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Centers for Oceans and Human Health

Project TitlePrincipal InvestigatorInstitutionLocation
Scripps Center for Oceans and Human HealthBradley S. Moore, Ph.D.University of California, San DiegoLa Jolla, California
Woods Hole Center for Oceans & Human HealthJohn Stegeman, Ph.D.Woods Hole Oceanographic InstitutionWoods Hole, Massachusetts

Oceans, Great Lakes, and Human Health Research Projects

Project TitlePrincipal InvestigatorInstitution
In situ sensing system for the selective and sensitive detection of biological toxins in HABsHyeok Choi, Ph.D.University of Texas, Arlington
Translation regulation of gene expression in toxic dinoflagellatesRosemary Jagus, Ph.D.University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
Linking limnology to cyanotoxins in drinking water using buoy sensors and auto-samplingTodd Miller, Ph.D.University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Development of novel toxin detection methodologies applicable to marine and freshwater systemsJudy Westrick, Ph.D.Lake Superior State University
Development of novel detection and prediction algorithms for Microcystis bloomsTimothy Moore, Ph.D.University of New Hampshire
Does in utero exposure to domoic acid cause temporal lobe epilepsy?Paul Scott Buckmaster, D.V.M., Ph.D.Stanford University
Structure and function of ABC transporters to understand persistence of global marine pollutantsAmro Hamdoun, Ph.D.University of California, San Diego
A novel antibody based biomarker for toxicity of chronic domoic acid exposureDavid Marcinek, Ph.D.University of Washington
Immunotoxicity in humans with lifetime exposure to ocean pollutantsPhilippe Grandjean, Ph.D.Harvard School of Public Health
Mechanisms of reproductive, developmental, and early life stage impacts of marine oil spillsAndrew Whitehead, Ph.D.University of California, Davis
Climate impact on coastal ecosystem methylmercury: human exposure implicationsCelia Chen, Ph.D.Dartmouth College

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