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Grantees

Current Outstanding New Environmental Scientists (ONES)

Name Institution Title
Lauren Aleksunes Rutgers University, New Brunswick Disposition of environmental chemicals during pregnancy
Neel Aluru Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Role of de novo DNMTs in toxicant induced alterations in DNA methylation
Kara Bernstein University of Pittsburgh Replication fork dynamics and repair by Rad51 paralogues after DNA alkylation
A. Brent Carter University of Iowa Asbestosis is regulated by Rac1-mediated mitochondrial H2O2 levels
Sarah Delaney Brown University Inflammation as a mediator of dynamic DNA mutations
Ulrike Dydak Purdue University Neuroimaging for early diagnosis of manganese toxicity
Rebecca Fry University of North Carolina Chapel Hill In utero exposure to arsenic, links to epigenetic alterations and disease
Stacey Harper Oregon State University Integrative studies to define drivers of nanomaterial toxicity
Samir Kelada University of North Carolina Chapel Hill Gene-environment interactions with ozone in experimental asthma
William Mack University of Southern California Neurotoxicity of Airborne particles: role of chronic cerebral hypoperfusion
Joel Meyer Duke University The role of mitochondrial damage in neurodegeneration
Dana Miller University of Washington Mechanisms of hydrogen-sulfide effects on the epigenetic landscape
Gokhan Mutlu Northwestern University Mechanisms of airborne particulate matter induced thrombosis
Brandon Pierce University of Chicago A study of telomeres in an arsenic-exposed Bangladesh cohort
Christy Porucznik University of Utah Peri-conceptional biomonitoring
Kun Lu University of Georgia Functional Interaction between the gut microbiome and arsenic exposure
Vishal Vaidya Brigham and Women's Hospital Fibrinogen signaling in kidney tissue repair
Donna Zhang University of Arizona The protective role of Nrf2 against arsenic-induced toxicity and carcinogenicity

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