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Envr 400: In-house Seminar Series

(Course call number ~ 4510)

0001 Michael Hooker Research Center ~ 12:00-12:50 Wed.



Program for Spring 2012

Abstracts will usually be available a week before the seminar.

Date Name Title (click for abstract) Focus Introduced by Media
01/18 Dr. Ken Sexton;
Research Assistant Professor, ESE
What can you do with a smog chamber? Atmospheric Sciences Dr. Kim Lichtveld;
Research Assistant, ESE
video*
01/25 Yen Low;
PhD Student, ESE
Prediction of liver toxicity using toxicogenomics and cheminformatics approaches Toxicology Dr. Ivan Rusyn;
Faculty, ESE
video*
02/01 Ampai Soros;
PhD Student, ESE
Bio-coagulant for household water treatment in developing countries Water and Sanitation Dr. Mark Sobsey;
Professor, ESE
video*
02/08 Bonnie Lyon;
PhD Candidate, ESE
A Tanning Bed for Waterborne Pathogens: Ultraviolet (UV) Drinking Water Treatment Aquatic Chemistry Dr. Howard Weinberg;
Faculty, ESE
video*
02/15 Alison Sanders;
PhD Student, ESE
Toxic metals and you, your mother, and your child Environmental Health Dr. Rebecca Fry;
Assistant Professor, ESE
video*
02/22 Alex Carll;
PhD Student, ESE
The Nervous Link between Inhaled Diesel Exhaust and an Unstable Heart Physiologic Toxicology Dr. Aimen K. Farraj;
Research Biologist, USEPA
video*
02/29 Zac Adelman;
PhD Student, ESE
What's your background? Long range air pollutant transport and the implications for regional air quality policy Air quality modeling Dr. Jason West;
Assistant Professor, ESE
video*
03/07
Spring Break
03/14 Ying-Hsuan Lin;
PhD Student, ESE
Formation of Secondary Organic Aerosol from Isoprene in the Earth's Atmosphere Atmospheric Chemistry Dr. Jason Surratt;
Assistant Professor, ESE
video*
03/21 Daniel Rotroff;
PhD Student, ESE
Hormone Dysregulation and its Impact on Human Health: Transforming the Way Environmental Chemicals are Tested for Endocrine Disrupting Potential Environmental Toxicology Dr. David Dix;
Deputy Director, NCCT, USEPA
video*
03/28 Joey Crosswell;
PhD Student, ESE
How big storms make North Carolina's normally-modest estuarine carbon fluxes wild and wet Climate Change Dr. Stephen Whalen;
Associate Professor, ESE
video*
* 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.