Seminar/Training Schedule


Open to all interested EOHSI students, faculty, and staff.

Check back soon for newly scheduled events. If interested in presenting a talk, please contact us for details. 

The following is a list of past seminars and training sessions. 

BCT = Bioinformatics and Computational Toxicology Seminar
IST = Introductory Software Training Session

6/27/201310:00 amRoom 402BCTModeling toxicokinetics and pulmonary toxicodynamics of inhaled nanoparticles in mammalian systems
Dwaipayan Mukherjee, CCL, EOHSI
6/20/20139:00 amRoom 402BCTComputational Exposure Biology: Applications to Toxicokinetics and Toxicodynamics of Engineered Nanoparticles and Ultrafine Particles
Panos Georgopoulos, CCL, EOHSI
5/27/201103:15 pmRoom 402BCTPBPK modeling of silver nanoparticles and silver ions: Effect of size on distribution and metabolism
Dwaipayan Mukherjee, CCL, EOHSI
5/27/201102:30 pmRoom 402BCTEnvironmental modeling of silver nanoparticles using Simulink: A product life cycle approach
Steven Royce, CCL, EOHSI
5/26/201102:00 pmRoom 402ISTIntroduction to ArcGIS: Mapping, management, and analysis of environmental data
Xiaogang Tang and Wheat Mi, CCL, EOHSI
5/19/201102:00 pmRoom 402ISTIntroduction to Arraytrack - a bioinformatics resource for DNA microarray and systems biology
Jocelyn Alexander, CCL, EOHSI
11/29/201002:00 pmRoom BBCTA whole-body physiologically-based pharmacokinetic (PBPK) model for rats: Tocopherol as a protective agent against neurotoxicants
Dwaipayan Mukherjee, CCL, EOHSI
4/30/201002:00 pmRoom 402BCTSensitivity studies of contaminant dispersion and exposure in urban environments using Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulations
Sagnik Mazumdar, Ph.D., CCL, EOHSI
4/29/201003:00 pmRoom 402BCTAgent-based modeling (ABM) with geographic information system (GIS) for axon guidance in Caenorhabditis Elegans (C. Elegans)
Christopher Yung, CCL, EOHSI
4/27/201003:00 pmRoom 402BCTA multiscale model for the assessment of autonomic dysfunction in human endotoxemia
Pegy Foteinou, Rutgers Department of Biomedical Engineering and ebCTC
4/20/201003:00 pmRoom 402ISTCapabilities of Arraytrack - a bioinformatics resource for DNA microarray and systems biology
Jocelyn Alexander, CCL, EOHSI
4/15/201003:00 pmRoom 304ISTSimulink capabilities with application to physiologically based pharmacokinetic (PBPK) modeling
Alan Sasso, CCL, EOHSI
4/08/201003:00 pmRoom 402ISTAccessing and using the environmental bioinformatics Knowledge Base (ebKB)
Sastry Isukapalli and Jocelyn Alexander, CCL, EOHSI
4/01/201003:00 pmRoom 402ISTSystems Biology Graphical Notation (SBGN) with toxicological applications
C.J. Brinkerhoff, CCL, EOHSI
3/30/201003:00 pmRoom 402ISTIngenuity Pathway Analysis (IPA) application to environmental chemical exposures: Conazoles and pthalates
Meric Ovacik, Rutgers Department of Biomedical Engineering and ebCTC
3/19/201001:00 pmRoom 402BCTAn integrated toxicokinetic-toxicodynamic (TK/TD) model for arsenic in hepatocytes
Spyros Stamatelos, CCL, EOHSI
3/18/201003:00 pmRoom AISTArcGIS capabilities for environmental health applications with examples from the National Children's Study
Christopher Yung, CCL, EOHSI
3/16/201002:00 pmRoom 304ISTManaging references with Endnote, BibTex, and other tools
Linda Everett, CCL, EOHSI
3/12/201003:00 pmRoom 402ISTCompuCell 3D capabilities with case studies in systems toxicology
Dwaipayan Mukherjee, CCL, EOHSI
3/05/201001:00 pmRoom 402BCTPhysiologically based toxicokinetic and toxicodynamic model for oxidative stress following exposures to trichloroethylene
C.J. Brinkerhoff, Ph.D., CCL, EOHSI
2/19/201002:00 pmRoom ABCTPBPK modeling of alpha-tocopherol distribution in rats
Dwaipayan Mukherjee, CCL, EOHSI
1/22/201012:00 pmRoom 402BCTDevelopmental pesticide exposure: A new risk factor for ADHD
Jason Richardson, Ph.D., Toxicology Division, EOHSI