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Poster Session B: October 27, 2009: 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Poster Session Presenter Title
B1 Sam LeFevre Cancer Mapping with webDMAP in Utah
B2 Sue Casteel Protecting Public Health during the Kansas and Iowa Floods
B3 Amy Finch Interactions between Poverty, Anemia, and Parastic Infection in Rural Brazil
B4 Elizabeth Frame Marine Mammals as Sentinels of Ocean and Human Health:  A Baseline Study of Algal Toxins on the US W
B5 Michael Poole Influence of Training and Previous Experience on the Self-Efficacy of Environmentalists
B6 Leslie Rubin Break the Cycle of Environmental Health Disparities: A Model for Promoting Research and Advocacy amo
B7 Deborah Morrison-Ibrahim Field evaluation for testing correlation between lead concentration in household dust and soil lead
B8 Elizabeth Wasilevich Describing Threats to Asthma Control in the Home Environment for Children with Asthma - A Comparison
B9 John Kraemer CEA Global Pediatric Asthma Program
B10 Perry Sheffield To Seal or Not to Seal:  A Review of Current Evidence and Controversies regarding Bisphenol A in Den
B11 Erin Simms Multi-state collaboration in environmental and occupational health indicator development
B12 Margaret Conomos EPA/CDC/ATSDR Community Collaboration Web Portal
B13 Patra Volarath Structure-Activity Approach to Public Health Guidance for Toxic Chemicals
B14 Wilma López Research-Based Approach to Improving NCEH’s and ATSDR’s Web Presence
B15 Arti Shankar Methods to Incorporate Hospital Discharge and Air Monitoring Data into an EPHT Framework
B16 Jana Hirsch Heavy metals in urban community gardens: Analysis of risk to gardeners in West Philadelphia
B17 Sylvia Allen-Lewis Developing New Hazard Category Language for the ATSDR’s Public Health Assessment Products
B18 Vanessa Yandell Massachusetts Department of Public Health Statewide Surveillance of Health Concerns and Toxic Algae
B19 Clement Welsh Polychlorinated Biphenyls in Breast Milk:  Application of a PBPK Model for Site-Specific Evaluations
B20 Patrick Young Regional Response Team  / Joint Response Team:  Interim Activation Guidance for Poison Control Cente
B21 Matthew Murphy Survey of Unregulated Drinking Water Sources on the Navajo Nation
B22 Amy Kyle Improving Indicators for the Health of America’s Children
B23 Amy Peterson MRSA Surveillance in the Environment: Methods, and Validation and Implications
B24 Doug Farquhar Children's Consumer Products
B25 Zdravko Paskalev
Estimation Of The Lung Cancer Risk From Indour Exposure To Radon In Bulgaria
B26 Samuel LeFevre Maternal Residential Proximity to Traffic and Adverse Birth Outcomes — Four Utah Counties, 2000–2006
B27 Ruth Wolf Speciation of Arsenic, Selenium, and Chromium in Wildfire Ashes and Soils by HPLC-ICP-MS
B28 Leslie Fields The ongoing storm: Formaldehyde in FEMA trailers
B29 Sharron LaFollette Skills, Competencies and Future Challenges for Environmental Health Practitioners and Administrators
B30 Margo Pedroso Policy change is a catalyst for increasing active travel to school and reducing barriers
B31 Colleen Martin Use of the National Poison Data System for National Public Health Toxic Exposure and Illness Surveil
B33 Suzanne Perry Natural Disaster Scenarios to Increase Resiliency
B34 Erin Abramsohn Government and Stakeholder Collaboration to Prevent and Control Obesity in California
B35 Elmer Diaz Summary of Results of the Duwamish Valley Regional Modeling and Health Risk Assessment Seattle, Wash
B36 Leslie Rubin Building Global Children’s Environmental Health Capacity: Partnership in Chile
B37 Juleen Lam Dose-response assessment methods to inform environmental policy: an application of Bayesian hierarch
B39 Lora Werner Engaging community members living near an historic asbestos site in Pennsylvania
B40 Laurel Berman Five Mile Creek, Alabama: Converting Brownfield Sites to Greenspaces for Community Health and Recrea
B43 Helen Binns Safe & Healthy Homes (SHH): Embarking on Lead Poisoning Primary Prevention
B44 Moiz Mumtaz Cumulative Risk Assessment of Multiple Stressors and Public Health
B46 Nisha Botchwey Water Perceptions, Access Innovations and Health through Photovoice in Limpopo Province, South Afric
B47 Ed Geick Baraboo, Wisconsin: Integrating Public Health in Brownfields Redevelopment

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