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Oregon State University: Administrative Core
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EPA Awards $3.9 Million to Research PFAS Challenges, Reducing Health Impacts. The following universities are receiving grants. Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon, to study the toxicity of a large collection of PFAS and PFAS mixtures with the zebrafish assay and mice studies to identify toxic PFAS that require prioritization for risk management.
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Oregon State University: PAHs in Humans at Environmental Levels: Pharmacokinetics, Metabolism and Susceptible Individuals
,Do you want SRP to share the information with other grantees or stakeholders? Yes
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Publications with Press Releases and Other High Impact Publications , (undefined) , (undefined) , New paper evaluating benzo[a]pyrene metabolism in humans
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Oregon State University: Cross-Species and Life Stage Comparisons of PAH Dosimetry
,Do you want SRP to share the information with other grantees or stakeholders? Yes
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Publications with Press Releases and Other High Impact Publications , (undefined) , (undefined) , New paper published around benzo[a]pyrene.
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Oregon State University: Research Translation Core
,Do you want SRP to share the information with other grantees or stakeholders? Yes
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SRP RTC Co-leader Stacey Harper was named to the National Nanotechnology Initiative Women's History Month List.
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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
,Do you want SRP to share the information with other grantees or stakeholders? Yes
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Publications with Press Releases and Other High Impact Publications , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
Recent paper demonstrating a collaboration between SRP leaders Simonich and Tanguay; includes SRP trainees Delgado and Roper. Formation of PAH Derivatives and Increased Developmental Toxicity during Steam Enhanced Extraction Remediation of Creosote Contaminated Superfund Soil, is now available on the Environmental Science + Technology website. Your article may now be cited using the DOI assigned to it. The DOI assigned to this article is 10.1021/acs.est.8b07231, and is an accepted form of citation
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Oregon State University: Community Engagement Core
,Do you want SRP to share the information with other grantees or stakeholders? Yes
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SRP trainee Sydelle Harrison (CEC) was awarded the Faculty Choice award for her poster, TEK Health: Developing culturally appropriate media messages for risk reduction, at the OSU College of Public Health and Human Sciences 2019 Graduate Student Research Poster Session.
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Oregon State University: Chemistry Core
,Oregon State University: Community Engagement Core
,Oregon State University: Research Translation Core
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Other , Collaborative publication , (undefined) ,
The OSU SRP collaborated with the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community to conduct personal sampling. The description of the community-engaged process and the results from the sampling are included in a new publication. A PDF of the paper can be made available.
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Oregon State University: Biostatistics and Modeling Research Support Core
,Do you want SRP to share the information with other grantees or stakeholders? Yes
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Awards , (undefined) , 2019 Colgate-Palmolive Award for Student Research Training in Alternative Methods ,
Doctoral candidate Yvonne Chang, working with Dr. Susan Tilton, has been awarded the 2019 Colgate-Palmolive Award for Student Research Training in Alternative Methods by SOT for her research project: Linking Co-regulated Gene Modules with Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon-Related Cancer Risk in the 3D Human Bronchial Epithelium. Yvonne will receive her award at the SOT 58th Annual Meeting and ToxExpo in Baltimore, Maryland, March 10 14, 2019.
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Oregon State University: Chemistry Core
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Press Releases , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
Dr. Anderson's research is highlighted in PNAS this week in a News Feature: Exposing the exposome to elucidate disease under the subheading: Wristbands and Satellites
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Oregon State University: Chemistry Core
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Service on Advisory Panels/Boards, (undefined), (undefined),
Dr. Kim Anderson sits on the following Advisory Boards 1.U.S. Air Force and PNNL Technical Advisory Board for Total Exposure Health Conference and Workshop, December 2017-Sept 2018. 2. US EPA Environmental Laboratory Advisory Board, Sept 2016- 2020 Dr. Kim Anderson was an invited speaker at the Oregon Health Science University in Portland, OR on October 19th, 2018, and an invited speaker at the Total Exposure Health Conference, Bridging Exposure and Precision Medicine, Maryland, September 2018
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Oregon State University: Chemistry Core
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Patent: Anderson KA, and O'Connell SG, Passive Sampling Device, U.S. Patents, 9,849,489 in 2018.
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Oregon State University: Chemistry Core
,Oregon State University: Research Translation Core
,Oregon State University: Training Core
,Do you want SRP to share the information with other grantees or stakeholders? Yes
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Seminars , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
SRP Trainee Holly Dixon gave the following invited talks. Dixon H, Anderson KA. 2018. Invited presentation: Silicone wristbands to assess personal chemical exposure. Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai: New York City Exposome Symposium. Dixon H, Anderson KA. 2018. Invited presentations: Silicone wristbands to assess personal chemical exposure. Seminar at the Columbia Center for Children's Environmental Health and NIEHS Center. RTC Co-lead Dr. Rohlman gave the following invited talk Rohlman D., Kincl, L., Dixon H., Evoy R., Barton M., Anderson K.A. Research and Reporting back: Community-engaged investigation around asthma and air pollution. Columbia Center for Children's Environmental Health. New York, NY. November 29, 2018.
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Oregon State University: Cross-Species and Life Stage Comparisons of PAH Dosimetry
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Publications with Press Releases and Other High Impact Publications , (undefined) , (undefined) , New paper describing novel chemical toxicity signatures in zebrafish
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Oregon State University: Chemistry Core
,Oregon State University: Research Translation Core
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Dr. Rohlman and SRP trainee Holly Dixon traveled to Columbia University (New York) to participate in two focus groups wherein participants received their results from a prior wristband study. The study is led by Dr. Julie Herbstman (Columbia) and Dr. Kim Anderson (OSU). The focus groups were available in English and Spanish, and a video was prepared for individuals that received their results but could not attend the meetings. This project was complimentary to another NIEHS funded study (Anderson PI, Rohlman key personnel) using wristbands. The feedback from participants was positive. The video has both English and Spanish subtitles.
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Oregon State University: Chemistry Core
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Dr. Kim Anderson held an External Advisory Council meeting in Yachats, OR on October 4-5 to elicit feedback on her FSES program and the SRP Chemistry Core. A video showing highlights from the 20yr lab history was shown at the meeting.
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Oregon State University: Research Translation Core
,Do you want SRP to share the information with other grantees or stakeholders? Yes
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The University of Washington SRP and the Oregon State University SRP are co-sponsoring an Environmental Health Webinar on Dec. 6, 2018. Dr. Rohlman (RTC) is the featured speaker. An EventBrite registration will be sent out.
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Oregon State University: Systems Approach to Define Toxicity of Complex PAH Mixtures
,Do you want SRP to share the information with other grantees or stakeholders? Yes
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Publications with Press Releases and Other High Impact Publications , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
Publication in Environmental Health Perspectives Signaling Events Downstream of AHR Activation That Contribute to Toxic Responses: The Functional Role of an AHR-Dependent Long Noncoding RNA (slincR) Using the Zebrafish Model Gloria R. Garcia, Prarthana Shankar, Cheryl L. Dunham, Abraham Garcia, Jane K. La Du, Lisa Truong, Susan C. Tilton, and Robert L. Tanguay. Published:6 November 2018CID: 117002https://doi.org/10.1289/EHP3281 G. Garcia and P. Shankar are SRP trainees.
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Oregon State University: Administrative Core
,Oregon State University: Bridging Superfund Site Based Bioavailable Extracts with Biology
,Oregon State University: Chemistry Core
,Oregon State University: Systems Approach to Define Toxicity of Complex PAH Mixtures
,Do you want SRP to share the information with other grantees or stakeholders? Yes
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Awards , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
At the 2018 Pacific Northwest Association of Toxicologists, the following trainees won awards: Prarthana Shankar. Best Graduate Student Poster Presentation Combining transcriptomic analysis and developmental toxicity endpoints in zebrafish to classify polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons Courtney Roper. Best Post-doctoral Researcher Presentation Health-relevant metrics beyond PM2.5 concentration At the ISS-ISEE Joint Annual Conference in Ottawa, Canada, SRP trainee Carolyn Poutasse won the Outstanding poster by a student award for her poster titled Silicone cat tags detect feline flame retardant exposures.
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Oregon State University: Administrative Core
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Dr. Robert Tanguay will receive the College of Ag Sciences Roy G. Arnold / Agricultural Research Foundation Leadership Award. Robert will be recognized for his accomplishments at the College of Agricultural Sciences' Faculty and Staff Awards luncheon. The luncheon is scheduled for noon on Tuesday, November 6, 2018 in the Memorial Union Horizon Room.
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Oregon State University: Chemistry Core
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Press Releases , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
Kim Anderson recognized for her work with firefighters and wildfire smoke
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Oregon State University: Chemistry Core
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Press Releases , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
Kim Anderson recognized for her work with firefighters and wildfire smoke
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Oregon State University: Administrative Core
,Oregon State University: Chemistry Core
,Oregon State University: Research Translation Core
,Do you want SRP to share the information with other grantees or stakeholders? Yes
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Interview/News Stories/Other Press,Partnerships , (undefined) , Reporting Hurricane Harvey results ,
In June, OSU SRP researchers traveled to a community impacted by Hurricane Harvey to report back initial results from a wristband study. The local media covered the meeting.
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Oregon State University: Community Engagement Core
,Oregon State University: Research Translation Core
,Do you want SRP to share the information with other grantees or stakeholders? Yes
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Partnerships,Workshops/Events , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
In August, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers asked the Community Engagement Core at Oregon State University's Superfund Research Center to give a fireside chat about mercury to 35 campers at the Pine Meadows Campground which is on the shores of the Cottage Grove Reservoir. Barbara Hudson-Hanley, a public health doctoral student, gave a short talk describing how mercury can move through the environment, bioaccumulate in fish, and affect human health and then led the campers through two activities. This activity came about as part of the Partners in Technical Assistance Program (PTAP).
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Oregon State University: Administrative Core
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Dr. Robert Tanguay was recently named as the 2018 Outstanding Alumnus by his alma mater, Cal State San Bernardino. This honor also included him being named as the keynote speaker at the commencement for the College of Natural Sciences in June 2018. The College of Natural Sciences at Cal State San Bernardino will recognize three exceptional individuals at its graduation ceremony at noon, on Saturday, June 16, at Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario: Robert Tanguay as the Outstanding Alumnus, Maylen Jackson as the Outstanding Graduate Student, and Rafael Alamilla as the Outstanding Undergraduate Student. Tanguay graduated cum laude from CSUSB in 1988 with a bachelor's in biology, and then earned his doctorate in biochemistry from UC Riverside in 1995. He served as an adjunct professor for a short time at CSUSB that same year. He eventually became a faculty member at the University of Colorado, Denver and subsequently at Oregon State University, Corvallis, where he currently serves as the Distinguished Professor of Molecular Toxicology in the Department of Environmental and Molecular Toxicology. Tanguay, who uses the zebrafish as a model to study systems toxicology and how hazardous chemicals assert their toxic effects, has been successful at securing research grants from numerous federal, state and private funding agencies. Additionally, Tanguay has co-authored more than 200 peer-reviewed paper and book chapters, and has mentored dozens of graduate students and postdoctoral fellows.
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Oregon State University: Chemistry Core
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SRP trainee Carolyn Poutasse was awarded the Outstanding Poster by a Student award at the ISES-ISEE Joint Annual Conference in Ottawa, Canada. Title of her was, Silicone Cat Tags Detect Feline Flame Retardant Exposures.
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Oregon State University: Administrative Core
,Oregon State University: Chemistry Core
,Oregon State University: Research Translation Core
,Do you want SRP to share the information with other grantees or stakeholders? Yes
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Press Releases , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
Researchers to begin 2nd round of Harvey health study using wristbands to track chemical exposure
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Oregon State University: Chemistry Core
,Do you want SRP to share the information with other grantees or stakeholders? Yes
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Oregon State University: Biostatistics and Modeling Research Support Core
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Dr. Susan Tilton was invited to speak at two symposiums. 1. Society of Toxicology in a PAH mixtures symposium titled Cancer Risk Assessment of PAH Mixtures: Current and Future Directions. 2. Environmental Mutagenesis and Genomics Society symposium titled Assessing, Understanding and Managing the Risks Posed by Carcinogenic PAH Mixtures. Dr. Tilton was also invited to serve as an ad-hoc member for the National Toxicology Program Board of Scientific Counselors. Dr. Katrina Waters also serves on this board as a full member.
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Oregon State University: Administrative Core
,Do you want SRP to share the information with other grantees or stakeholders? Yes
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Service on Advisory Panels/Boards , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
Dr. Robert Tanguay will be serving on the National Advisory Environmental Health Sciences Council
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Oregon State University: Administrative Core
,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: Community Engagement 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
,Oregon State University: PAHs in Humans at Environmental Levels: Pharmacokinetics, Metabolism and Susceptible Individuals
,Oregon State University: Research Translation Core
,Oregon State University: Systems Approach to Define Toxicity of Complex PAH Mixtures
,Oregon State University: Training Core
,Do you want SRP to share the information with other grantees or stakeholders? Yes
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Interaction with ATSDR,Interaction with EPA,Workshops/Events , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
he Research Translation Core, represented by Dr. Diana Rohlman, was invited to attend and present at the 14th summit of the Northwest Toxic Communities Coalition. Dr. Rohlman's talk highlighted the innovative tools, methodologies and approaches used by the Superfund Research Program at Oregon State. One of the presented case studies highlighted the work being done at the Portland Harbor Superfund site.
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Oregon State University: Bridging Superfund Site Based Bioavailable Extracts with Biology
,Oregon State University: Research Translation Core
,Do you want SRP to share the information with other grantees or stakeholders? Yes
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Interaction with State/Local Agencies,Workshops/Events , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
Dr. Diana Rohlman (Research Translation Core) was invited to speak at the 2018 Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists Annual National Disaster Epidemiology Workshop in Atlanta, GA. She discussed her collaborative work with Dr. Kim Anderson in designing a disaster response IRB, allowing rapid response in the event of a disaster.
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Oregon State University: Bridging Superfund Site Based Bioavailable Extracts with Biology
,Oregon State University: Chemistry Core
,Do you want SRP to share the information with other grantees or stakeholders? Yes
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Publications with Press Releases and Other High Impact Publications , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
Research from Kim Anderson's lab highlighted by KTVZ. A link to the press release and the peer-reviewed article are included. Title of the paper is, Silicone wristbands compared with traditional polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon exposure assessment methods.
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Oregon State University: Bridging Superfund Site Based Bioavailable Extracts with Biology
,Oregon State University: Chemistry Core
,Oregon State University: Systems Approach to Define Toxicity of Complex PAH Mixtures
,Do you want SRP to share the information with other grantees or stakeholders? Yes
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Publications with Press Releases and Other High Impact Publications , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
A new publication titled, Systematic developmental neurotoxicity assessment of a representative PAH Superfund mixture using zebrafish has been published. This paper uses a novel Supermix10 mixture to assess toxicity.
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Oregon State University: Cross-Species and Life Stage Comparisons of PAH Dosimetry
,Do you want SRP to share the information with other grantees or stakeholders? Yes
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The OSU Superfund Research Program attended the Society of Toxicology conference, and presented the following abstracts and trainees won the following awards Yvonne Chang. 2018 Sheldon D. Murphy Travel Award from Mechanisms Specialty Section and Best Abstract Award from Mixtures Specialty Section Makeba Walcott. 2018 Pfizer Undergraduate Travel Award (Summer Undergraduate Intern) Courtney Roper, PhD. Best Abstract Award (overall best abstract for the Mixtures specialty section) Prarthana Shankar. Graduate Student Award from Molecular and Systems Biology Specialty Section Abstract 1306 Enzyme- and Site-Specific Functional Characterization of Glutathione S-Transferases by Activity-Based Protein Profiling Aaron T. Wright, Ethan G. Stoddard, Bryan J. Killinger, Reji N. Nair, Natalie C. Sadler, Jordan N. Smith Abstract 1303 Induction of cytochrome P450 enzymes with benzo[a]pyrene (BaP) and environmental mixtures of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) Jordan N. Smith1, Ethan Stoddard1, Subhasree A. Nag1, Jude Martin1, Kim A. Anderson2, Richard A. Corley1, Aaron T. Wright1 and one platform presentation (by Paritosh Pande) at the annual Society of Toxicology Meeting in San Antonio, TX. Abstract 3288 Understanding implications of metabolic interactions between benzo[a]pyrene (B[a]P) and dibenzo[def,p]chrysene (DBC) in rodents and humans using physiologically based pharmacokinetic (PBPK) modeling Subhasree A. Nag1, Paritosh Pande1, Ethan Stoddard1, Jude Martin1, Richard A. Corley1, Jordan N. Smith1
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Oregon State University: Administrative Core
,Do you want SRP to share the information with other grantees or stakeholders? Yes
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SRP trainees received the following awards at the PNW SETAC meeting Lauren Crandon - First Place PhD Poster (Harper) Matt Slattery - First Place PhD Platform (Harper) Justin Rewerts - Second Place PhD Platform (Field and Simonich)
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Oregon State University: Chemistry Core
,Do you want SRP to share the information with other grantees or stakeholders? Yes
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Publications with Press Releases and Other High Impact Publications , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
Publication describing the ability to detect up to 1,550 chemicals in a passive sampling device.
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Oregon State University: Research Translation Core
,Do you want SRP to share the information with other grantees or stakeholders? Yes
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Workshops/Events , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
Dr. Justin Teeguarden is helping organize, and Dr. Kim Anderson is speaking the Total Exposure Health conference September 6-7, 2018 in Bethesday, MD. The understanding of how individual genetics influence susceptibility and resistance to chemical and non-chemical exposures is a major goal of environmental health and medical research. The U.S. Air Force has begun a major new initiative to link precision medicine and exposure science to improve the health of its workforce, and of the nation. The Total Exposure Health Conference (see below) will bring together a diverse group of scientists from academia, the armed forces, and national laboratories, experts in bioethics, and staff from the Defense Health Agency to assess the state of the science in exposure, toxicology and precision medicine. The conference will identify obstacles and opportunities for this research community to operationalize the concept of bringing exposure science together with precision medicine.
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Oregon State University: Chemistry Core
,Do you want SRP to share the information with other grantees or stakeholders? Yes
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Publications with Press Releases and Other High Impact Publications , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
Publication comparing passive wristband samplers to traditional PAH exposure assessment methods. Collaborative project between Dr. Anderson (OSU) and Dr. Julie Herbstman (Columbia University).
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Oregon State University: Community Engagement Core
,Do you want SRP to share the information with other grantees or stakeholders? Yes
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SRP trainee Amber Kramer worked with the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community to perform maintenance on the high volume air samplers. These samplers have been running for a year and will continue to collect data for several more months.
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Oregon State University: Bridging Superfund Site Based Bioavailable Extracts with Biology
,Oregon State University: Chemistry Core
,Do you want SRP to share the information with other grantees or stakeholders? Yes
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Publications with Press Releases and Other High Impact Publications , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
Dr. Kim Anderson has developed a quantitative screen for 1550 semi-volatile organic chemicals with GC-MS. This method was tested using representative environmental samples. This method works with silicone wristband passive samplers.
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Oregon State University: Bridging Superfund Site Based Bioavailable Extracts with Biology
,Oregon State University: Chemistry Core
,Oregon State University: Research Translation Core
,Do you want SRP to share the information with other grantees or stakeholders? Yes
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Press Releases , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
Dr. Kim Anderson is highlighted in OREGON AGRICULTURE PROGRESS for her collaborative work with the OSU SRP RTC and Baylor College of Medicine following Hurricane Harvey.
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Oregon State University: Bridging Superfund Site Based Bioavailable Extracts with Biology
,Oregon State University: Chemistry Core
,Oregon State University: Research Translation Core
,Do you want SRP to share the information with other grantees or stakeholders? Yes
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Partnerships,Press Releases , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
SRP trainee Holly Dixon is an ARCS Foundation Scholar. She was highlighted on their website for her work with Hurricane Harvey disaster response. This was a collaborative effort between Dr. Kim Anderson and Dr. Diana Rohlman, who partnered with Baylor College of Medicine in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.
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Oregon State University: Training Core
,Do you want SRP to share the information with other grantees or stakeholders? Yes
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Awards , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
I wanted to share with you the terrific news that EMT Trainees received multiple awards at the recent regional PNW SETAC meeting and National SOT meetings PNW SETAC Lauren Crandon - First Place PhD Poster (Harper) Matt Slattery - First Place PhD Platform (Harper) Justin Rewerts - Second Place PhD Platform (Field and Simonich) National SOT Meeting: Yvonne Chang - 2018 Sheldon D. Murphy Travel Award from Mechanisms Specialty Section and Best Abstract Award from Mixtures Specialty Section. (Tilton) Makeba Walcott - 2018 Pfizer Undergraduate Travel Award (Summer Undergraduate Intern) (Tilton) Courtney Roper - Best Abstract Award (overall best abstract for the Mixtures specialty section) (Tanguay) Prarthana Shankar - Graduate Student Award from Molecular and Systems Biology Specialty Section (Tanguay)
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Oregon State University: Bridging Superfund Site Based Bioavailable Extracts with Biology
,Oregon State University: Chemistry Core
,Oregon State University: Research Translation Core
,Do you want SRP to share the information with other grantees or stakeholders? Yes
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Awards , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
Dr. Kim Anderson (PI) and Dr. Diana Rohlman (co-I) received a 2-year R21 NIEHS grant, titled Hurricane Harvey DR2: Individual Chemical Exposure Assessments. Hurricane Harvey resulted in severe flooding, flooding up to 13 Superfund Sites in and around the Houston, TX area. SRP investigator Kim Anderson worked with Diana Rohlman in the RTC to deploy a disaster response IRB, enabling the OSU SRP to partner with several other institutions in Texas to enroll individuals affected by flooding. The OSU SRP leveraged existing resources to immediately send research staff down to Houston. The response team worked with affected residents to gather exposure data employing passive sampler wristbands during the critical exposure window for residents as they began clean up efforts. These efforts served as the basis for the R21 that was just awarded.
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Oregon State University: Chemistry Core
,Oregon State University: Formation of Hazardous PAH Breakdown Products in Complex Environmental Mixtures at Superfund Sites
,Do you want SRP to share the information with other grantees or stakeholders? Yes
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Press Releases , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
Congratulations to 2016 Cohort 2B ADVANCE Graduate Staci Simonich for her selection for the 2018 HERS Institute, and the Clare Booth Luce Scholarship! Simonich is the Associate Provost for Research, and a Professor in the Department of Environmental and Molecular Toxicology.
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Oregon State University: PAHs in Humans at Environmental Levels: Pharmacokinetics, Metabolism and Susceptible Individuals
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Other , New Grant award , (undefined) ,
SRP investigators have received a new grant which builds upon research from OSU SRP. Benzo[a]pyrene Micro-dosing of Humans: A New Tool for Exposure, Risk Assessment and Prevention, R01 ES028600-01A1, 01-01-2018-11/30/2022, $2.51 million (total), Williams, PI, Smith and Tilton
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Oregon State University: Chemistry Core
,Oregon State University: Formation of Hazardous PAH Breakdown Products in Complex Environmental Mixtures at Superfund Sites
,Do you want SRP to share the information with other grantees or stakeholders? Yes
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Interview/News Stories/Other Press , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
Recent grant award to Dr. Staci Simonich, titled OSU environmental chemists tapped to lead studies of contaminants at military bases. Local television did a piece on her as well.
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Oregon State University: Research Translation Core
,Do you want SRP to share the information with other grantees or stakeholders? Yes
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Interview/News Stories/Other Press , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
Dr. Justin Teeguarden was listed in the Clarivate Analytics, formerly Thomas Reuters, highly cited list.
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Oregon State University: Research Translation Core
,Do you want SRP to share the information with other grantees or stakeholders? Yes
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Press Releases , (undefined) , (undefined) ,
Justin Teeguarden presented at the annual AAAS meeting held this February. His talk was titled, Technologies for Understanding Human Chemical Exposure.
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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) , SRP trainee Ivan Titately published in Chromatography A.
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