Students Present at Superfund Research Program Annual Meeting

Three Human Toxicology students presented at the annual Superfund Research Program annual meeting in Philadelphia, PA in December 2017.

Eric Uwimana gave an oral presentation entitled "Chiral Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs) Are Metabolized to Hydroxylated Metabolites by Human CYP2A6, CYP2B6 and CYP2E1."

 

Cody Buranasudja presented "Rigor and Reproducibility is Enhanced by Absolute Quantitation in Cell Culture: The Interplay Between the Response to DNA Damage and Cellular Bioenergetics (ATP) as an example."


 

Ezazul Haque presented "Polychlorinated biphenyls and trace metals in soil and blood of participants in the AESOP Study cohort in East Chicago."

 

 

Students with Human Toxicology faculty Dr. Gabriele Ludewig, Dr. Michael Duffel, Dr. Larry Robertson, and Dr. Keri Hornbuckle.