Without departmental boundaries, the Interdisciplinary Toxicology Program provides a dynamic and entrepreneurial environment for responding to the complex issues of the present and the future.
Professor James Bruckner received the 2013 Scientific and Technological Achievement Award Level III from the U.S. Environmental Protection agency for research and publications resulting from a six-year EPA grant. The award was for making significant contributions to the agency’s priority area of infants and children’s health and risk assessment of pesticides. The publications were: Evaluation of deltamethrin kinetics and dosimety in the maturing rat using PBPK model in Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology; Age, Dose, and Time-Dependency of Plasma and Tissue Distribution of Deltamethrin in Immature Rats in Toxicological Sciences; and Ontogeny of Hepatic and Plasma Metabolism of Deltamethrin in Vitro: Role in Age-Dependent Acute Neurotoxicity in Drug Metabolism and Disposition…details
Mar 06, 2015Rahat Desai and Dr. Mary Alice Smith
Win first prize at the Center for Food Safety 2015 Conference.
TITLE: Comparison of Invasiveness and Biofilm Formation by Listeria monocytogenes Isolates from a
AUTHORS: Rahat Wadhwa Desai, Mayowa Amosu, Monica Chan, Jordan Zambrana and Mary Alice Smith.
Mar 02, 2015Natalie Scholpa Wins Young Investigator Award - SEBM
Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine has recognized Natalie Scholpa and presented her with a 2015 Young Investigator Award for her research, "Novel roles for hippocampal p21 in reward-induced behaviors". The other SEBM 2015 Young Investigator award winners are:
Bryan Becker, University of Nebraska Medical Center
Rebecca Bruning, The Pennsylvania State University
Jessica Faulkner, University of Mississippi Medical Center
Ayeeshik Kole, Indiana University School of Medicine
Mykola Mamenko, UT Health Science Center at Houston
Marshall Naimo, West Virginia University
Felix Nau, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center
Ahn Nguyen, UT Health Science Center
Alicia Schiller, University of Nebraska Medical Center
Jan 13, 2015Lisa Luo Wins Student Paper Competition
Congratulations to Lisa Luo, who won the student paper competition for Battelle Conference 2015 at New Orleans. She presented her work "In Situ Remediation of Perfluorooctanoic Acid via Enzyme-catalyzed Oxidative Humification Reactions" at the conference. Lisa's Major Advisor is Dr. Qingguo Huang.
Dec 19, 2014Dr. John Finger
John Finger receives PhD. Pictured (L to R): Dr. Travis Glenn and Dr. John Finger