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  • Welcome to EOHSI
    Week 2012 EOHSI tracks the cleaning of New Jersey s air from the 1960 s to the present 25 th YEAR OF RESEARCH TEACHING AND SERVICE With its broad and multidisciplinary faculty base the Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences Institute is an international resource that supports basic and clinical research in environmental health sciences and exposure assessment and fosters associated programs in environmental health education and public policy Current Research

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  • Welcome to EOHSI
    Week 2012 EOHSI tracks the cleaning of New Jersey s air from the 1960 s to the present 25 th YEAR OF RESEARCH TEACHING AND SERVICE With its broad and multidisciplinary faculty base the Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences Institute is an international resource that supports basic and clinical research in environmental health sciences and exposure assessment and fosters associated programs in environmental health education and public policy Current Research

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  • EOHSI Mission Statement and Leadership
    and exposure assessment and fosters associated programs in environmental health education and public policy Established in 1986 EOHSI is jointly sponsored by the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and Rutgers The State University of New Jersey Its major objectives are to Advance understanding of the mechanisms by which environmental and occupational chemical exposures impact human health Identify and measure human environmental and occupational exposure to chemicals Treat populations adversely affected by chemical exposures Develop educational tools describing relative risks of chemical exposures Contribute to public policies related to environmental and occupational chemical risks Offer training programs for environmental health professionals The Institute serves as an unbiased source of expertise about environmental problems for communities employers and governments in all areas of occupational and environmental health toxicology and risk assessment EOHSI members are active as advisors to international national state and local organizations on public health issues EOHSI LEADERSHIP Interim Director of EOHSI Kenneth Reuhl Ph D Associate Director of EOHSI Howard Kipen M D M P H Deputy Director of EOHSI Paul J Lioy Ph D Director NIEHS Center for Excellence Helmut Zarbl Ph D DIVISION DIRECTORS Environmental Epidemiology and Statistics Daniel

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  • Directory
    Staff All EOHSI Personnel A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z All EOHSI Divisions Toxicology Exposure Science Clinical Research and Occupational Medicine Environmental Epidemiology and Statistics Environmental Health Policy Public Education and Risk Communication Central Administration Home About EOHSI Divisions Centers Core Facilities Graduate Programs Conferences Awards Seminars EOHSI Directory Contact

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  • Divisions
    Environmental Epidemiology and Statistics Environmental Health Policy Public Education and Risk Communication Divisions Toxicology Exposure Science Clinical Research and Occupational Medicine Environmental Epidemiology and Statistics Environmental Health Policy Public Education and Risk Communication Home About EOHSI Divisions Centers Core Facilities

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  • EOHSI Centers
    facility for workplace health with a team of nationally known occupational physicians psychologists nurses social workers and industrial hygienists develops innovative services to meet the health needs of various corporations and businesses NIEHS Center for Environmental Exposures and Disease CEED One of only 21 such centers in the U S the NIEHS Center is the driving force underlying much of EOHSI s scientific research The center strives to solve environmental health problems through collaborative research Ozone Research Center The Center studies the causes dynamics and effects of photochemical air pollution smog at the fundamental level with special focus on issues and air quality problems affecting the Northeastern United States and in particular the State of New Jersey EPA Center for Exposure and Risk Modeling CERM The principal mission of the EPA Center for Exposure and Risk Modeling is the development and application of computational tools for source to dose exposure assessments These tools can be used either on a standalone basis or as components of the M odeling EN vironment for TO tal R isk MENTOR system UMDNJ Rutgers University CounterACT Research Center of Excellence One of four new centers to develop drugs to counter chemical terrorism funded by the

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  • Core Facilities
    Laskin the core provides access to expert assistance with various techniques in flow cytometry cell sorting image analysis and confocal microscopy as well as expert consultation in experimental design for optimization of data generation data analysis presentation and publication Molecular Histology Center MHC The MHC is a collaborative effort supporting academic and industrial researchers in performing a variety of tissue section based assays including in situ hybridization auto radiography immuno histochemistry stereology densitometry image capture and presentation and remote assisted image processing Controlled Exposure Facilities Core Laboratory Under the direction of Dr Paul Lioy the Controlled Exposure Facility CEF Core provides expertise and facilities to conduct human and animal exposure studies The Core is comprised of two technology units overseeing exposure chambers that provide controlled atmospheres to human subjects or small animals The controlled environmental chambers share components of the pollutant generation systems allowing for exposure conditions that recapitulate those encountered in both environmental and occupational settings The goal of the human exposure unit is to provide accurate exposures of human subjects in a setting where many host and environmental factors can be rigorously controlled and where biological specimens can be collected for discovery of biological response indicators and mechanistic

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  • EOHSI Graduate Programs
    groups EOHSI houses three graduate programs The Joint Graduate Program in Toxicology Graduate Program in Exposure Science JGPES Residency and Fellowship Program in Occupational and Environmental Medicine EOHSI sponsors research education and service programs in a setting that fosters interaction among experts in environmental health toxicology occupational health exposure assessment public policy and health education It houses a select group of scientists physicians educators and policy researchers who are engaged

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