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Speakers Bureau

Office of Science Education & Diversity

Welcome to the Speakers Bureau!

 

Do you need a speaker for your school or community group? How about a judge for your upcoming science fair, festival, or camp?

 

Our scientists are available to come talk about a variety of topics involving your environment and your health. Topics range from asthma and mold — to cancer and air pollution. NIEHS scientists, technicians, and administrators are also available to talk about their job responsibilities, as well as their educational and career experiences.  Our speakers can travel up to 50 miles from the Research Triangle Park in North Carolina.

 

Please select a topic or speaker below and submit your request. Please allow at least four weeks to make arrangements. We look forward to working with you!

 

This is a free service provided by the NIEHS.

 
Category Topic Speaker
Computing Careers in information technology Thompson, Cheryl Renee, M.B.A.
Computing Computer security or IT contracting LeVine, Robert, B.S.E.E., M.I.S., M.B.A.
Computing Web design Thompson, Cheryl Renee, M.B.A.
Environmental Impacts DNA repair and health effects of air pollution Heacock, Michelle, Ph.D.
Environmental Impacts Environmental health and climate change Sen, Bono, Ph.D.
Environmental Impacts Gene-environment interactions and human genetics McAllister, Kimberly, Ph.D.
Environmental Impacts Role of environmental allergens in human disease Mueller, Geoffrey, Ph.D.
Environmental Impacts Role of the environment in reproductive diseases Dixon, Darlene, D.V.M., Ph.D., D.A.C.V.P.
Environmental Impacts Safe Drinking Water Program Hooth, Michelle J., Ph.D.
The Human Body When do diseases start and what causes them? Jerry Heindel, Ph.D.
The Human Body What really causes obesity? Jerry Heindel, Ph.D.
The Human Body DNA replication and gene expression Arana, Mercedes E., Ph.D.
The Human Body Role of inflammation in chronic disease Allen, Janice, Ph.D.
Laboratory Safety Industrial hygiene Merkle, Scott E., M.S.
Laboratory Safety Laboratory health and safety Merkle, Scott E., M.S.
Laboratory Safety Occupational health and safety Merkle, Scott E., M.S.
Research Concepts Clinical research Packenham, Joan P., Ph.D.
Research Concepts Nuclear magnetic resonance Mueller, Geoffrey, Ph.D.
Science Careers Careers in science Spencer, Diane L., M.S.
Science Careers NIEHS overview (25-minute Powerpoint) John Schelp, MPA
Science Careers Partnerships for Access & Opportunity; Diversity & Educational/Career Outreach; NIEHS Scholars Connect Program Ericka Reid, Ph.D.
Science Careers Problem-based-learning: an alternative approach to science education Huei-Chen Lao, M.S., MPH
Science Careers Careers in science Allen, Janice, Ph.D.
Science Careers NIH Summer Internships Wilson, Deborah
Science Careers NIH Summer Internships Heacock, Michelle, Ph.D.
Science Careers Science education Packenham, Joan P., Ph.D.
Science Policy Conduct of carcinogenicity studies Hooth, Michelle J., Ph.D.
Science Policy Evaluation of research grants and science policy Drew, Christie,  Ph.D., M.H.S.
Science Policy Protecting human subjects Packenham, Joan P., Ph.D.
Toxicology Alternative toxicological models Boyd, Windy, Ph.D.
Toxicology Assessing safety of chemical mixtures Walker, Nigel, Ph.D.
Toxicology General principles of toxicology Hooth, Michelle J., Ph.D.
Toxicology Hexavalent chromium Hooth, Michelle J., Ph.D.
Toxicology Overview of National Toxicology Program Hooth, Michelle J., Ph.D.
Toxicology Report on Carcinogens Spencer, Diane L., M.S.
Toxicology Safety of nanoscale materials Walker, Nigel, Ph.D.

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