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Poster Session A: October 26, 2009: 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm


Poster Session Presenter Title
A1 Linda Dykema Human Exposure to Dioxin-Like Compounds in Contaminated Soil and Home-Produced Eggs
A2 Yu-Dan Wei Geographic variations in breast cancer incidence and its possible association with fat consumption
A3 Sheryl Cates Americans Are Not Prepared to Ensure Food Safety During Power Outages
A4 Linda Mota An increased sensitivity to organophosphates in mice by perturbed detoxification.
A5 Stuart Schmitz Fish Consumption Advisories - The Iowa Approach
A6 Judith Akoto Evaluation of Smoke Alarm Functionality in CDC’s Smoke Alarm Installation and Fire Safety Education
A7 Kathy Decker Results from the first year of a case based CO Poisoning Surveillance System in Maine
A8 Tünde Meyers Multi-analyte, HPLC/MS/MS method for assessing exposure to Acrylamide, Glycidamide and Ethylene Oxid
A9 Racquel Stephenson The First Puerto Rico Children’s Environmental Health Conference: Lessons Learned and Best Practices
A10 Jacek Mazurek Miscellaneous chemicals associated with work-related asthma
A11 Diane Jackson Review of Soil Lead near Hazardous Waste Sites and Blood Lead Levels in People Living Near Them
A12 Maria Ospina Analytical Method for Assessing Formaldehyde Exposure in Humans
A13 Jennifer Davis Disasters and Health and Healthcare Disparities
A14 Hatice Zahran Assessment of Indoor Environmental Factors among Persons with Asthma - 2006
A15 Yunfeng Tie High-Throughput Computational Screening for Plausible Gene-Environment Interactions in Autism
A16 Kelly Salinas Case Study Analyses of a Framework for Determining a Mutagenic Mode of Carcinogenic Action
A17 Emmanuel Okechukwu Mainstreaming healthcare waste management: strategies for safeguarding safety, environmental health
A18 Becky Rentz Bring Your Own Bag to the Garden Market – A Sustainable Worksite Campaign
A19 Clement Welsh Application of a PBPK Model to Estimate Chloroform Exposures in Humans
A20 David Fowler Videography to Aid Community Understanding of Environmental Exposures and Toxicokinetc Principles
A21 Victoria Lowerson Recreational space: A place for promoting “green health”
A22 Lisa Ingerman Identification of the Point of Departure for a Chronic Oral Minimal Risk Level for Cadmium
A23 Dhitinut Ratnapradipa  Environmental health perspectives on climate change
A24 Kimberly Nguyen Environmental factors associated with asthma severity among adults in New England
A25 David Goldsmith Use of Pesticides by an Urban Population
A26 Jeff Neistadt Developing the Future Environmental Health Workforce
A27 Eliza Gross Estimating the Probability of Elevated Arsenic Concentrations in Pennsylvania Groundwater
A28 Carl Herbrandson "Fingerprinting" of PAHs in Sediments and cPAH Potency Equivalence
A29 Jerald Fagliano Lung Cancer Incidence near Chromium-Contaminated Waste Sites
A30 Chih-yang Hu Rainwater harvesting system with GIS-aided resources conservation planning
A31 Tursynbek Nurmagambetov Is Home-Based Environmental Intervention to Reduce Asthma Morbidity Good Value for Money?
A32 Katrina Korfmacher Building capacity for community participation in local lead coalitions
A33 Robin Schafer Characterizing risk to populations near EPA tracked contaminated lands
A34 Candace Rutt Typology of Park Users: Using Cluster Analysis to Categorize Urban Park Users
A35 Erik Janus 21st century approaches to risk assessment:  integrating new data streams for optimal public health
A36 Patrick Levallois Effectiveness of Boil Water Advisories in Reducing Exposure to Fecal Contamination of Drinking Wate
A37 Deborah Burgin Going Green: How to Green Meetings using the NEPHC as a Case Study
A38 Tiffany Delcour Challenges with EPA’s AQS system: Extraction, Management and Usability for Environmental Epidemiolog
A39 Marian Feinberg Barriers to Community-Institutional Partnerships In Environmental Health:  Trust Is Not Enough
A40 Laurel Berman East Cleveland Health and Development Initiative
A42 Terry Greene Youth education and outreach on environmental health factors for breast cancer
A43 Adela Salame-Alfie Developing Partnerships – A positive outcome as we prepared for the Empire09 radiological exercise
A44 Elmer Diaz Chemical risks associated with Consumption of Shellfish Harvested on Oakland Bay, Washington
A45 Shannon Laing REACHing toward Healthier Anishinaabek: Promoting Healthy Native Communities in Michigan
A47 James Durant Exposure Investigation of Asbestos in the Sands of Illinois Beach State Park

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