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Department of Environmental Health

Academic Programs

Spring 2017 Seminar Series

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Spring 2017 Seminar Series

4/19/17 - Environmental exposures effect on mitochondrial dysfunction, and signaling through extracellular vesicles/exosomes
Irfan Rahman, PhD
Seminar not recorded by request of the speaker

4/12/17 - New Insights in Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor Biology
Cornelis Elferink, Ph.D.
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4/5/17 - Reporting on Health at the Front Lines
Ben C. Solomon
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3/29/17 - On Missing Data in Clinical Trials
Jeff Vest, PhD
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3/22/17 - Opioid Overdose Prevention Programs in Ohio Correctional Facilities: Developing the PEER-OOP Intervention
Aaron T. Vissman, PhD, MPH
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3/8/17 - UBE3B - UBE3B, the gene involved in Kaufman oculocerebrofacial syndrome, is a calmodulin regulated, mitochondrion-associated E3 Ubiquitin Ligase
Robert W. Sobol
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3/1/17 - Molecular Neurotoxicology Studies Inform Application of the Public Health Exposome Framework in Vulnerable Urban Communities
Darryl B. Hood, Ph.D.
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2/22/17 - BP-3 and Mouse Models of High Fat Diet-Induced Breast Cancer
Richard C. Schwartz, PhD
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2/15/17 - Stopping the Spread of Diseases: Syringe Access Exchange Program
Stephanie Vogel, M.Ed., MCHES
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2/8/17 - Role of AHR in TCDD-mediated Impairment of Human Hematopoietic Stem Cell to B cell Lineage Commitment
Jinpeng Li, Ashwini Phadnis-Moghe, Bob Crawford, and Norb Kaminski
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1/31/17 - "Thrifty" Gene Variant Strongly Influences Human Obesity - The Samoan Adiposity Study
Ranjan Deka, Ph.D.
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1/25/17 - Water-Resistant Optodes for Chemical Measurement in Humid Environments
Anastasios Angelopoulos, Ph.D.
Seminar not published by request of the speaker

1/18/17 - Integration of New Technologies into Chemical Safety and Risk Assessment
Scott Wesselkamper, Ph.D.
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1/11/17 - Misconduct and miscommunication in scientific research and publishing
Mary Beth Genter, PhD DABT, Fellow, ATS
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