Lecturers

  KEYNOTE: John Groopman, Ph.D.         Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health   Environmental Health in the Biology Century: Transitions from Population to Personalized Prevention

KEYNOTE: John Groopman, Ph.D.      
 
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Environmental Health in the Biology Century: Transitions from Population to Personalized Prevention

  Danielle Carlin, Ph.D.  NIEHS Superfund Research Program   Atherosclerosis as a Case Study to Understand the Joint Action of Environmental Chemical and Nonchemical Stressors    

Danielle Carlin, Ph.D.
NIEHS Superfund Research Program

Atherosclerosis as a Case Study to Understand the Joint Action of Environmental Chemical and Nonchemical Stressors

 

  Victor Corces, Ph.D.  Emory University   Mechanisms of transgenerational inheritance of obesity epiphenotypes         

Victor Corces, Ph.D.
Emory University

Mechanisms of transgenerational inheritance of obesity epiphenotypes
 

 

 

  Stephania Cormier, Ph.D.   Louisiana State University    Environmentally Persistent Free Radicals – a new Environmental Stressor Impacting Respiratory Health    

Stephania Cormier, Ph.D.
Louisiana State University

Environmentally Persistent Free Radicals – a new Environmental Stressor Impacting Respiratory Health

 

  JieJae Diao, Ph.D.    University of Cincinnati   Ultra-sensitive single-molecule fluorescent quantification of DNA epigenetic modifications in response to environmental cues

JieJae Diao, Ph.D.  
University of Cincinnati

Ultra-sensitive single-molecule fluorescent quantification of DNA epigenetic modifications in response to environmental cues

  Alvaro Puga, Ph.D.  University of Cincinnati   Chromium exposure disrupts chromatin architecture   

Alvaro Puga, Ph.D.
University of Cincinnati

Chromium exposure disrupts chromatin architecture
 

  Robert Tanguay, Ph.D.  Oregon Statue University   Using zebrafish as an integrated high throughput system for hazard assessments

Robert Tanguay, Ph.D.
Oregon Statue University

Using zebrafish as an integrated high throughput system for hazard assessments

  Ken Ramos, Ph.D.,M.D.  University of Arizona Health Sciences   Precision/Preventive Medicine    

Ken Ramos, Ph.D.,M.D.
University of Arizona Health Sciences

Precision/Preventive Medicine

 

  Justin Teeguarden, Ph.D.   Pacific Northwest National Laboratory    Overcoming Contextual Fallacies:  The Importance of Endogenous Hormone Exposures to the Interpretation of Toxicity and Exposure Data for Environmental Estrogens

Justin Teeguarden, Ph.D.
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Overcoming Contextual Fallacies:  The Importance of Endogenous Hormone Exposures to the Interpretation of Toxicity and Exposure Data for Environmental Estrogens

  Weida Tong, Ph.D.  NCTR/FDA  T he FDA experience with emerging genomics technologies and biomarker development – The past, present and future

Weida Tong, Ph.D.
NCTR/FDA

The FDA experience with emerging genomics technologies and biomarker development – The past, present and future

  Xia Huo, Ph.D.  Jinan University, Guangzhou, China   PM2.5-POPs exposure and umbilical cord blood POPs with birth outcomes   

Xia Huo, Ph.D.
Jinan University, Guangzhou, China

PM2.5-POPs exposure and umbilical cord blood POPs with birth outcomes
 

  Susanna-Assunta Sansone, Ph.D.                              University of Oxford, UK   Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable data: the FAIR principles - theory and practices

Susanna-Assunta Sansone, Ph.D.                            
University of Oxford, UK

Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable data: the FAIR principles - theory and practices

  Nassar Zawia, Ph.D.   URI Graduate School  Epigenetic drift, environmental exposure and Alzheimer's disease

Nassar Zawia, Ph.D. 
URI Graduate School

Epigenetic drift, environmental exposure and Alzheimer's disease

  William Slikker, Ph.D.  Food and Drug Administration, USA   Emerging Technologies and Biomarkers: Examples from the Central Nervous System

William Slikker, Ph.D.
Food and Drug Administration, USA

Emerging Technologies and Biomarkers: Examples from the Central Nervous System

  Peter Sly, Ph.D.                             University of Queensland, Australia   Air pollution, climate change and respiratory disease

Peter Sly, Ph.D.                            University of Queensland, Australia

Air pollution, climate change and respiratory disease

  Guodong Zhang, Ph.D.                         US FDA   Genomic diversity of foodborne pathogens in the food supply and the role of genomic sciences in the mitigation of pathogen persistence in foods and the food production

Guodong Zhang, Ph.D.                        US FDA

Genomic diversity of foodborne pathogens in the food supply and the role of genomic sciences in the mitigation of pathogen persistence in foods and the food production

Organizing Committee:

Stephania Cormier
James Kang
William Slikker

Executive Committee: 
Peter Stambrook
Warren Zimmer
James Kang

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