CONFERENCES AND PRESENTATIONS

 

UPCOMING CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS FOR 2018

November: Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students (ABRCMS); Indianapolis, IN

                     Annual Superfund Research Program Meeting; Sacramento, CA

PAST ORAL PRESENTATIONS

  1. Differing PM2.5 Filter Extraction Methods: Impact on Chemical and Toxicological Analyses. Presentation at the SETAC Europe Conference; 2018, May 14; Rome, Italy.

  2. Implications of PM2.5 Filter Extraction Methods on Chemical and Toxicological Analyses. Presentation at the Pacific Northwest Regional SETAC Conference; 2018 March 9; Corvallis, OR. 

  3. Beyond Inhalation: Research Gaps in PM2.5 Toxicology Studies. Presentation at the Environmental and Molecular Toxicology Research Day; 2018 January 19; Corvallis, OR.

  4. High-throughput in vivo Screening Model for Particulate Matter Exposures. Presentation at the Pacific Northwest Association for Toxicologists (PANWAT); 2017 October 2; Bothell, WA.

  5. Development of a High-throughput Screening Model for Particulate Matter Exposures. Presentation at the Superfund Research Program Colloquium; 2017 April 20; Corvallis, OR.

  6. Zebrafish as a Model for Particulate Matter Screening. Invited oral presentation for Closing the Gap – Where Science Meets the Media in the Academic Learning Services Department; 2017 March 7; Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR.

  7. Zebrafish as an in vivo Surrogate for Particulate Matter Screening. Presentation at the Environmental and Molecular Toxicology Research Day; 2016 January 20; Corvallis, OR.

  8. Associations between particulate compositional changes during filter extraction and the interpretation of filter-based PM2.5 toxicology. Invited oral presentation for the Environmental and Molecular Toxicology Department; 2015 October 18; Corvallis, OR.

  9. Analysis of filter-based PM2.5 toxicology. Invited oral presentation for the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania; 2015 September 22; Philadelphia, PA.

  10. Spatial Toxicology: In vitro Inflammatory Assessment of Intra-urban Spatially Varying Particulate Matter. Invited oral presentation at: Bridgeside Research Forum for Professional Development of Post-docs and Research Faculty; 2014 October 24; Pittsburgh, PA.

  11. Approaches to Capturing Spatial Variation in Air Pollution in Pittsburgh. Seminar presentation for: National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research and Environment Canterbury; 2014 May 21; Christchurch, NZ.

  12. Spatially-Resolved Technique for Source Apportionment – New Zealand (SpaRTANZ). Seminar presentation for: National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research and Auckland City Council; 2014 April 30; Auckland, NZ.

  13. Innate Inflammatory Response to Intra-urban Variation in Ambient Fine Particles. Presentation for: Allegheny County Health Department (ACHD) Air Quality Program; 2014 January 31; Pittsburgh, PA.

  14. Diesel Fine Particulate Composition of PM2.5 in Downtown Pittsburgh, PA and the Effects on Inflammatory Responses in Mice. Oral presentation at: Toxicity of Air, Ground, and Water Pollutants Symposium. 27th Annual Meeting of the Allegheny-Erie Society of Toxicology; 2013 May 30-31; Morgantown, WV.

PAST POSTER PRESENTATIONS

  1. Health Relevant Metrics Beyond PM2.5 Concentrations. Presentation at Pacific Northwest Association for Toxicologists (PANWAT) - Regional Chapter meeting for Society of Toxicology. 2018 October 14; Bothell, WA.

  2. Paradigm for PM2.5 Chemical and Biological Characterization: Paired Home and Personal PM2.5 Samples in Kheri, India. Presentation at the SETAC Europe Annual Conference. 2018 May 15; Rome, Italy.

  3. Impacts of PM2.5 Filter Extraction Methods on Chemical and Toxiological Analyses. Presentation at the 57th Annual Meeting of the Society of Toxicology: 2018 March 13: San Antonio, TX. 

  4. Biological Responses and Chemical Characterization of Paired Home and Personal Samples in Kheri, India. Presented by Allison Perez at the 57th Annual Meeting of the Society of Toxicology: 2018 March 13: San Antonio, TX. 

  5. High-throughput in vivo Screening Model for Particulate Matter Exposures. Poster session presented at: Superfund Research Program External Review Committee Meeting; 2018 March 7; Carson Springs, WA.

  6. High-throughput in vivo Screening Model for Particulate Matter Exposures. Poster session presented at: Oregon State University Postdoctoral Research Symposium; 2017 October 4; Corvallis, OR.

  7. Development of a High-throughput Screening Model for Particulate Matter Exposures. Poster session presented at: 56th Annual Meeting of the Society for Toxicology; 2017 March 15; Baltimore, MD.

  8. Developing an Exposure Paradigm for PM2.5 Toxicity Studies in Zebrafish. Poster session presented at: Superfund Research Program External Advisory Committee Meeting; 2016 June 6; Corvallis, OR.

  9. Characterization of Extracted Filter-based PM2.5 for Toxicology Applications. Poster sessions presented at: 29th Annual Meeting of the Allegheny-Erie Society of Toxicology; 2015 June 3-4; Morgantown, WV. and Graduate School of Public Health Dean’s Day; 2015 March 31; Pittsburgh, PA.

  10. Constituents Comparison of Ambient Particulate Matter to Extracted Liquid for Toxicology Applications. Poster session presented at: Exposure Science Integration to Protect Ecological Systems, Human Well-Being, and Occupational Health. 24th Annual ISES Conference; 2014 October 12-16; Cincinnati, OH.

  11. Spatial Toxicology: In vitro Inflammatory Assessment of Intra-Urban Spatially Varying Particulate Matter. Poster session presented at: Exposure Science Integration to Protect Ecological Systems, Human Well-Being, and Occupational Health. 24th Annual ISES Conference; 2014 October 12-16; Cincinnati, OH.

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