Fall 2016 Seminar Series

Fall 2016 Schedule

Seminars will take place every Tuesday at 12:45 PM in HPNP room G-210 unless otherwise noted.

Date Title Speaker Institution Photo
8/30/2016 Response to a Spectrum of Community and Environmental Health Issues in Florida Dr. Andrew Kane Environmental & Global Health, University of Florida kaneseminar
9/13/2016 Linkage of In Vitro Assay Results with In Vivo End Points Dr. Nancy Denslow College of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Physiological Sciences & College of Medicine, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology,

University of Florida

9/20/2016 Probing Phtalate-induced Transcriptional Changes Related to Obesity in Zebrafish and Interference by Nanomaterials in Molecular Assays Amanda Buerger & Sarah Humes Environmental & Global Health, University of Florida saracrop1amanda
9/27/2016 Malaria and Cholera: Examining, Space, Place, and Scale in Modeling Climate-Disease Systems Dr. Sadie Ryan Medical Geography, University of Florida  sadie-ryan
10/4/2016 Invasive Species and Pathogen Pollution in the Americas Dr. Sam Wisely Dept. of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation, University of Florida  sam-wisely-pic
10/11/2016 Adenovirus Vaccine Restoration Arthur G. Lyons, PhD, MD, COL, MC  Washington D.C.  arthur-lyons-photo
10/18/2016 What do we need to know, that we don’t know, to eradicate cholera in Haiti Dr. Eric Jorge Nelson  Standford Medicine
10/25/2016 Antibiotic resistance Prevalence in Urinary Ureaplasma spp. isolates from college-aged women with first-time UTI and their genetic mechanisms of Resistance & Zika virus detection and identification of co-infection in travelers to Haiti and Colombia Sarah White & Marissa Valentine Environmental & Global Health, University of Florida  semnaroctober25
11/1/2016 Single-walled Carbon Nanotubes Alter the Immune Response to Influenza A Viral Infection * How improved understanding of knowledge, attitudes, and practices surrounding nutrition can serve to empower women and engage men in rural Honduras. Hao Chen & Katherine McNamara Environmental & Global Health, University of Florida  haokatie
11/9/2016 From the DWH Oil Spill to Sustainable Seafood and Human Health: Lessons Learned and Re-Learned Dr. Tracy Collier NIEHS Technical Advisor of the Deepwater Horizon Spill, NOAA Science Advisor for the Oceans and Human Health Initiative  tracy-collier
11/29/2016 The Unseen World on Your Fork Dr. Keith Lampel Director, Division of Microbiology within the Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition at the Food and Drug Administration and the Editor of the FDA’s Bacteriological Analytical Manual.  lampel

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