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NanoHealth and Safety

Project Title Principal Investigator Institution Location
Sytems Analysis of Nanoparticle Biocompatibility Brian Thrall, Ph.D. Battelle Pacific Northwest Laboratories Richland, Washington
Chemical, Structural, and Superstructural Determinants of Nanocarbon Toxicity Agnes Kane, Ph.D. Brown University Providence, Rhode Island
Nonobiosensors for Probing Chemical Exposure and Metabolism Pathways of Individua Tuan Vo-Dinh, Ph.D. Duke University Durham, North Carolina
Cardio - Vascular Impact of Inhaled Multi - Wall Carbon Nanotubes Christopher Wingard, Ph.D. East Carolina University Greenville, North Carolina
Neurotoxicity of Nanomaterials: Evaluation of Subcellular Redox State Gary Miller, Ph.D. Emory University Atlanta, Georgia
Nano - Scale Tools for Use in Cell Biology George Whitesides, Ph.D. Harvard University Boston, Massachusetts
Long Term Cardiovascular Effects of Inhaled Nanoparticles Lung-Chi Chen, Ph.D. New York University School of Medicine New York, New York
Development of Methods and Models for Nanoparticle Toxicity Screening: Applicatio Andre Nel, Ph.D. University of California Los Angeles Los Angeles, California
Nanoparticle Disruption of Cell Function Andrij Holian, Ph.D. University of Montana Missoula, Montana
Environmentally Responsive Nano0pores Ilya Zharov, Ph.D. University of Utah Salt Lake City, Utah
Modulation of Qdot Nanoparticle Toxicity By Glutathione in Gcl Transgenic Mice Terrance Kavanagh, Ph.D. University of Washington Seattle, Washington

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