This Friday’s Tox Seminar is with Dr. Jordan Bailey, a Duke University Postdoctoral Associate. Her talk is titled “The Development and Use of a Neurobehavioral Test Battery for the Characterization of Environmental Toxicants: An Evaluation of Firemaster 550.” Join us in Field Auditorium at noon.
Jan 28 2015
Jan 21 2015
This Friday’s Tox Seminar is with Mamle Quarmyne, an ITEHP Doctoral Candidate at Duke University. This week’s talk is titled “Protein Tyrocsine Phosphatase Receptor Type S (PTPRS) Regulates Hematopoietic Stem-Cell Self Renewal.” Join us in Field Auditorium at noon.
Jan 14 2015
This Friday’s Tox Seminar is with Mamta Behl, Ph.D. from NIEHS, NTP. Her talk is titled “Screening Compounds with Developmental and Neurotoxic Potential: Flame Retardants, a Case Example.” Please join us in Environment Hall, Field Auditorium at noon.
Dec 09 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
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 …
Dec 03 2014
Nov 19 2014
Nov 18 2014
Cardno ChemRisk will be on-campus on November 21 for an Information Session and to conduct interviews. If you are interested in an interview during their visit, please email your resume to Dr. Marisa Kreider at Marisa.Kreider@cardno.com by NOVEMBER 19. She will then be in contact with you to schedule an interview. All interviews will take place at the Career and …
Nov 05 2014
Oct 31 2014
We’ve had a room change for next week’s (11/7) seminar with Daniel Brown. Please find us in the new Environment Hall, Room 2102. Same time! Questions: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com