ID Project(s) Activity Type If Other Activity Title Brief Summary Type Brief Summary
14082
Oregon State University: Chemistry Core
,Oregon State University: Community Engagement Core
,Oregon State University: Research Translation Core
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Interview/News Stories/Other Press , (undefined) , (undefined) , Media story highlighting OSU SRP and Hurricane Harvey research efforts
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14081
Oregon State University: Bridging Superfund Site Based Bioavailable Extracts with Biology
,Oregon State University: Chemistry Core
,Oregon State University: Research Translation Core
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Interview/News Stories/Other Press , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
OSU SRP wristband study in the wake of Hurricane Harvey highlighted again
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14074
Oregon State University: Bridging Superfund Site Based Bioavailable Extracts with Biology
,Oregon State University: Chemistry Core
,Oregon State University: Research Translation Core
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Interview/News Stories/Other Press , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
Dr. Anderson and OSU Harvey response highlighted in the news a second time
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14070
Oregon State University: Chemistry Core
,Oregon State University: Formation of Hazardous PAH Breakdown Products in Complex Environmental Mixtures at Superfund Sites
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Interview/News Stories/Other Press , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
Dr Simonich was quoted in in a WIRED article on synthetic food flavors. Link below.
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14069
Oregon State University: Bridging Superfund Site Based Bioavailable Extracts with Biology
,Oregon State University: Chemistry Core
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Interview/News Stories/Other Press , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
As previously reported, SRP Investigator Dr. Anderson, in collaboration with the RTC (Dr. Rohlman), is responding to Hurricane Harvey. Dr. Anderson's team was in Houston on September 20th, enrolling Houston-area individuals into a personal exposure study, using the passive sampling wristband. The local Fox news affiliate was on hand to capture the story.
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14067
Oregon State University: Chemistry Core
,Oregon State University: Research Translation Core
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Partnerships , (undefined) , OSU responds to Hurricane Harvey ,
Following the concern regarding hazardous chemical exposures as a result of Hurricane Harvey, OSU has mobilized and will be performing disaster research in partnership with Baylor College of Medicine, Texas A&M and University of Texas-Houston.
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13958
Oregon State University: Chemistry Core
,Oregon State University: Formation of Hazardous PAH Breakdown Products in Complex Environmental Mixtures at Superfund Sites
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Publications with Press Releases and Other High Impact Publications , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
The article, Implications of Bioremediation of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon-Contaminated Soils for Human Health and Cancer Risk, has been published by Environmental Science and Technology. Dr. Stacy Simonich is one of the authors. The article is now available online.
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13875
Oregon State University: Systems Approach to Define Toxicity of Complex PAH Mixtures
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Publications with Press Releases and Other High Impact Publications , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
A recent publication titled A multidisciplinary investigation of the technical and environmental performances of TAML/peroxide elimination of Bisphenol A compounds from water was published in Green Chemistry. This publication recently had a press release. Links to the article and press release are included below. The publication was a collaboration between Robert Tanguay (OSU SRP director) and Carnegie Mellon University.
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13830
Oregon State University: Bridging Superfund Site Based Bioavailable Extracts with Biology
,Oregon State University: Chemistry Core
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Publications with Press Releases and Other High Impact Publications , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
OSU SRP trainee Carey Donald and SRP leader Kim Anderson published a paper in Science of the Total Environment describing a novel passive sampler. The fugacity sampler was tested at the Eagle Wycoff Superfund site near Seattle, WA and in response to a recent train derailment resulting in an oil spill, in Mosier, OR.
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13608
Oregon State University: Bridging Superfund Site Based Bioavailable Extracts with Biology
,Oregon State University: Chemistry Core
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Publications with Press Releases and Other High Impact Publications , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
SRP Trainee Carey Donald published in Science of the Total Environment on her work regarding soil-air partitioning. The work was done at the Wykoff Eagle Superfund site near Seattle, WA. Using the new fugacity sampler, Donald and Anderson show that soil air can be measured in situ, allowing for a better understanding of how contaminants are deposited within Superfund sites.Specifically, the novel soil-air sampler was used to measure polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and polychlorinated biphenyls.
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13770
Oregon State University: Chemistry Core
,Oregon State University: Formation of Hazardous PAH Breakdown Products in Complex Environmental Mixtures at Superfund Sites
,Oregon State University: Systems Approach to Define Toxicity of Complex PAH Mixtures
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Publications with Press Releases and Other High Impact Publications , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
A new article, Formation of Developmentally Toxic Phenanthrene Metabolite Mixtures by Mycobacterium sp. ELW1, is now available on the Environmental Science + Technology website. The article may now be cited using the DOI assigned to it,10.1021/acs.est.7b01377. This article is a collaboration between Drs. Simonich and Tanguay and describes production of toxic PAHs from a remediation technique.
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13698 Oregon State University: Chemistry Core
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Awards , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
SRP trainee (Chemistry Core) Carolyn Poutasse, received one of the Top 3 Outstanding Posters Award for her research in Dr. Anderson's laborator. The meeting, ACS 72nd Northwest Regional Meeting, was held in Corvallis, OR. Applications of passive silicone wristband samplers: Agricultural and non-agricultural childhood pesticide exposures. C. Poutasse, P. Laurienti, K.A. Anderson.
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13699 Oregon State University: Chemistry Core
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Awards , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
SRP trainee (Chemistry Core) Holly Dixon was awarded an International Society for Exposure Science Travel Grant to attend the 2017 ISES conference in Research Triangle Park, NC, USA, from 15-19 October 2017. Holly will be presenting her research at the meeting as one of the requirements of the award.
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13693 Oregon State University: Community Engagement Core
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Partnerships , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
Anne Bozack from Columbia University is beginning her KC Donnelly externship with Molly Kile in the OSU Community Engagement Core. As part of her externship, Anne will be learning how to report results back to participants and engaged communities.
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13694 Oregon State University: Research Translation Core
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Workshops/Events , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
Dr. Rohlman was invited by the Girls State organizers to speak in their inaugural Women in Science panel. Approximately 125 young women attended the weekly event. Feedback following the panel was positive, with organizers deciding to continue the panel in future events. Girls State is a summer camp for high school students to learn about politics by simulating municipal and state government elections, and holding legislative debates. In addition, the summer camp focuses leadership and career development.
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13535
Oregon State University: Bridging Superfund Site Based Bioavailable Extracts with Biology
,Oregon State University: Chemistry Core
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Awards , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
Dr. Kim Anderson announced as the 2017 Oregon State University Faculty Innovator Award.This award recognizes a faculty member whose extraordinarily high impact innovations from research are translated into transformative results that help promote economic development and social progress. This award specifically recognizes impact achieved through engagement in commercialization partnerships; exceptional engagement in commercialization of research results through start-up businesses (MyExposome.com); research leadership recognized nationally and internationally; and a high degree of student engagement in research and commercialization efforts. The awards committee was clearly impressed with Kim's achievements in all of the areas of evaluation.
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13568
Oregon State University: Systems Approach to Define Toxicity of Complex PAH Mixtures
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Press Releases , (undefined) , (undefined) , Press release submitted yesterday now in the new, see attached link
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13607
Oregon State University: Chemistry Core
,Oregon State University: Formation of Hazardous PAH Breakdown Products in Complex Environmental Mixtures at Superfund Sites
,Oregon State University: Systems Approach to Define Toxicity of Complex PAH Mixtures
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Workshops/Events , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
Drs. Tanguay and Simonich will be presenting their research at the 15th International Congress on Combustion By-Products and Their Health Effects in Seoul, Korea. The theme of the conference is Coping with expanding regulations: Health and environmental effects of combustion by-products from newly recognized sources of pollution. The conference is held June 27-30, 2017
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13346
Oregon State University: Formation of Hazardous PAH Breakdown Products in Complex Environmental Mixtures at Superfund Sites
,Oregon State University: Systems Approach to Define Toxicity of Complex PAH Mixtures
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Publications with Press Releases and Other High Impact Publications , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
Recent paper published through a collaborative project between Drs. Tanguay and Simonich. Title- Investigating the application of a nitroreductase-expressing transgenic zebrafish line for high-throughput toxicity testing
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13347
Oregon State University: PAHs in Humans at Environmental Levels: Pharmacokinetics, Metabolism and Susceptible Individuals
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Interaction with ATSDR , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
Dr. Jordan Smith gave an invited talk called Better Understanding Exposures to PAHs and Pesticides as an example of an investigator initiated research translation activity. The talk was in Atlanta, GA at ATSDR on 4-20-2017.
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13487
Oregon State University: Formation of Hazardous PAH Breakdown Products in Complex Environmental Mixtures at Superfund Sites
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Seminars , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
Dr. Staci Simonich participated in a May 25 seminar at Oregon State University. The topic of the seminar was, Does Science Have a Seat at the Decision Making Table? The event was sponsored by Women in Science, Women in Policy & Women in Marine Sciences.
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13488 Oregon State University: Administrative Core
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Press Releases , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
Dr. Katrina Waters, SRP Deputy Director, was recognized for her work with other Pacific Northwest National Laboratory scientists in helping stem the Ebola epidemic in West Africa 2 years ago. The scientists were honored with the Secretary of Energy's Appreciation Award.
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13489
Oregon State University: Formation of Hazardous PAH Breakdown Products in Complex Environmental Mixtures at Superfund Sites
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Other , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
Mary Leonard joins the Simonich Lab to work on Project 5, Formation of hazardous PAH breakdown products in complex environmental mixtures at Superfund Sites.
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13490
Oregon State University: Biostatistics and Modeling Research Support Core
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Workshops/Events , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
Core C - Biostatistics & Modeling, will lead a workshop titled, Omics and Bioinformatics Workshop, on September 13-14 for SRP trainees. The workshop will provide an overview of RNAseq processing, statistical analysis, data visualizations and bioinformatics tools through combined lectures and hands-on sessions using R and web-based tools.
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13491
Oregon State University: Bridging Superfund Site Based Bioavailable Extracts with Biology
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Awards , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
SRP trainee Jamie Minick received the 1st Place Student Platform Presentation Award at the recent 2017 Pacific Northwest Chapter of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. 26th Annual Meeting. The title of his presentation was Hazard assessment of a PAH Superfund mixture in the zebrafish developmental toxicity model. (Minick, J, Geier, M, Tanguay, R, Anderson, K)
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13492
Oregon State University: PAHs in Humans at Environmental Levels: Pharmacokinetics, Metabolism and Susceptible Individuals
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Awards , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
Dr. Dave Williams was recently named the Helen P. Rumbel Professor for Cancer Prevention at Oregon State University. He was honored along with other Endowed Professors at the Celebration of Outstanding Faculty dinner. Photographs will be sent in a separate email
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13347
Oregon State University: PAHs in Humans at Environmental Levels: Pharmacokinetics, Metabolism and Susceptible Individuals
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Interaction with ATSDR , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
Dr. Jordan Smith gave an invited talk called Better Understanding Exposures to PAHs and Pesticides as an example of an investigator initiated research translation activity. The talk was in Atlanta, GA at ATSDR on 4-20-2017.
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13346
Oregon State University: Formation of Hazardous PAH Breakdown Products in Complex Environmental Mixtures at Superfund Sites
,Oregon State University: Systems Approach to Define Toxicity of Complex PAH Mixtures
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Publications with Press Releases and Other High Impact Publications , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
Recent paper published through a collaborative project between Drs. Tanguay and Simonich. Title- Investigating the application of a nitroreductase-expressing transgenic zebrafish line for high-throughput toxicity testing
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13269
Oregon State University: Systems Approach to Define Toxicity of Complex PAH Mixtures
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Publications with Press Releases and Other High Impact Publications , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
New paper published in Molecular Pharmacology. In vivo characterization of an AHR-dependent long non-coding RNA required for proper Sox9b expression. We are pleased to announce that the above manuscript has been published online in the Fastforward section of the Journal. Please visit http://molpharm.aspetjournals.org to view the published manuscript.
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13248 Oregon State University: Administrative Core
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Publications with Press Releases and Other High Impact Publications , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
Correction to previous submission regarding Dr. Tanguay being highlighted in an EDF report- the correct link is provided below
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13247 Oregon State University: Administrative Core
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Publications with Press Releases and Other High Impact Publications , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
Dr. Tanguay was quoted in a report of Environmental Defense Fund's meeting, Elucidating Environmental Dimensions of Neurological Disorders and Diseases: Understanding New Tools from Federal Chemical Testing Programs (June 18-19th at the University of California, Davis). The report has been recently published in Science of the Total Environment. The publication is freely available in full until May 18, 2017.
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13154
Oregon State University: Biostatistics and Modeling Research Support Core
,Oregon State University: Bridging Superfund Site Based Bioavailable Extracts with Biology
,Oregon State University: Chemistry Core
,Oregon State University: Formation of Hazardous PAH Breakdown Products in Complex Environmental Mixtures at Superfund Sites
,Oregon State University: PAHs in Humans at Environmental Levels: Pharmacokinetics, Metabolism and Susceptible Individuals
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Press Releases , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
See below for multiple press releases regarding recent publications from SRP OSU Investigators
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13153
Oregon State University: Administrative Core
,Oregon State University: Training Core
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Awards , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
Student awards at Baltimore, MD Society of Toxicology meeting Gloria Garcia (Tanguay Lab) 2nd place Molecular and Systems Biology SS graduate student award Yvonne Chang (Tilton Lab): 1st Place, Best Abstract Award, Mixtures Specialty Section Yvonne Chang (Tilton Lab): Robert J. Rubin Travel Award, Risk Assessment and Mechanisms Specialty Sections Yvonne Chang (Tilton Lab): 3rd Place Graduate Student Award, Carcinogenesis Specialty Section Stacy Schkoda (2016 Summer Research Intern - Tanguay Lab) - Pfizer Travel Award Lauren Heine (2016 Summer Research Intern - Tilton Lab) - Pfizer Travel Award Gloria Garcia (Tanguay Lab): 2017 Eric Andreasen Award.
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13013
Oregon State University: Formation of Hazardous PAH Breakdown Products in Complex Environmental Mixtures at Superfund Sites
,Oregon State University: Systems Approach to Define Toxicity of Complex PAH Mixtures
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Publications with Press Releases and Other High Impact Publications , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
Publication. Andrea L. Knecht, Lisa Truong, Michael T. Simonich, Robert L. Tanguay (2017)Developmental benzo[a]pyrene (B[a]P) exposure impacts larval behavior and impairs adult learning in zebrafish. Neurotoxicology and Teratology, 59: 27 34. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ntt.2016.10.006
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12826
Oregon State University: Chemistry Core
,Oregon State University: Cross-Species and Life Stage Comparisons of PAH Dosimetry
,Oregon State University: Formation of Hazardous PAH Breakdown Products in Complex Environmental Mixtures at Superfund Sites
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Publications with Press Releases and Other High Impact Publications , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
Drs. Staci Simonich and Rick Corley published a collaborative paper in PNAS. The study demonstrated that organic aerosol coatings prevent benzo[a]pyrene from being oxidized during global long range transport and may explain its persistence. A link to the article and the press release is included below.
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12772
Oregon State University: Chemistry Core
,Oregon State University: Formation of Hazardous PAH Breakdown Products in Complex Environmental Mixtures at Superfund Sites
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Publications with Press Releases and Other High Impact Publications , (undefined) , (undefined) , New article published. Leah Chibwe and Ivan Titately are SRP trainees.
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12732
Oregon State University: Bridging Superfund Site Based Bioavailable Extracts with Biology
,Oregon State University: Chemistry Core
,Oregon State University: Community Engagement Core
,Oregon State University: Training Core
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Publications with Press Releases and Other High Impact Publications,Workshops/Events , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
In response to the BP oil spill in 2010, and the Hurricanes in 2011 and 2012 we developed a workshop in collaboration LSU. The workshop, titled, Response, Recovery and Resilience to Oil Spills and Environmental Disasters, was held on January 29, 2013 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The workshop provided for the first time a venue with a cross-section of individuals to share their experiences and to explore how improvements in pre-emergency planning, post-event monitoring of environmental conditions, and better communication of exposure risks might contribute to stronger recovery and enhance community resilience. The manuscript Response, Recovery and Resilience to Oil Spills and Environmental Disasters: Exploration and Use of Novel Approaches to Enhance Community Resilience has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Environmental Health. The objectives of this paper were to: (1) present findings from participant experiences that could be generalizable and useful to others involved in disaster response and recovery efforts; (2) address gaps in our theoretical understanding of the processes by which resilience is enhanced, specifically, those linkages between response and recovery to resilience; and (3) offer specific recommendations and create a new framework for the improvement of response, recovery and resilience in future disasters.
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12677
Oregon State University: PAHs in Humans at Environmental Levels: Pharmacokinetics, Metabolism and Susceptible Individuals
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Interaction with EPA , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
Dr. Rick Corley participated in the EPA Integrated Risk Information System (IRIS) program to draft toxicological reviews of Benzo[a]pyrene (B[a]P). The meeting was held on June 29-30, 2016 in Arlington, VA. Dr. Corley provided expertise in PBPK modeling, specifically as the approach could determine appropriate dose-metrics for expressing absorbed B[a]P dose, modeling absorbed dose as a function of exposure parameters, and scaling absorbed dose between mouse skin and human skin. Additional information is available online at https://www.epa.gov/iris/iris-public-science-meeting-june-2016 under the tab Meeting Materials BaP .
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12646
Oregon State University: Biostatistics and Modeling Research Support Core
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Awards , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
Lauren Heine, an undergraduate student at University of New Mexico, was a summer intern in the Tilton lab. Her internship was supported by the Society of Toxicology (SOT) and EMT Department at Oregon State University. Lauren received training in bioinformatics and RNAseq data analysis. She was awarded the Pfizer SOT Undergraduate Travel Award to present her research at the nextSOT Annual Meeting in Baltimore, MD (March 2017). Her presentation is titled, Impact of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons on Barrier Function Toxicity in a 3D Lung Model.
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12559
Oregon State University: Formation of Hazardous PAH Breakdown Products in Complex Environmental Mixtures at Superfund Sites
,Oregon State University: Systems Approach to Define Toxicity of Complex PAH Mixtures
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Publications with Press Releases and Other High Impact Publications , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
Chlebowski, A.C., R.L. Tanguay, and S.L. Simonich, Quantitation and prediction of sorptive losses during toxicity testing of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) and nitrated PAH (NPAH) using polystyrene 96-well plates. Neurotoxicol Teratol, 2016. 57: p. 30-38.
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12560
Oregon State University: Biostatistics and Modeling Research Support Core
,Oregon State University: Systems Approach to Define Toxicity of Complex PAH Mixtures
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Publications with Press Releases and Other High Impact Publications , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
Haggard, D.E., P.D. Noyes, K.M. Waters, and R.L. Tanguay, Phenotypically anchored transcriptome profiling of developmental exposure to the antimicrobial agent, triclosan, reveals hepatotoxicity in embryonic zebrafish. Toxicol Appl Pharmacol, 2016. 308: p. 32-45. Pubmed central ID# PMC5023494
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12558
Oregon State University: Systems Approach to Define Toxicity of Complex PAH Mixtures
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Publications with Press Releases and Other High Impact Publications , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
Recently accepted article from Project 3 (Leader, Tanguay). Online version available below Article title: Developmental benzo[a]pyrene (B[a]P) exposure impacts larval behavior and impairs adult learning in zebrafish
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12486
Oregon State University: Bridging Superfund Site Based Bioavailable Extracts with Biology
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Other , Grants awarded , (undefined) ,
NIH has announced the awardees for the National Institutes of Health ECHO RFA (Environmental influences on Child Health Outcomes (ECHO). Dr. Anderson is a co-Investigator on two of the funded applications: 1) 1) Columbia Center for Children's Environmental Health (CCCEH) PIs, Frederica Perera and Julie Herbstmann. 2 2) Dartmouth College, Pediatric Cohort, PIs Margaret Karagas and Derik Hertel.
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12647 Oregon State University: Training Core
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Workshops/Events , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
Drs. Stacey Harper and Susan Tilton organized a work-shadow mentoring event for SRP trainees at the 2016 Annual Pacific Northwest Association of Toxicologists (PANWAT) held at Oregon State University (Sept. 29-30, 2016). The work-shadow event was co-sponsored by the OSU SRP Training Core and PANWAT.
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12645
Oregon State University: Bridging Superfund Site Based Bioavailable Extracts with Biology
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Interaction with EPA , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
The McCormick and Baxter Superfund Site is located on the Willamette River in Portland, Oregon and has PAH contaminated soils and sediments from historical creosote operations. As part of an Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (ODEQ) ten year study to assess the effectiveness of the sediment cap, passive sampling devices from Kim Anderson's lab were deployed by U.S. EPA Region 10 divers in both sediment and water at the site. Included in this study was a newly designed passive sampling sediment probe which allowed for deployment in the rocky armoring of the sediment cap. Based on data from this study, the ODEQ reported that the sediment cap appears to be effective in meeting its remedial objectives. The full results of the study, used to inform ODEQ regulatory decision making, is available here (https://semspub.epa.gov/work/10/100031136.pdf), beginning on page 20.
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12643 Oregon State University: Research Translation Core
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Interaction with EPA,Service on Advisory Panels/Boards , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
In October of 2016, Dr. Teeguarden was invited to review the goals, accomplishments and plans of the Exposure Science in the 21st Century Federal Partners Working Group during a meeting of the group in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. The ES21 FPWG is a partnership across multiple federal agencies, including the DOD, NIH, EPA, CDC and others, with the goal of advancing the application and use of exposure science through collective strategic planning and coordination, and leveraging of resources, tools and expertise through collaboration. Dr. Teeguarden provided strategic guidance on potential high impact areas for future collaboration from the perspective of one of the authors of the national academy of sciences report on Exposure Science in the 21 Century: A Vision and a Strategy.
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12642
Oregon State University: Community Engagement Core
,Oregon State University: Formation of Hazardous PAH Breakdown Products in Complex Environmental Mixtures at Superfund Sites
,Oregon State University: Research Translation Core
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Partnerships , (undefined) , OSU - Swinomish air sampling ,
(Nov. 28-29, 2016) Dr. Rohlman (CEC/RTC) and Amber Kramer (Project 5) traveled to LaConner, WA to meet with the Community Environmental Health Program and Air Program of the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community. This project was started in January 2016, in response to the Swinomish Senate requesting more community air toxics monitoring. OSU is collecting high volume air samples to evaluate PM2.5 and parent, oxy- and nitro-PAHs. The Swinomish Air Program is providing additional data (ambient PM2.5, ozone, temperature) to aid in the analysis being conducted by Project 5, led by Dr. Staci Simonich, in collaboration with the Community Engagement Core, led by Dr. Molly Kile.
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12535 Oregon State University: Chemistry Core
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Publications with Press Releases and Other High Impact Publications , A comment has been accepted and responded to regarding the following paper I. Titaley, A. Chlebowski, L. Truong, R. Tanguay, S.L. Massey Simonich. 2016. Identification and Toxicological Evaluation of Unsubstituted PAHs and Novel PAH Derivatives in Pavement Sealcoat Products Environmental Science and Technology Letters, 3 (6), 234-242 ,
12466
Oregon State University: Chemistry Core
,Oregon State University: Community Engagement Core
,Oregon State University: Research Translation Core
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Partnerships , (undefined) , Development of an internal training video ,
Oregon State SRP is working with the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community to collect PM2.5 data. Dr. Staci Simonich with the Chemistry Core worked with Swinomish staff and the Community Engagement Core to install two high volume air samplers. Swinomish staff are collecting samples twice a month and returning samples to OSU for analysis. During the initial deployment, Swinomish requested a short training video. The Research Translation Core recorded the deployment and produced a short training video outlining the deployment and collection protocols. Under the terms of the Data and Material Sharing and Ownership Agreement with the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community, this video will remain for internal use only.
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12443 Oregon State University: Chemistry Core
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Other , Presentation to the Environmental Health Science and Research Bureau of Health Canada , (undefined) ,
Dr. Staci Simonich will speak at the Environmental Health Science and Research Bureau of Health Canada in Ottawa, Canada (September 27-29)
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