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FRTR Spring 2020 Meeting: Bioremediation Advances - New Strategies, Optimization, and Performance Monitoring (Part 2)
06/05/2020
Internet Seminar
The Spring 2020 meeting of the Federal Remediation Technologies Roundtable (FRTR) will be held as a two-part webinar on Friday, May 29 and Friday, June 5, 2020. As always, FRTR meetings are open to the public. FRTR's objectives for this meeting are to: review the state of the practice of bioremediation: Broad overview of where it is commonly applied, where it is still experimental, and what are the challenges; discuss advances in bioremediation for organic and inorganic contaminants, including new approaches, optimization, and tools for monitoring technologies to determine successful performance; and review brief case studies to demonstrate how new technologies are being applied and optimized.
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Exposures and Latent Disease Risk: Session III - Arsenic as a Case Study
06/08/2020
Internet Seminar
The NIEHS Superfund Research Program (SRP) is hosting a Risk e-Learning webinar series focused on understanding the health effects of exposures when there is a lag between exposure and the onset of the disease. In the third session, presenters will describe studies linking early-life arsenic exposure and later-life disease risk. The focus on arsenic as a case study may also provide insights into linking other exposures to latent disease risk and identifying windows of susceptibility.
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Exposures and Latent Disease Risk: Session IV - Moving Forward
06/16/2020
Internet Seminar
The NIEHS Superfund Research Program (SRP) is hosting a Risk e-Learning webinar series focused on understanding the health effects of exposures when there is a lag between exposure and the onset of the disease. In the fourth and final session, presenters will discuss emerging toxicology and modeling methods, as well as needs, to better link exposure to latent disease risk.
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