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Congratulations to the TOX Division Poster Competition Winners

May 27, 2021

The Division for Toxicology would like to recognize our young scientists who attended the ASPET Annual Meeting at EB 2021 and participated in our poster competition.  The judges were very impressed with the science and presentations this year.

Undergraduate Student:

1st place: Tanvi Banota, Rutgers University
“Farnesoid X Receptor Regulates Immune Cell Activation and Recruitment to the Lung following Exposure of Mice to Nitrogen Mustard.”

Graduate and Post-baccalaureate Students:

1st place: Janet Zhou, University of Alberta
“Selenide stimulates the biliary excretion of arsenic in human HepaRG cells.”

2nd place: Alyssa Bellomo, Rutgers University
“The Evaluation of Acute Lung Injury Induced by Nitrogen Mustard in Mouse Precision Cut Lung Slices.”

3rd place: Jaclynn Andres, Rutgers University
“Development of Feed Forward and Conditional Models Based on Rodent Imaging Data to Predict Effects of Nitrogen Mustard on Pulmonary Function.”

Postdoctoral Scientists:

1st place: Ley Smith, Ley, Rutgers University
“Rosiglitazone restores pulmonary surfactant and lipid homeostasis in mice exposed to ozone.”

2nd place: Satyendra Singh, Michigan State University
“Phosgene Oxime Dermal Exposure Induces Inflammation, Mast Cell Activation and Oxidative stress.”

3rd place: Eric Rodriguez, Indiana University School of Medicine
“Chronic Intermittent Access to Alcohol Increases Cav1.2 in Dopamine Cells of the Substantia Nigra Pars Compacta.”

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