Pilot Project Ignite Pitch Talks
Applicants for the Pacific Northwest Center for Translational Environmental Health Pilot Project Program will be sharing their research ideas in five minute Ignite Pitches.
This is a chance to learn about the state-of-the-art science, technology, and stakeholder engagement ideas being pursued by members in the Center and ask questions about their latest research ideas.
When: Friday, May 7 from 3:00-4:30 PM
Where: Join Zoom Meeting
Speakers: Each speaker has 5 minutes to share their ideas followed by 5 minutes for questions.
- Andrew Annalora, OSU – A Novel Mechanisms of CYP1B1 Regulation by Exosomes: Implications for Vascular Development, Wound Repair and Environmental Disease.
- Juliane Fry, Reed College – Expanding, Analyzing, and Translating Portland Particulate Matter Monitoring Data
- Siva Kolluri, OSU – Regulation of AhR-mediated transcription by p27/Kip1
- Seth O’Neal, OHSU – Planning a birth cohort in Peru to evaluate chronic environmental exposure to mixed heavy metals on hemoglobin levels, birth outcomes, and infant and child development
- Sarah Rothenberg, OSU – Arsenic Metabolism in Adult Zebrafish (Danio rerio
- Lewis Semprini, OSU – Development of a Rapid Test for the Cometabolic Treatment of Legacy and Emerging Contaminants Using Co-encapsulated Hydrogels and Embryonic Zebrafish
- Tom Sharpton, OSU – The Exposure, Microbiome, and Cognition Cohort (EMC2) Study
- Caren Weinhouse, OHSU – Identifying epigenetic drivers of pollution-induced cellular defense system gene expression
The mission of the Pacific Northwest Center for Translational Environmental Health is to understand the interactions between environmental exposures, biology, and genetics to help prevent disease and improve human health.