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Envr 400: In-house Seminar Series

0001 Hooker Research Center ~ 12:20-1:10 Wed.

Program for Spring 2015

Abstracts will usually be available a week before the seminar.

Date Name Title (click for abstract) Focus Introduced by
01/14 Dr. Carol Folt;
Chancellor, UNC
Joint Professor, ESE
Environmental Leadership Advocacy Dr. Michael Aitken;
Professor and Chair, ESE
01/21 Yuqiang Zhang
PhD Candidate, ESE
Does addressing climate change also reduce air pollution? Air Pollution Dr. Jason West;
Associate Professor, ESE
01/28 Sarah Hatcher
PhD Candidate, ESE
Industrial livestock production and "superbugs": what do we know and where do we go from here? Environmental Microbiology Dr. Jill Stewart;
Associate Professor, ESE
02/04 Dr. R. Wayne Litaker;
Research Fisheries Biologist, NOAA
Ciguatera fish poisoning: public health, ecological and economic consequences of this neglected tropical illness Aquatic and Environmental Health Dr. Jill Stewart;
Associate Professor, ESE
02/11 Grace Chappell;
PhD Candidate, ESE
The road less traveled: epigenetic effects of genotoxic chemicals unraveled Genetic Toxicology Dr. Wanda Bodnar;
Director, Biomarker Mass Spectrometry Facility
Due to inclement weather, Maiko Arashiro's seminar has been moved to April 1st.
02/25 Dr. James Sollome;
Postdoctoral Research Associate, ESE
Heavy Metal Bringing You Down!? Low Birth Weight Associated With Toxic Metal Exposure Environmental Health Dr. Rebecca Fry;
Associate Professor, ESE
03/04 Panitan Jutaporn;
PhD Candidate, ESE
Magnetic ion exchange (MIEX) resins and membranes: A perfect match for drinking water treatment? Water Treatment Dr. Orlando Coronell;
Assistant Professor, ESE
03/18 Eliot Meyer;
PhD Candidate, ESE
Superior solutions to an Erie problem: managing financial risk from water scarcity on the Great Lakes Environmental Financial Risk Dr. Greg Characklis;
Professor, ESE
03/25 Kristen Downs;
PhD Candidate, ESE
Platonic or hostile?: Characterizing the relationship between climate change and diarrheal disease Water and Sanitation Dr. Dale Whittington;
Professor, ESE
04/01 Maiko Arashiro;
PhD Candidate, ESE
Tree huggers beware: the biological effects of isoprene-derived aerosol Air Quality and Health Dr. Jason Surratt;
Assistant Professor, ESE
* Video links to an integrated website containing audio, video, and slides. You may be prompted to download Microsoft Silverlight in order to view this media. Video will be available shortly after the conclusion of the seminar.