Bioengineered vaccines

Guest: Dr. Joel Collier, Associate Professor, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Pratt School of Engineering, Duke University
Topics: Biomaterials and immune responses, self-assembled peptide vaccines, supramolecular systems, bioengineered gels

 

Dr. Joel Collier

 

The Collier Group lab

Joel’s BME Department faculty page

“Joel Collier: Nudging Immunological Responses”

Click to Download: Radio In Vivo June 14, 2017

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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

Nanomaterials health and safety

Guest: Dr. James Bonner, Professor of Toxicology, Department of Biological Sciences, North Carolina State University
Topics: Nanotechnology health and safety, health effects of respiratory exposures to nanomaterials

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Dr. James Bonner

 

The Bonner Lab

“Coating carbon nanotubes reduces lung injury risk” NIEHS Environmental Factor newsletter article, October 2014

“Nanotechnology: Looking As We Leap” Ernie’s 2004 Environmental Health Perspectives article on nanomaterials health and safety

NIEHS nanotechnology research

National Toxicology Program (NTP) Nanotechnology Safety Initiative

Click to Download: Radio In Vivo November 12, 2014

Nanotechnology: Health, Safety, and Environmental Issues

Guest: Dr. Mark Wiesner, Director, Center for the Environmental Implications of NanoTechnology (CEINT), Duke University
Topics: Health and safety issues associated with nanotechnology, recent NAS report on crafting a strategy for nanotech environmental, health, and safety nanomaterials research, CEINT

Dr. Mark Wiesner

Center for the Environmental Implications of NanoTechnology

The Wiesner Research Group at Duke University

2012 NAS report: A Research Strategy for Environmental, Health, and Safety Aspects of Engineered Nanomaterials

Ernie’s 2004 Environmental Health Perspectives cover story on nanotechnology safety

Click to Download: Radio In Vivo February 22, 2012