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EPA/NIEHS Children's Centers 2012 Webinar Series

Second Wednesday of each month
1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. EST/EDT


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February 8, 2012
Save the Date (PDF)
(1 pg, 676 K)
Elaine Faustman
University of Washington
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Faustman
Sharing Lessons from the Field:  Understanding Factors that Define Variability in Pesticide Exposure and Response for Children Center for Child Environmental Health Risks Click Here
Asa Bradman
UC Berkeley/ Eskenazi
CHAMACOS
Berkeley
Bradman

California Initiative to Improve Environmental Quality in Early Care and Education Environments Center for Environmental Research and Children’s Health (CERCH)
March 14, 2012
Save the Date (PDF)
(1 pg, 757 K)
Stanley J. Szefler
National Jewish Health
National Jewish health
Szefler

Biomarkers to Predict and Monitor Asthma Therapy

Presentation (PDF)
(41 pp, 8.71 MB)

National Jewish Health

Advances in pediatric asthma in 2011: Moving forward (PDF)
(9 pp, 243 K)

Lessons learned from variation in response to therapy in clinical trials (PDF)
(27 pp, 445 K)

Advancing asthma care: The glass is only half full! (PDF)
(35 pp, 505 K)

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Rachel Miller
Columbia University
Columbia Childrens
Miller

Environmental Triggers of Asthma Exacerbations

Presentation (PDF)
(46 pp, 5.93 MB)

Columbia Center for Children’s Environmental Health

Asthma exacerbations: Origin, effect, and prevention Jackson, et al. (PDF)
(10 pp, 361 K)

The September epidemic of asthma hospitalization: School children as disease vectors Jonston, et al. (PDF)
(6 pp, 291 K)

Ambient Metals, Elemental Carbon, and Wheeze and Cough in New York City Children through 24 Months of Age Patel, et al. (PDF)
(7 pp, 145 K)

April 11, 2012
Save the Date (PDF)
(1 pg, 823 K)
Phil Gruppuso
Brown University
Childrens environmental health
Gruppuso A Pediatric Specialist's Perspective on Early Life Origins of Disease
Presentation (PDF)
(29 pp, 4.86 MB)
Formative Center for the Evaluation of Environmental Impacts on Fetal Development Click Here
Kim Boekelheide
Brown University
Childrens environmental health
Kim Boekelheide Developmental Origins of Male Reproductive Tract Disorders
Presentation (PDF)
(26 pp, 12.1 MB)
Formative Center for the Evaluation of Environmental Impacts on Fetal Development
June 13, 2012
Save the Date (PDF)
(1 pg, 861 K)
Katherine Hammond
Katherine Hammond History of CHAPS-SJV: How We Came to Asthma, Immunology, Birth Outcomes with a Focus on PAHs

A Bit of PAH Chemistry and How We Create Exposure Estimates
A spatial-temporal regression model to predict daily outdoor residential PAH concentrations in an epidemiologic study in Fresno, CA Noth, et al. (PDF)
(10 pp, 678 K)
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Kari Nadeau Kari Nadeau PAHs and Asthma--Relation to Phenotype; Relevance to Birth Outcomes Ambient air pollution impairs regulatory T-cell function in asthma Nadeau, et al. (PDF)
(18 pp, 1.37 MB)
July 11, 2012
Save the Date (PDF)
(1 pg, 759 K)
Frederica Perera
Columbia University
Frederica Perera Effects of Prenatal Environmental Exposures on Child Health and Development Columbia Center for Children’s Environmental Health Click Here
Richard Auten
Duke University
Richard Auten Embracing Complexity: Animal Models of Environmental Exposure Health Effects Southern Center on Environmentally-Driven Disparities in Birth Outcomes (SCEDDBO)
August 08, 2012
Save the Date (PDF)
(1 pg, 1 MB)
Isaac Pessah
UC Davis
Isaac Pessah Tipping the Balance of Neural networks with Persistent Organic Pollutants: Relevance to Autism Risk Center for Children’s Environmental Health (CCEH) Click Here
Irva Hertz-Picciotto
UC Davis
Irva Hertz-Picciotto What Have We Learned about Autism and the Environment: An Epidemiologist's Perspective Center for Children’s Environmental Health (CCEH)
September 12, 2012
Save the Date (PDF)
(1 pg, 813 K)
Susan Schantz
University of Illinois
Susan Schantz Novel Approaches to Assessing Cognitive Function in Early Infancy Novel Methods to Assess Effects of Bisphenol A & Phthalates on Child Development Click Here
Virginia Rauh
Columbia University
Susan Schantz Effects of Prenatal Exposure to Pesticides on Brain Development and Cognitive Function Columbia Center for Children’s Environmental Health
October 10, 2012
Save the Date Flyer (PDF)
(1 pg, 295 K)
Patricia Buffler
University of California Berkeley,
School of Public Health
Patricia Buffler Improving Knowledge of the Environmental Causes of Leukemia in Children: the Center for Interdisciplinary Research on Childhood Leukemia and the Environment (CIRCLE) Center for Integrative Research on Childhood Leukemia and the Environment (CIRCLE) - UC Berkeley Click Here
Catherine Metayer
University of California Berkeley,
School of Public Health
Catherine Metayer Global Perspectives on Childhood Leukemia Research - the Childhood Leukemia International Consortium (CLIC) Center for Integrative Research on Childhood Leukemia and the Environment (CIRCLE) - UC Berkeley
Joseph Wiemels
University of California - San Francisco
Joseph Wiemels DNA methylation in blood cell development and leukemia : building a framework to study environmental effects on methylation Center for Integrative Research on Childhood Leukemia and the Environment (CIRCLE) - UC Berkeley
Todd Whitehead
Todd Whitehead Estimating Exposures to Indoor Contaminants using Residential Dust Center for Integrative Research on Childhood Leukemia and the Environment (CIRCLE) - UC Berkeley
November 14, 2012
Save the Date Flyer (PDF)
(1 pg, 306 K)
Margaret Karagas
Dartmouth
Margaret Karagas In Utero and Early Life Exposure to Arsenic - Sources and Potential Health Impacts
Margaret Karagas Presentation (PDF) (25 pp, 1.91 MB)
November Webinar (PDF) (8 pp, 763 K)
Children's Environmental Health and Disease Prevention Center - Dartmouth College Click Here
Karen Peterson
University of Michigan




Dana C. Dolinoy
University of Michigan School of Public Health

Karen Peterson

Dana C. Dolinoy
Toxicant Exposures and the Development of Obesity in Childhood Perinatal Exposures, Epigenetics, Child Obesity and Sexual Maturation - University of Michigan
December 12, 2012
Save the Date Flyer (PDF)
(1 pg, 313 K)
Gregory Diette
Johns Hopkins University
Gregory Diette Johns Hopkins Center for Childhood Asthma in the Urban Environment: Role of Home Indoor Environment and Diet on Childhood Asthma Johns Hopkins Children's Center Coming Soon
Shyam Biswal
Johns Hopkins University
Shyam Biswal Nrf2 directed environmental stress response against oxidative stress and inflammation Johns Hopkins Children's Center
Nadia Hansel
Johns Hopkins University
Nadia Hansel Home Interventions to Improve Indoor Air Quality and Asthma Health Johns Hopkins Children's Center

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