Oct 29 2014

Tox Seminar with Richard Woychik, PhD 10/31

Please join us for this Friday’s Tox Seminar with Dr. Richard Woychik from NIEHS. His talk is titled “Exploring the Epigenetic Landscape of Environmental Exposures.” Come by Field Auditorium noon-1:30!

Oct 27 2014

Congratulations to Xiaoxing Cui!

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Congratulations to ITEHP graduate student Xiaoxing Cui  for receiving 1st place in the student poster competition at the International Society of Exposure Science 2014 conference in Cincinnati, Ohio! Xiaoxing’s poster was titled, “Comparison of Free and Total Malondialdehyde as a Biomarker of Oxidative Stress.” There were over 40 students participating in the poster presentation competition …

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Oct 15 2014

Tox Seminar with Seth Kullman, PhD – 10/17

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Join us for this Friday’s ToxSeminar with Dr. Seth Kullman from North Carolina State University. His talk is titled “Can Environmental Exposures Recapitulate Genetic Skeletal Dysplasia: A Case Study with a Prototypic AhR Ligand.” Come by Field Auditorium 10/17 at noon for this great talk.

Oct 09 2014

Have you registered for the ToxSymposium?

Don’t forget to register for this semester’s symposium! Low Dose Effects / Non-Monotonic Responses of Endocrine Disruptors When: Friday, October 24, 2014 at 8:30AM-4:00PM Where: Searle Center Lecture Hall, Seeley G Mudd Building, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC No cost to attend, but RSVP is required. Register here! 

Oct 08 2014

Tox Seminar with Sven-Eric Jordt, PhD – 10/10

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Join us for this Friday’s Tox Seminar with Dr. Sven-Eric Jordt from Duke University Medical Center. His talk is titled “Counter Irritation by Menthol: Pharmacological Targets and Implications for Smoking Initiation.” Come by Field Auditorium from noon to 1:30pm for this great talk!

Oct 01 2014

Tox Seminar with Dr. Manijeh Berenji 10/3

Please join us for ToxSeminar this Friday with Manijeh Berenji, MD, MPH from Duke University Medical Center. Dr. Berenji’s talk is titled “Clinical Reality of Heavy Metal Intoxication.” The talk will begin at noon in Environment Hall, Field Auditorium.

Sep 29 2014

Save the Date! NC Society of Toxicology – Career Panel Discussion 10/9

The NC Society of Toxicology is holding a career panel discussion, “Hot Topics in Toxicology. Fracking, Coal Fly Ash, E Cigarettes,” on October 9th from 12pm-1:00 pm at NIEHS Main Campus, Research Triangle Park. Pre-registration is required and there are a limited number of seats, so register now! Follow the links below for registration information. …

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Sep 25 2014

Daniel Brown wins McClellan-Green Award

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Congratulations to Daniel Brown, an ITEHP graduate student in Richard Di Giulio’s laboratory, who recently received the 2014 Pat McClellan-Green student travel award! Dan will be using the grant to attend the 2014 SETAC (Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry) Meeting in Vancouver. The title of his oral presentation is “Sublethal Embryonic Exposure to Complex …

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Sep 24 2014

Tox Seminar with Nicole Kleinstreuer, PhD 9/26

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Please join us this Friday, 9/26 for ToxSeminar with Dr. Nicole Kleinstreuer from the ILS/NTP Interagency Center for the Evaluation of Alternative Toxicological Methods (NICEATM). Her talk is titled “Computational Toxicology Tools: Constructing and Evaluating an Adverse Outcome Pathway for Embryonic Vascular Disruption.” The seminar will begin at noon in Environment Hall, Field Auditorium.

Sep 23 2014

Congratulations Dr. Kuhn!

Our very own Cynthia Kuhn, Director of Graduate Studies, has earned a Golden Goose Award in recognition of her work on a federally funded study that has turned out to have a significant impact on society. Dr Kuhn and her collaborators received the award last week in a ceremony in Washington, DC. More on this …

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