ISRTP/RSESS Student Award
has collaborated with the Society of Toxicology (SOT) Regulatory and
Safety Evaluation Specialty Section (RSESS) annually since 2010. to
contribute toward the ISRTP/RSESS student award. This is an award
for the best student poster addressing an area of interest to ISRTP
and is presented at the RSESS meeting at the annual SOT meeting.
Recipients to date::
Ji Zhiying, School of Public Health,
University of California at Berkeley
Numerical chromosome aberrations in the
peripheral lymphocytes of workers exposed to low levels of benzene
Corie Ellison, Pharmacology and Toxicology
Dept., State University of New York at Buffalo
Construction and validation of a human
PBPK/PD model for chlorpyrifos exposure using human biomarker data
Environmental Healh Science, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
modeling of polyethylene glycol-coated polyacrilamide nanoparticles
Rebecca Alyea, Post-doc in Toxicology and
Environmental Research and Consulting at Dow Chemical Company
Is the current product safety assessment
paradigm protective for transgenerational epigenetic effects?
April D. Lake, Curriculum of Toxicology,:
University of North Carolina/U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
action profiles for pesticide compounds with rodent liver tumor
Mira Pavkovic, Post-doc in Systems
Biology, Harvard Medical School.
Early detection of kidney toxicity in humans using urinary microRNA-21,-200c and -423.
graduate student In Environmental Health and Occupational Sciences
at the University of Washington.
"A framework for the derivation of a
health-based occupational exposure limit for silver".
Dr. Rui Xiong,
post-doctorial researcher at the U.S. FDA's National Center for Toxicologial Research.
"Evaluating mode of action of acrolein toxicity in an in vitro human airway tissue model."
Dr. Wei-Chun Chou,
a Graduate student at the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences at the University of Washington.
"Bayesian Evaluation of Physiologically Based Pharmacokinetic (PBPK) Modeling for Perfluorooctanesulfonate (PFOS) to Characterize the Interspecies Uncertainty between Mice, Rats, Monkeys, and Humans"