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Environmental Health Sciences

Environmental Health Sciences
Grand Rounds

The EHS Grand Rounds is an integral to the Department’s mission of improving public health by developing solutions to key challenges in local, national, and global environmental health. EHS Grand Rounds enhances the interdisciplinary research, education, training, and translation to policy and practice in the Department and raise the visibility of the field of environmental health science in the School.

Environmental Health Sciences Grand Rounds occurs approximately once a month during the academic year and features a combination of external speakers and current faculty members.

New Frontiers in Pulmonary Hypertension:
The Interface Between Inflammation
and Metabolism


Rubin M. Tuder, MD
The Hart Family Professor of Medicine
Director of the Program in Translational Lung Research, University of Colorado Denver
EHS grand rounds12.11.15

Soil, Food and Health

Patrick Holden
Director and Chief Executive, Sustainable Food Trust

Department of Environmental Health Sciences
Grand Rounds & 16th Annual Edward & Nancy Dodge Lecture

dodge lecture 2015
Lead Neurotoxicity:
From Behavior to Molecular Mechanisms and Novel Therapeutic Approaches


Tomás R. Guilarte, PhD
Professor and Chair, Department of Environmental Health Sciences, Columbia University, Mailman School of Public Health
ehs grand rounds10.9.15
Poisons in the Well:
Exposure, Consequences and Remediation of Arsenic and Manganese in Bangladesh


Joseph Graziano, PhD
Professor, Environmental Health Sciences
Columbia University
Mailman School of Public Health
 
grand rounds 9.11.15
The Impacted Modern Human Microbiome

Maria Gloria Dominguez-Bello, PhD
Associate Professor, Human Microbiome Program
New York University School of Medicine
ehs gr 5.2015

Breaching Barriers in Translational Research

Orla M. Smith, PhD
Managing Editor
Science Translational Medicine

grand rounds 3.13

Models and Mechanisms of Mammalian Aging

Toren Finkel MD, PhD
Chief, Center for Molecular Medicine
National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, NIH
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
Adjunct Associate Professor of Medicine

Models and Mechanisms of Mammalian Aging

A Holistic Approach to Air Pollution Exposure Assessment

Kirsten Koehler, PhD
Assistant Professor
Department of Environmental Health Sciences
Johns Hopkins School of Public Health

 A Holistic Approach to Air Pollution Exposure Assessment

Interdisciplinary Approach to the Development of Sound Scientific Support: The 2014 West Virginia Water Crisis Experience

Rahul Gupta, MD, MPH, FACP
Health Officer and Executive Director, Kanawha-Charleston Health Department, Putnam County Health Department

Interdisciplinary Approach to the Development of Sound Scientific Support: The 2014 West Virginia Water Crisis Experience

Adapting to Change: Science, Politics and the Future of Environmental Health

Dr. Tom Burke
Associate Dean for Public Health Practice and Training
Professor, Department of Health Policy and Management

Adapting to Change: Science, Politics and the Future of Environmental Health

The 2013 "Keswick Incident:" The Intersection of EHS and Emergency Management at the University

Jonathan Links, PhD
Chief Risk Officer, Johns Hopkins University
Director, Center for Public Health Preparedness
Professor, EHS
                     

2013 keswick incident

Air Pollution and Cardiometabolic Disease:
Signals in the Air

Sanjay Rajagopalan, MBBS, FACC, FAHA
Division Head, Cardiovascular Medicine
University of Maryland School of Medicine

signals in the air

Epidemiologic Context and Community Dynamics of Environmental and Occupational Infectious Diseases

Christopher D. Heaney, PhD, MS
Assistant Professor
Department of Environmental Health Sciences
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg of Public Health

heaney

Effects of an Impacted Environment
(the microbiome) on Long-term Health

Martin J. Blaser, MD
The George and Muriel Singer Professor of Medicine
Professor of Microbiology, and Director of the Human
Microbiome Program, NYU Langone Medical Center

Impacted Environment grand rounds

Interface Between the Environment and Epigenetics

“Epigenetics: How Genes and Environment Interact”
Winnie Wan-yee Tang, PhD
Assistant Professor
and
“Deciphering the Mouse DNA Methylome”
Zhibin Wang, PhD, MS
Assistant Professor

epigenetics grand rounds

Colon Cancer: How the Microbiome May Act Up

Cynthia L. Sears, MD
Professor of Medicine and Oncology
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

microbiome ehs grand rounds

“Airborne Particulate Matter and Human Health: Recent Research and Remaining Challenges”

Michelle L. Bell, PhD
Professor of Environmental Health School of Forestry
and Environmental Studies Yale University
 

particulate air grand rounds