Media

 

The below video links are set up via a Panopto recording tool. They are public so an account is not required.

 

Spring Events 2018

Symposium

March 9- Spring Symposium 2018: “Breast Cancer and the Environment” 

Toxicology Seminars

Apr 26- Marcelo Bonini, Ph.D., Univ. of Illinois at Chicago Department of Pathology… SOD2 acetylation as a mitochondrial pathway to stemness in cancer

Apr 19- Michele La Merrill, Ph.D., MPH, UC Davis Environmental Health and Genome Centers… Mechanisms of impairments in brown adipose energy expenditure by obesogenic organochlorines”

April 12-  Caren Weinhouse, Ph.D., Postdoctoral fellow at the Duke Global Health Institute…. Identifying mechanisms for toxicant-induced epigenetic change: towards bench to community translation of environmental epigenetics.”

April 5- Deborah M Kurrasch, Ph.D., Associate Professor in the Department of Medical Genetics at the University of Calgary…The mechanistic effects of bisphenols on brain development in zebrafish and mice.”

March 29-  Yu-Ying HePh.D.,  Associate Professor of Medicine from the University of Chicago…“Role of autophagy in Environmental Carcinogenesis”

March 1Jean McLain, Ph.D., Water Resources Research Center at the University of Arizona…“Recycled Municipal Wastewater and Antibiotic Resistance: Is There a Connection?”

February 8 – Jed Goldstone, Ph.D., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI)… The evolution of Cytochrome P450s and the chemical ‘defensome’ ” 

February 1Lisa Satterwhite, Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine…  Pesticide Exposure and Predictive Genomics: Finding Early Stage Asymptomatic Disease.” 

January 25 – Matthew Longley, Ph.D., (NIEHS)…  Single-molecule imaging of mitochondrial DNA replication proteins suggest a mechanism for mtDNA deletions.

January 11Paul Price, Ph.D., US Environmental Protection Agency … ” Understanding the Impact of Exposure Patterns on Risks from Combined Exposures to Multiple Chemicals .

 

Fall Events 2017

Symposium

September 22- Fall Symposium 2017:Duke Superfund Research Center Kickoff”

Toxicology Seminars

September 29 – Field Auditorium. Andrea Baccarelli, Ph.D., Columbia University … Mitochondriomics and epigenetics in human air pollution studies – new findings and methodological challenges.”

October 6 – Field Auditorium. Rebecca Fry, Ph.D., UNC-Chapel Hill … The placental epigenome as a driver of the developmental origins of health and disease.”

October 20 – Field Auditorium. Robert Tighe, M.D., Duke University Medical Center; Links between pulmonary macrophage function and environmental exposures.” 

November 3 – Field Auditorium. Andrew Whitehead, Ph.D., UC Davis;The solution to pollution is… Evolution? The genomic basis of rapid adaptation in killifish.”