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EPA/NIEHS Children's Centers 2013 Webinar Series

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February 13, 2013
Save the Date Flyer (PDF) (1 pg, 846 K)
Amy Kyle
University of California, Berkeley
Amy Kyle
Aligning the Planets: Working with Networks to Achieve Structural Change Center for Integrative Research on Childhood Leukemia and the Environment (CIRCLE)
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Alyssa Creighton
Columbia University
Alyssa Creighton
Engaging Community Partners for Effective Development of Outreach Strategies Columbia Center for Children’s Environmental Health
Daniel Madrigal
University of California, Berkeley
Daniel Madrigal
Engaging Children and Adolescents in Environmental Health Research Center for Environmental Research and Children’s Health (CERCH)
Patrice Sutton
University of California, San Francisco
Patrice Sutton
The Role of Health Professionals in Prevention Children's Environmental Health and Disease Prevention Research Center: Formative Center
Phil Brown
Brown University
Phil Brown
Hospitals for a Healthy Environment Formative Center for the Evaluation of Environmental Impacts on Fetal Development
March 13, 2013
Marie Lynn Miranda
University of Michigan
Marie Lynn Miranda
Of Mice and Moms: Environment, Social Stressors and Disparities in Birth Outcomes Southern Center on Environmentally-Driven Disparities in Birth Outcomes (SCEDDBO)
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Amy Padula
University of California, Berkeley
Amy Padula
Traffic-related Air Pollution, Neighborhood Socioeconomic Status and Risk of Preterm Birth in the San Joaquin Valley of California Berkeley/Stanford Children's Environment Health Center
April 10, 2013
Dana Dolinoy
University of Michigan
Dana Dolinoy Early Exposure to Bisphenol A and Lead: Effects on Metabolic Homeostasis and the Epigenome Perinatal Exposures, Epigenetics, Child Obesity and Sexual Maturation
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Joe Wiemels
University of California, Berkeley
Joe Wiemels DNA Methylation Changes in Blood Cells that Impact Leukemia – Role of Environment Center for Integrative Research on Childhood Leukemia and the Environment (CIRCLE)
May 8, 2013
Kari Nadeau
University of California, Berkeley
Kari Nadeau

Mechanistic Studies on the Link Between Epigenetic Modifications in Candidate Genes and Allergy/Asthma

Berkeley/Stanford Children's Environment Health Center
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Rachel Miller
Columbia University
Rachel Miller

The Epigenome and Asthma: Interactions Between Imprinted Genes and Environmental Exposures

Columbia Center for Children’s Environmental Health
Elizabeth Matsui
Johns Hopkins University
Elizabeth Matsui

Rethinking the Role of Indoor Allergens in Inner-City Asthma

Mechanisms of Asthma-Dietary Interventions against Environmental Triggers
June 12, 2013
Save the Date Flyer (PDF) (1 pg, 1.9 MB K)
Tracey Woodruff
University of California, San Francisco
Tracey Woodruff Maternal and Fetal Exposures to BPA During Mid-Gestation Children's Environmental Health and Disease Prevention Research Center: Formative Center
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Kim Harley
University of California, Berkeley
Kim Harley Bisphenol A and Children’s Health: Results from the CHAMACOS Study Center for Environmental Research and Children’s Health (CERCH)
July 10, 2013
Save the Date Flyer (PDF) (1 pg, 3.17 MB)
Janice Juraska
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Janice Juraska A Rat Model of Bisphenol A (BPA) Exposure During Early Development on Cognitive Behavior and Cortical Neuroanatomy During Adulthood/em> Novel Methods to Assess Effects of Bisphenol A & Phthalates on Child Development
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Carmen Marsit
Dartmouth College
Carmen Marsit

Placental Epigenetic Biomarkers of Exposure and Health

Children's Environmental Health and Disease Prevention Center
August 14, 2013
Save the Date Flyer (PDF) (1 pg, 278 KB)
Judy Van de Water
University of California, Davis
Judy Van de Water Maternal Autoantibodies in Autism Spectrum Disorder Center for Children’s Environmental Health (CCEH)
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Rebecca Schmidt
University of California, Davis
Rebecca Schmidt Nutrition and Autism Spectrum Disorders: Importance and Potential Mechanisms Center for Children’s Environmental Health (CCEH)
September 11, 2013
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Andrew Liu
National Jewish Health
Andrew Liu Everyday Exposures to Bacterial Endotoxins and Asthma in Children Denver Children’s Environmental Health Center - Environmental Determinants of Airway Disease in Children
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Rob McConnell
University of Southern California
Rob McConnell Urban Air Pollution and Childhood Asthma: Burden of Disease
October 9, 2013 - Canceled
Stephen M. Rappaport
University of California, Berkeley
Stephen M. Rappaport

Using Newborn Dried Blood Spots to Estimate in utero Exposures to Chemicals

Center for Integrative Research on Childhood Leukemia and the Environment (CIRCLE) Coming Soon
Monique DePaepe
Brown University
Monique DePaepe

Human Fetal Lung Xenograft as Model of Antenatal Arsenic Exposure

Formative Center for the Evaluation of Environmental Impacts on Fetal Development
November 13, 2013
Elaine Faustman
University of Washington
Elaine Faustman Lessons From the University of Washington's Center for Children's Environmental Health Risks Research—Integrating Susceptibility Factors and Metabolomics for Multiple Exposure Assessment Center for Child Environmental Health Risks Research Coming Soon
Clement E. Furlong
University of Washington
Clement E. Furlong Updates on PON1 Polymorphisms: The Role of Sensitivity Factors and New Adduct Work  
Judit Marsillach
University of Washington
Judit Marsillach Updates on PON1 Polymorphisms: The Role of Sensitivity Factors and New Adduct Work  
Marissa Smith
University of Washington
Marissa Smith Nonchemical Stressors: Psychosocial Stress Assessment in the University of Washington Children's Center  
December 11, 2013
Karen Peterson
University of Michigan
Karen Peterson Do Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals Affect the Tempo of Maturation and Development of Obesity in Adolescence? Perinatal Exposures, Epigenetics, Child Obesity and Sexual Maturation Coming Soon
John Meeker
University of Michigan
John Meeker Do Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals Affect the Tempo of Maturation and Development of Obesity in Adolescence? Perinatal Exposures, Epigenetics, Child Obesity and Sexual Maturation
Andrew Rundle
Columbia University
Andrew Rundle Environment and Obesity Columbia Center for Children’s Environmental Health

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