Spring 2016

Spring 2016 Seminar Series

Date Title Speaker & Institution
4/12/2016 How Not to Get Stoned: Oxalobacter Formigenes and the Prevention of Kidney Stones Dr. Paul Gulig

College of Medicine, University of Florida

Paul Gulig
4/5/2016  Microbial Metabolic Activities and Tumorigenesis:  The Story of E.coli-derived Colibactin Dr. Christian Jobin

Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition, University of Florida

3/29/2016 The Urban Habitat as a Result of Modern Transportation: Infrastructure, the Water Cycle and Public Health Dr. John Sansalone

Environmental Engineering Sciences, University of Florida

3/22/2016 Environmental Public Health Surveillance and Research in Florida Melissa Jordan & Dr. Kristina Kintziger

The Florida Department of Health

MelissaDr. Kristina Kintziger
3/15/2016 Overcoming Urban Water Insecurity with Infrastructure and Institutions Dr. James Jawitz

Soil and Water Science, University of Florida

3/8/2016 Dispelling the Controversy Surrounding Biodiversity — Infectious Disease Relationships Dr. Jason Rohr

Integrative Biology, University of South Florida

2/16/2016 Relative risk: Household Constraints and Nutrition Security Among Tanzanian Pastoralists Dr. Alyson Young

Anthropology, University of Florida

2/9/2016 Gender Disparities: Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Conditions in Peri-Urban Slums of Kenya
& The Role of Domestic Animals in Peri-Urban Households of Western Kenya
Poulomy Chakraborty & Amber Barnes ChakrabortyAmberBarnes
2/2/2016 Shiga Toxin-Producing Shigella Species: Tracking Down an Emerging Pathogen with International Implications Dr. Tony Maurelli

Environmental & Global Health, University of Florida

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1/26/2016 Air Pollution, Atmospheric Chemistry, and Health Impacts Dr. Barron Henderson

University of Florida

1/19/2016 Reflections, Advice, and the Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) Program at CDC Dr. Cuc Tran

Centers for Disease Control, Poxvirus and Rabies Branch

Dr. Cuc Tran2

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