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Date Speaker Series Topic Length
August 25, 2015 Linda Birnbaum, Ph.D. NIEHS and NTP Director

Leroy Lowe, President / Co-founder of Getting to Know Cancer

William Goodson, MD, Senior Clinical Research Scientist at the California Pacific Medical Center

Margaret Kripke, PhD, Chief Scientific Officer of the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas
  Halifax Project: Low Dose Theory Symposium 2:16:28


Date Speaker Series Topic Length
April 22, 2014     Virtual Forum on Autism and the Environment 57:58
April 07, 2014     NIH Disaster Research Response Workshop 06:16


Date Speaker Series Topic Length
March 1, 2013 Stephen Friend, M.D., Ph.D., President, Sage Bionetworks, Seattle, WA   Scientific Opportunities From Heterogeneous Biological Data Analysis: Overcoming Complexity 1:03:00
January 23, 2013 Joel Tickner, Sc.D., Associate Professor, Community Health and Sustainability, University of Massachusetts Lowell   Introduction to Alternatives Assessment and Its Application in the Science and Policy of Safer Chemicals 1:06:54


Date Speaker Series Topic Length
November 29, 2012     Virtual Forum on Obesity and the Environment 59:18
April 3, 2012 Margaret Karagas,  Ph.D.
Laurie R. Rardin
PEPH Webinar Examining and Communicating the Health Implication of Arsenic in Our Food System 55:36


Date Speaker Series Topic Length
September 8, 2009 Linda S. Birnbaum, Ph.D. Distinguished Scientist Lecture Halogenated Flame Retardants: Does the Benefit Justify the Risk? 01:04:17
June 25-26, 2009 multiple Annual SACATM Meeting Scientific Advisory Committee on Alternative Toxicological Methods (SACATM)  
March 27, 2009 Rita Colwell, Ph.D. Spirit Lecture Climate, Oceans, Infectious Diseases, and Human Health: The Saga of Cholera 01:09:58
January 9, 2009 Mark R. Wiesner, Ph.D., P.E. Frontiers of Environmental Sciences How Should We Respond to Uncertain Environmental Risks of Nanomaterials? 01:05:11


Date Speaker Series Topic Length
October 31, 2008 Kenitta Johnson, Ph.D. LABSG Series Reviewing Imaging Modalities of Small Animals 01:05:18
September 25, 2008 Grace Kissling, Ph.D. LAM Seminars for Trainees Statistics in Research 01:41:33
April 18, 2008 Jonathan Patz, M.D., M.P.H. Frontiers of Environmental Sciences Health and Environmental Implications of Global Climate Change 00:59:21
April 4, 2008 Joseph Piven, M.D. Frontiers of Environmental Sciences Imaging the Developing Brain in Autism 00:51:37
March 14, 2008 Anna Maria Siega-Riz, Ph.D., R.D. Frontiers of Environmental Sciences Multiple Hit Models of Neurotoxicity 00:53:13
March 7, 2008 Lisa Alvarez-Cohen, Ph.D. Spirit Lecture and Frontiers of Environmental Sciences Application of Omics-Based Tools and Microarrays to Optimize Bioremediation 00:45:21
March 3, 2008 Devra Davis, Ph.D., M.P.H. Frontiers of Environmental Sciences Lessons from the Secret History of the War on Cancer 00:50:00
February 8, 2008 James F. Leary, Ph.D. Frontiers of Environmental Sciences Designing Human- and Environmentally- Safe Nanomedical Systems 00:55:00
February 1, 2008 Anna Maria Siega-Riz, Ph.D., R.D. Frontiers of Environmental Sciences Maternal Obesity - The Number One Problem Facing Prenatal Care Providers 00:46:35
January 18, 2008 Fred A. Wright, Ph.D. Frontiers of Environmental Sciences Hidden Pitfalls in -omics Analyses 00:54:37
January 9, 2008 Chris Portier, Ph.D. Health Risks in a Modern World High Throughput Screening 00:47:58
January 8, 2008 Richard A. Flavell, Ph.D. NIEHS Distinguished Lecture Innate and Adaptive Immunity 01:07:42


Date Speaker Series Topic Length
Spring 2004 Jerry Heindel, Ph.D. Obesity Series Introduction to Developmental Origins and Environmental Influences 01:05:18
Spring 2004 M. Daniel Lane, Ph.D. Obesity Series Adipocyte Development and Signaling Control 01:41:33

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