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Your Environment. Your Health.

SRP Researchers and Trainees Travel to China for IEBMC Meeting

Six people standing in front of a large conference banner

Carlin and Cormier pictured with four students who were awarded SRP travel grants to attend the IEBMC meeting. From left, Carlin; Natalie Fuentes from Pennsylvania State University; Emma Bowers, Ph.D., from the University of Arizona; Cormier; Chuqi Guo from Louisiana State University; and Hadi Abou El Hassan from the American University of Beirut.
(Photo courtesy of Danielle Carlin)

Superfund Research Program (SRP) grantees were well represented at the sixth annual International Experimental Biology and Medicine Conference (IEBMC), held October 19 – 21 in Chengdu, China. Co-sponsored by SRP, the 2018 IEBMC focused on environmental health and medicine.

IEBMC brings together international partners to advance experimental biology and medicine and facilitates conversation between established career scientists, policy officials, and trainees. Invited lecturers included current SRP grantees Stephania Cormier, Ph.D., from the Louisiana State University SRP Center and Robert Tanguay, Ph.D., of the Oregon State University SRP Center. Former SRP grantees Kenneth Ramos, Ph.D., of the University of Arizona and Alvaro Puga, Ph.D., of the University of Cincinnati were also invited lecturers.

Participants shared and discussed the latest research on air pollution and human health, assessing the toxicity of hazardous contaminants, precision medicine, emerging technologies, and bioinformatics.

SRP Health Scientist Administrator Danielle Carlin, Ph.D., gave an invited talk focused on using atherosclerosis as a case study to understand the joint action of environmental chemical and nonchemical stressors.

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