Duke Integrated Toxicology & Environmental Health Program
Spring 2024 Seminar Series (ENIVIRON 848-S/PHARM 848-S)
In-Person Location: Field Auditorium Room 1112, Grainger Hall, Duke University Nicholas School of the Environment (except where otherwise noted)
In-person attendance is free and open to the public.
Virtual attendance is free and open to the public.
Jan 18 Yan Lin, PhD; Duke Global Health Institute, Duke University; Polyunsaturated Fatty Acid-Derived Lipid Mediators: A Link Between Air Pollution and Cardiopulmonary Disease Development?
Jan 25 Larissa Williams, PhD; Bates College; Emerging Environmental Contaminant and Their Impact on Embryonic Development
Feb 1 Chris Counter, PhD; Duke University; RAS mutation tropism
Feb 8 Joshua Harill, PhD; EPA National Center for Computational Toxicology; Applications for In Vitro High-Throughput Profiling Assays In Next Generation Chemical Risk Assessment
Feb 15 Chris Gennings, PhD; Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai; Using Metrics of Human Relevant Exposures in Risk Assessment Considerations
Feb 22 Tim Shafer, PhD; US EPA; New Approach Methodology for Developmental Neurotoxicity: Past, Present and Future
Feb 29 Liping Feng, PhD; Duke University School of Medicine; Neurobehavioral Effects of Prenatal and Perinatal Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) Exposure through Drinking Water
Mar 7 Taylor Hoxie, PhD Candidate; Duke University; Assessing Exposure to Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances in the Indoor and Ambient Environment Utilizing Silicone Wristbands
Mar 21 Jess Brandt, PhD; University of Connecticut; Contaminant ecology in aquatic ecosystems
Mar 28 TBD
Apr 11 Kate Morton, PhD Candidate; Duke University; Mitochondrial Mechanisms of Toxicant Induced Dopaminergic Neurodegeneration in C. elegans
Apr 18 Joshua Prince, PhD Candidate, Duke University; Understanding Charged Species Transport in Bacterial Biofilms via Modelling, Experiments and Simulations
Apr 25 Shaza Gaballah, PhD Candidate, Duke University
This seminar series is supported in part by the National Institute Of Environmental Health Sciences of the National Institutes of Health under the Duke University Superfund Research Program (award P42ES010356) and the Duke University Program in Environmental Health (award T32ES021432). Seminar content is solely the responsibility of the speakers and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health.