Sept. 22 - CIEHS Research Voucher Presentations and P30 Environmental Health Sciences Pilot Project Research Results

R!L 2022 CIEHS presentations
When Sep 22, 2022
from 01:00 PM to 04:00 PM
Where KCCTRB 124
Contact Name
Contact Phone 502-852-2060
Attendees EHS faculty, staff, trainees
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Center for Integrative Environmental Health Science (CIEHS) hosts Research Vouchers and P30 EHS Pilot Project Presentations. 

Pilot Project Awardees:



Jun Cai, M.D., Ph.D.

Disruption of β-catenin destruction complex and ASD-like behaviors in whole-life cadmium exposure and postnatal obesity

Xiao-An Fu, Ph.D.

Analysis of harmful compounds in aerosols of electronic cigarettes to evaluate toxicity

David Hein, Ph.D.

Gene-environmental interactions of novel psychoactive chemicals substituting for illegal drugs of abuse

Rachel Neal, Ph.D.

Hepatic metabolic response to the fasting/refeeding transition in offspring exposed in utero to vaping

Rachel Neal, Ph.D. and Luz Huntington-Moskos, Ph.D., R.N., C.P.N.

Citizen Science Approach to Studying the Community Impact of Hemp Processing Facilities in Cadiz KY

Research Voucher Awardees:



Banrida Wahlang, Ph.D.

Sex-dependent effects on gut microbiome associated with PCB exposures

Madhavi Rane, Ph.D.

Effects of whole life exposure to low-dose cadmium on post weaning high fat diet-induced pathogeneses in the kidney

Barbara Clark, Ph.D.

STARD5 and the impact of environmental stress on TASH development

Carolyn Klinge, Ph.D.

Epitranscriptome in a murine model of diet and PCB-induced HCC

Banrida Wahlang, Ph.D.

Alterations in gut microbiome caused by long-term exposure to PCBs

J. Christopher States, Ph.D.

Gene Fusions and In/del Mutations in Arsenic-induced Skin Cancer

Kupper Wintergurst, M.D.

Serum nonessential and essential metals in children with type 1 & type 2 diabetes

Venkatakrishna Jala, Ph.D.

Combating environmental toxin, PCB-126 associated toxicities

Lonnie Sears, Ph.D.

Metal(loid) body burden in children living near coal power plants

Timothy O'Toole, Ph.D.

Markers of physical strength and aging in the NEAT cohort


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