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Grantees

Cellular, Organs & Systems Pathobiology Branch (COSPB)

NameInstitutionLead Scientist
Jesus AraujoUniversity of California Los AngelesEffects of particulate air pollution on HDL function and atherosclerosis
Thomas BegleyState University of New York at AlbanyThe Roles of Trm9 and tRNA Methylation in the DNA Damage Response
Michelle BellYale UniversityNational Assessment of the Mortality and Morbidity Effects of Tropospheric Ozone
Jason BielasFred Hutchinson Cancer Research CenterMechanisms of Environmental and Nuclear and Mitochondrial Mutagenesis
Michelle BlockVirginia Commonwealth UniversityProtein radicals in microglia: environmental mechanisms of chronic neurotoxicity
Michael BorchersUniversity of CincinnatiShared Mechanisms of Pulmonary Lymphocyte Activation by Bacteria and Toxicants
Aaron BowmanVanderbilt UniversityGene-environment interactions between manganese exposure and Huntington disease
Jared BrownEast Carolina UniversityMechanisms of mast cell directed carbon nanotube toxicity
A. Brent CarterUniversity of IowaLung Inflammation and Fibrosis After Asbestosis Exposure is Regulated by Rac1
Yu ChenNew York University School of MedicineGenetic Susceptibility to Cardiovascular Effects of Arsenic Exposure
Stephania CormierLouisiana State University, Health Sciences Center New OrleansCombustion Generated PM0.1 and Predisposition to Asthma
Sarah DelaneyBrown UniversityInflammation as a Mediator of Dynamic DNA Mutations
Wenbin DengUniversity of California DavisOligodendrocytes, Glutamate Receptors, and Lead Neurotoxicity
Dana DolinoyUniversity of Michigan at Ann ArborIn Utero Exposure to Bisphenol A: Effects on the Fetal Epigenome
Cheryl FattmanUniversity of Pittsburgh at PittsburghThe role of ECSODF in lung repair after silica-induces injury
Rebecca FryUniversity of North Carolina Chapel HillIn utero exposure to arsenic, links to epigenetic alterations and disease
Yu-ying HeUniversity of ChicagoMechanisms of UVA-induced skin cancer
John HollingsworthDuke UniversityOzone Primes Pulmonary Innate Immunity
Sven-Eric JordtYale UniversityTRPA1 Channels in Sensory Neurons as Targets for Environmental Irritants
James LuyendykUniversity of Kansas Medical CenterMechanisms of xenobiotic-induced biliary inflammation and fibrosis
Scott MccullochNorth Carolina State University RaleighThe role of human DNA polymerase eta in the mutagenic response to oxidative stress
Gokhan MutluNorthwestern UniversityMechanisms of airborne particulate matter induced thrombosis
Laura NiedernhoferUniversity of Pittsburgh at PittsburghThe contribution of DNA interstrand crosslinks to aging
Timothy NurkiewiczWest Virginia UniversityRemote Microvascular Dysfunction After Particulate Matter Exposure
Marie O'NeillUniversity of Michigan at Ann ArborAir Pollution, Inflammation and Preterm Birth: A Mechanistic Study in Mexico City
Patricia OpreskoUniversity of Pittsburgh at PittsburghMechanisms of Telomeric DNA Loss and Repair
Heather PatisaulNorth Carolina State University RaleighEndocrine Disruption of the Hypothalamic Signaling That Regulates Puberty
Jingbo PiThe Hamner InstitutesParadoxical roles of Nrf2 activation in arsenic-induced beta-cell dysfunction
Jill PooleUniversity of Nebraska Medical CenterRole of pattern recognition receptors in organic dust-induced airway inflammation
Jason RichardsonUniversity of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey-Robert Wood Johnson Medical SchoolMechanisms of Pesticide-Induced Neurobehavioral Deficits: Relevance to ADHD
Joseph ShawIndiana University BloomingtonEffects of environmental contamination on gene copy number variation: Molecular b
Angela SlittUniversity of Rhode IslandEffect of nutritional status on MRP2 expression and biliary excretion of bisphenol
Heather StapletonDuke UniversityChildren's Exposure to Flame Retardants: Effects on Thyroid Hormone Regulation
Alexander StarUniversity of Pittsburgh at PittsburghInvestigations and Mitigation of Carbon Nanomaterial Toxicity
Donna ZhangUniversity of ArizonaThe protective role of Nrf2 in arsenic-induced toxicity and carcinogenicity

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