TriCEM


Guests: Dr. Charles Nunn, Director, TriCEM; Professor, Evolutionary Anthropology and Global Health, Duke University; Dr. Craig McClain, Deputy Director, TriCEM; Founder and Chief Editor, Deep Sea News
Topics: Rolling out TriCEM to the Triangle science community, succeeding NESCent; Charlie’s research on mammalian sleep; Craig’s oceanographic research, adventures, and his new blog, The Science of the South

 

TriCEM: Triangle Center for Evolutionary Medicine

NESCent reference site

Nunn laboratory site

Craig’s website

Click to Download: Radio In Vivo October 14, 2015

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Dr. Charles Nunn

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Dr. Craig McClain

Duke Ecotoxicology

Guest: Dr. Richard Di Giulio, Professor of Environmental Toxicology, Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University; Director, Duke Superfund Research Center (SRC); Director, Integrated Toxicology and Environmental Health Program (ITEHP)
Topics: Use of fishes as models for research on impacts of environmental contaminants, linkages between human and ecological health, the effects of nanomaterials on vertebrate development, ecological impact of mountaintop removal mining, Duke SRC, ITEHP

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Dr. Richard Di Giulio

 

Di Giulio Lab – Duke Ecotoxicology

Duke Superfund Research Center (SRC)

Richard’s Nicholas School faculty page

Duke University’s Integrated Toxicology and Environmental Health Program (ITEHP)

Click to Download: Radio In Vivo April 29, 2015