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Your Environment. Your Health.


Current Outstanding New Environmental Scientists (ONES)

Institution Name Title
Johns Hopkins University Jessie Buckley Early Life Phthalate and Perfluoroalkyl Substance Exposures and Childhood Bone Health
University of South Alabama Aishwarya Prakash Repair of Environmentally Induced Mitochondrial DNA Damage
University of Texas Health Science Center - Houston Kristina Whitworth Fine Particulate Matter, Fetal Growth and Neurodevelopment: Examining Critical Windows of Susceptibility
Boston Children's Hospital Jonathan Gaffin Indoor Air Quality and Respiratory Morbidity in School-Aged Children with Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia
Mainehealth Abby Fleisch Environmental Chemicals, Adiposity, and Bone Accrual Across Adolescence
Louisiana State University A&M College Baton Rouge Yogesh Saini Understanding the Role of Myeloid Cells in Ozone-induced Airway Disease
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Neel Aluru Role of de novo DNMTs in toxicant induced alterations in DNA methylation
University of Michigan Justin Adam Colacino Developmental Exposures, Stem Cell Reprogramming, and Breast Cancer Disparities
University of Alabama at Birmingham Daniel Aaron Gorelick Investigating aryl hydrocarbon receptor-cofactor interactions that mediate toxicity
University of California, San Diego Mohit Jain Mapping the Plasma Exposome and its Association with Human Cardiovascular Disease
Texas A&M University Natalie M Johnson Mechanisms of particulate matter driven infant respiratory disease
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Samir Kelada Gene-environment interactions with ozone in experimental asthma
University of California at Davis Michele A La Merrill Perinatal DDT causes insulin resistance in mice through impaired thermogenesis
University of Rhode Island Deyu Li Mutational spectra of bulky DNA lesions
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Kun Lu Functional Interaction between the gut microbiome and arsenic exposure
University of Southern California William Mack Neurotoxicity of Airborne particles: role of chronic cerebral hypoperfusion
Boston Children's Hospital Maitreyi Mazumdar Does arsenic increase risk of neural tube defects in a highly-exposed population?
University of Texas, Austin Somshuvra Mukhopadhyay Regulation of manganese homeostasis and detoxification by SLC30A10
Michigan State University Cheryl Elizabeth Rockwell The role of Nrf2 in immune cell polarization and allergy
University of Colorado Denver James Roede Altered Hippocampal Neurogenesis and Cognition via Maneb-mediated Changes in the Thiol Redox Proteome.
University of Illinois at Chicago Robert M Sargis Selenoproteins in Arsenic-Induced Metabolic Dysfunction
Boston University Medical Campus Madeleine Scamwell Longitudinal Study of Risk Factors for Mesoamerican Nephropathy among Agricultural Workers in El Salvador, Central America
Baylor College of Medicine Zheng Sun Gender-Specific Effects of Arsenic in Diabetes
Duke University Robert Matthew Tighe CXCL10/CXCR3 regulation of ozone-induced epithelial permeability
University of California, Riverside David Christopher Volz Developmental toxicity of organophosphate-based flame retardants
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