Implications for Toxicology, Medicine, and Risk Assessment
April 24 – 25, 2012
University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA
- Food Safety and Chemotherapy
Dr. Gordon W. Gribble, Department of Chemistry, Dartmouth College.
Part 1 [PDF]
Part 2 [PDF]
- Postconditioning Hormesis | Mild Stress Stimulates Recovery in Cells
Dr. Fred Wiegant, Dptm Biology, Utrecht University, University College Utrecht. [PDF]
- Hormesis to Enhance Neural Progenitor Cell Viability for Regenerative Medicine
Guanghu Wang, Ph.D. [PDF]
- Adaptive Response in Mammalian Cells Exposed to Ionizing Radiation & Non-Ionizing Radiofrequency Fields
Vijayalaxmi, Maria R. Scarfi, Yi Cao. [PDF]
- Dose-Response Assessment for Arsenic: A Case Study for Why the LNT Doesn’t Work
Barbara Beck and Ari Lewis. [PDF]
- Returning to our Roots: The New Radiation Biology
Brant Ulsh, Ph.D., CHP, Colorado State University. [PDF]
- Gene Expression Patterns Illuminate Mechanistic Backgrounds of Hormesis in Caenorhabditis elegans
Christian E.W. Steinberg, Kerstin Pietsch, Nadine Saul, Stefanie Menzel, Suresh C. Swain, Stephen R. Stürzenbaum, Ralph Menzel, King’s College London, University of London, Humboldt University. [PDF]
- Low-Dose Radiation Benefits, a New Paradigm
Bobby R. Scott, Lovelace Respiratory, Research Institute. [PDF]
- Tannins: Hormetic Longevity-Triggers or just Energy-Allocators?
Nadine Saul, Kerstin Pietsch, Ralph Menzel, Stephen Stürzenbaum, and Christian Steinberg, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Laboratory of
Freshwater & Stress Ecology, King´s College London, Analytical and Environmental Science Division. [PDF]
- Chronic Radiation Exposure Induces Cellular Adaptive Response in Interventional Cardiologists
Gian Luigi Russo, Istituto di Scienze dell’Alimentazione. [PDF]
- Dose-Response Toxicity and Molecular Responses to Crocidolite Asbestos and Silica Polymorphisms in Human Lung Epithelial Cells
Brooke T. Mossman, Director, Environmental Pathology Training Program, University of Vermont College of Medicine. [PDF]
- Pseudoscientific Aspects of Fine Particulate Matter Epidemiology, 1993-2012
James E. Enstrom, Ph.D., M.P.H., Epidemiologist, UCLA School of Public Health & Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center, President Scientific Integrity Institute. [PDF]
- For a Nuclear Accident, What is the Appropriate Radiation Level for Evacuating People?
Jerry M. Cuttler, Cuttler & Associates Inc. [PDF]
- Chemical Hormesisin Plant Pathogenic Fungi and Fungus-like Oomycetes
Carla D. Garzon and Francisco J. Flores, Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology, Oklahoma State University. [PDF]
- Beyond Dose-Response: Concentration Responses and Food
Dr. Jaap C. Hanekamp, Roosevelt Academy, Prof. Dr. Aalt Bast, Department of Toxicology, Maastricht University. [PDF]
- Alternative Medicine Techniques and Electromagnetic fields alter Radiation Response
Carmel Mothersill, McMaster University. [PDF]
- Effect of Low Doses of Low-LET Radiation on the Innate Anti-tumor Reactions in Radioresistant and Radiosensitive Mise
Ewa M. Nowosielska, Aneta Cheda, Jolanta Wrembel-Wargocka, Marek K. Janiak, Department of Radiobiology and Radiation Protection, Military Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology. [PDF]
2012 Outstanding New Investigator: Julie E. Goodman, Ph.D., DABT Dr. Julie Goodman, an epidemiologist and a Diplomate of the American Board of Toxicology, is a principal at Gradient, an environmental consulting firm. She is also on the adjunct faculty in the department of epidemiology at the Harvard School of Public Health. Her primary responsibilities at Gradient include the design, oversight, analysis, and interpretation of ...
2012 Outstanding Leadership Award: Dr. Lynn Hlatky Dr. Lynn Hlatky is an internationally known radiobiologist and cancer biologist. She received her PhD from the University of CA, Berkeley and trained in heavy ion radiobiology at Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory. She then was recruited to Harvard Medical School where she was faculty in Dept. of Radiation Oncology for a decade and half, before founding ...
2012 Outstanding Career Achievement: Roger O. McClellan, DVM, MMS, DSc (Honorary) Roger O. McClellan, DVM, MMS, DSc (Honorary), Diplomate-ABT, Diplomate-ABVT, Fellow-ATS, AAAR, SRA, HPS and AAAS Member – Institute of Medicine Dr. McClellan received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Washington State University in 1960 and joined the Hanford Laboratories, Richland, WA, staff to conduct research on radionuclide toxicity in domestic animals. As a U.S. Atomic ...