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Environmental Epigenetics

Project Title Principal Investigator Institution Location
Epigenetic Effects of Endocrine Disruptors in Fetal Germ Cells Piroska E. Szabo, Ph.D. City of Hope/Beckman Research Institute Duarte, California
Identification and Characterization of Epigenetically Labile Genes Randy l Jirtle, Ph.D. Duke University Durham, North Carolina
Epigenetic Programming by Early Gene-Environment Interactions Cornelius Gross, Ph.D. European Molecular Biology Laboratory Monterotondo, Italy
Arsenite and Epigenetic Regulation of Gene Expression Mary B. Martin, Ph.D. Georgetown University Washington, District of Columbia
Epigenetic Regulation by Poly (ADP-Ribose) in Response to Arsenite Mitchell C. Jung, Ph.D. Georgetown University Washington, District of Columbia
Epigenetic Effects of Particles and Metals on Cardiac Health of an Aging Cohort Joel D. Schwartz, Ph.D. Harvard University School of Public Health Boston, Massachusetts
AGE-Related Epigenetic Changes - Environmental Causes and Disease Consequence Margaret D. Fallin, Ph.D. John Hopkins University Baltimore, Maryland
The Environment and Epigenetic Gene Silencing in Cancer Stephen Baylin, M.D. John Hopkins University Baltimore, Maryland
Epigenetic Regulation of PTPG by Zeraonl in Beef Increases Breast Cancer Risk Young C. Lin, D.V.M., Ph.D. Ohio State University Columbus, Ohio
Gene Silencing in Mammalian Cells Induced by Environmental Exposures Mitchell S. Turker, Ph.D. Oregon Health & Science University Portland, Oregon
Perinatal Xenoestrogen Exposure: Epigenesis and Neoplasia Ana M. Soto, M.D. Tufts University Boston Boston, Massachusetts
Epigenetic Interaction of MECP2 and Organic Pollutants in Neurodevelopment Janine LaSalle, Ph.D. University of California Davis Davis, California
Environmental Effects on Lupus T-cell Methylation and Gene Expression Bruce C. Richardson, M.D., Ph.D. University of Michigan at Ann Arbor Ann Arbor, Michigan
Epignetic Effects of Biotin on Activation of Endogenous Viral Sequences Janos Zempleni, Ph.D. University of Nebraska Lincoln Lincoln, Nebraska
Dietary Polyphenols are Consequential Epigenetic Modulators of Gene Expression Zhu, Bao-Ting, Ph.D. University of South Carolina Columbia Columbia, South Carolina
DNA Methylation Differences Between Identical Twins with Different Environmental Exposures Thomas M. Mack, M.D. University of Southern California Los Angeles, California
Regulation of Transcriptional Co-Activators by Environmental Estrogens Mark Bedford, Ph.D. University of Texas, MD Anderson Cancer Center Houston, Texas

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