment, ITEHP PhD Candidate Incorporating Environmental Realism into Toxicity of Nanoparticles to …

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Fall 2014 Symposium

Low Dose Effects / Non-Monotonic Responses of Endocrine Disruptors October 24, 2014 Searle Center Lecture Hall, Duke University RSVP HERE Agenda ITEHP Fall 2014 Symposium (view agenda) ABSTRACT: The publication of “Our Stolen Future” helped to spur research on endocrine disrupting contaminants (EDCs) and investigating their potential affects on human health and development. In the …

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Past Seminars & Symposia

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

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