Fall 2020 Seminar Series

Duke Integrated Toxicology & Environmental Health Program

Fall 2020 Seminar Series (Pharm 847-S/ENV 847-S)

Fridays 12:00 – 1:15 p.m. Eastern time

*All seminars will be live-streamed on Zoom and recorded for later viewing – see registration details below*

Potential In-Person Options for Duke Attendees Coming Soon! Seminars are now 100% virtual only.

Sep 4 Xabier Arzuaga, PhD, US EPA; Applying the Adverse Outcome Pathway (AOP) framework to evaluate human relevance of dibutyl phthalate-induced male reproductive effects

Sep 11 Matthew Ruis, PhD Candidate, Duke University Nicholas School of the Environment; Pollutants concentrate in the fetal portion of the placenta: Implications for thyroid hormone regulation

Sep 18 Aaron Reuben, PhD Candidate, Duke University Department of Psychology & Neuroscience; Lifespan consequences of childhood lead exposure: evidence from the four-decade Dunedin Study

Sep 25 Amanda MacLeod, MD, Duke University School of Medicine, Dermatology & Immunology; Allergens and other skin toxicants affecting the immune system

Oct 2 Timothy Shafer, PhD, US EPA Biomolecular & Computational Toxicology Division; Evaluating neurotoxicity hazard using human and rodent neural networks

Oct 9 Staci Bilbo, PhD, Duke University Department of Psychology & Neuroscience; Combined social and chemical stressors worsen neurodevelopmental outcomes in mice: relevance for autism spectrum disorders

Oct 16 David Buchwalter, PhD, North Carolina State University; Linking physiology and life history outcomes to better understand the effect of temperature on the mayfly Neocloeon triangulifer

Oct 23 David Rich, ScD, University of Rochester; Are changes in ambient air pollution composition and mixtures leading to increased rates of adverse cardiovascular, respiratory, and infectious events and pregnancy outcomes? A New York State accountability study

Oct 30    Symposium: Marine Medicine: Oceans and Human Health (separate registration required)

Nov 6 Alexandra Noёl, PhD, Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine; Contribution of in utero second-hand smoke and electronic-cigarette aerosol exposures on lung development and diseases

Nov 13 Dana Miller, PhD, University of Washington; Genetic and epigenetic factors that mitigate H2S toxicity in metazoans

Nov 20 Linchen He, MEM, PhD Candidate, Duke University Nicholas School of the Environment; The Role of Melatonin in Pathophysiologic Responses to Air Pollution Exposure

Register HERE to receive a seminar’s Zoom link.  You will need to submit a separate registration for each seminar you want to attend.