Career Development Program

Under the direction of Dr. Stefanie Ebelt, the Career Development Program serves to recruit new faculty in environmental health sciences into the Center and foster professional development of Center Members. Highlights of the Career Development Program include:

Collaborations

Facilitating new collaborations and entry of established scientists into environmental health research.

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Cross-Training

Promoting cross-training across all levels of faculty in emerging areas of environmental health sciences.

Professional Development Fund Request

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Proposal Feedback

Fostering investigator growth by providing feedback through work-in-progress and grants-in-preparation presentations.

 


Mentoring

Formal mentoring program for junior faculty.

 

New Scientists Recruited through HERCULES

Donghai Liang, PhD
October 11, 2019
Donghai Liang, PhD

Education and Training: PhD, Environmental Health Sciences – Emory University Research Interests: High-resolution metabolomics and exposome research Ambient and traffic-related air pollution...

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Todd Everson, PhD
August 20, 2019
Todd Everson, PhD

Education and Training: PhD, University of South Carolina Post-doc, Emory University Research Interests: How early-life experiences shape underlying biological regulatory programs (the epigenome and...

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Melissa Smarr, PhD
June 10, 2019
Melissa Smarr, PhD

Education and Training: PhD, Environmental Health and Epidemiology, University of Michigan Post-doc, NICHD Research Interests: Environmental influences on reproductive, prenatal, fetal and...

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Noah Scovronick, PhD
June 10, 2018
Noah Scovronick, PhD

Education and Training: PhD, Public Health – London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine Post-doc – Princeton University Research Interests: Epidemiology of temperature-mortality relationships...

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Matthew Gribble, PhD
June 10, 2015
Matthew Gribble, PhD

Education and Training: Ph.D., Epidemiology – Johns Hopkins Post-doc, Biostatistics – University of Southern California Research Interests: statistical methods for analysis of family studies...

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Qiang Zhang, MD, PhD
June 10, 2015
Qiang Zhang, MD, PhD

Education and Training: Medicine, Physiology (Neuroendocrinology), Computer Sciences, and Computational Systems Biology/Toxicology Research Interests: Modeling biological networks as dynamic systems...

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Examples of past recipients of HERCULES Professional Development Funds.

Machine Learning
April 18, 2016
Machine Learning

HERCULES Investigator: Yang Liu Cross-training in: Machine learning: supervised and unsupervised machine learning techniques in bioinformatics and general high-dimensional data research Spatial...

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Professional Development Fund Request

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