Career Development Program
Under the direction of Dr. Jeremy Sarnat, 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:
Facilitating new collaborations and entry of established scientists into environmental health research.
Promoting cross-training across all levels of faculty in emerging areas of environmental health sciences.
Fostering investigator growth by providing feedback through work-in-progress and grants-in-preparation presentations.
Formal mentoring program for junior faculty.
Understanding Human Diseases Through Metabolomics: Interactions Among the Genome, Proteome, Gut Microbiome and Nutrition
HERCULES Investigator: Donghai Liang Dates: February 3-8, 2019 Location: Ventura, CA Website: https://www.grc.org/metabolomics-and-human-health-conference/2019/...
HERCULES Investigator: Stefanie Sarnat In preparation for work on the Predictive Health Institute’s Center for Health Discovery and Well Being Cohort, e.g., Provide support for biological...
NIEHS Workshop: Statistical Approaches for Assessing Health Effects for Environmental Mixtures in Epidemiology Studies
Supported workshop participation for: Matt Strickland, RSPH EH Jenna Krall, RSPH BIOS Howard Chang, RSPH BIOS Jeffrey Switchenko, RSPH BIOS Sophia Banton, SOM Andrei Todor, SOM Dates: July 13-14,...
HERCULES Investigator: Rabin Tirouvanziam Dates: June 29-July 22, 2015 Location: San Francisco, CA Website: http://metabolomics2015.org/# ...