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Your Environment. Your Health.

Student Poster Winners

Lexington, Kentucky
October 23-26, 2011

Overview

Photo of 2011 SRP Annual Meeting Poster winners

Winners of the 2011 SRP Annual Meeting poster competition, with SRP Director Bill Suk, Ph.D. (second from left).
(Photo courtesy of Joseph Ray Au)

Each year the program encourages students to participate in the poster session and as part of this, we conduct a friendly poster competition where we recognize 3 biomedical and 3 non-biomedical student entrants on clarity, knowledge, and the relevance of their research to the goals of SRP. This year, 120 students competed and the 6 awards went to...

  • Cerebrovascular Toxicity of PCBs Bound to Nanoparticles in the Experimental Stroke Model
    Bei Zhang, Lei Chen, Bernhard Hennig, and Michal Toborek (University of Kentucky)
  • Novel Mechanism of Uranium Reduction via Microbial Nanowires
    Dena Cologgi, Lampa-Pastirk, S., Speers A.M., Kelly S.D., Gemma Reguera (Michigan State University)
  • Monitoring Soil Forming Processes and Contaminant Transport During Field-Scale Phytostabilization of Arsenic Containing Iron King Mine Tailings, Dewey-Humboldt, Arizona
    Corin Hammond, Root R.A., White S., Raina Maier, Jon Chorover (University of Arizona)
  • Mono-2-ethylhexyl Phthalate Induced Oxidative Stress in Human Placental Cells
    Lauren Tetz, Rita Loch-Caruso (University of Michigan)
  • Rhizosphere Biotransformation Products of Selected PCB Congeners
    Richard Meggo, Jerald Schnoor (University of Iowa)
  • Sulfated Metabolites of Polychlorinated Biphenyls are High-Affinity Ligands for Human Transthyretin
    Fabian Grimm, Hans-Joachim Lehmler, Larry Robertson, Michael Duffel (University of Iowa)
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