On behalf of Columbia University's Superfund Basic Research Program, we
would like to invite you and your colleagues to the Columbia SBRP Seminar
Series on Monday, February 27th, from 3pm to 5pm on the Columbia
University Health Sciences Campus at the Pharmacology Library in the
William Black Medical Research Building, 7th Floor, Room 724, 650 West
168th Street, New York City. Please note the change in date due to President's
The topics for the February seminar include "Stable Isotope (18O, 2H) and
Arsenic Distribution in the Shallow Groundwater in Araihazar, Bangladesh" and
"Mitochondrial Function and Arsenic Toxicity".
The seminar is open to anyone interested in these topics.
Here is a more detailed schedule:
3:00PM-3:55PM "Stable Isotope (18O, 2H) and Arsenic Distribution in the
Shallow Groundwater in Araihazar, Bangladesh"
by Martin Stute, Columbia University
<martins @ ldeo.columbia.edu>
4:05PM-5:00PM "Mitochondrial Function and Arsenic Toxicity"
by Tom Hei, College of Physicians and Surgeons and
Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University
<tkh1 @ columbia.edu>
& Vladimir Ivanov, College of Physicians and Surgeons,
<vni3 @ columbia.edu>
For more information about Columbia's SBRP projects please see our
website at http://superfund.ciesin.columbia.edu.
Please contact the
presenters directly at the e-mails provided above if you would like more
information regarding their presentations at the December seminar.
If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact either Ann
Hutzelmann at the Division of Environmental Health Sciences of the Mailman
School of Public Health (212-305-3466) or Meredith Golden at CIESIN
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Hope to see you on February 27th.
Thank you for your interest--
CIESIN at Columbia University
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