This two-part seminar will feature Dr. Todd Camenisch and Monica Ramirez-Andreotta from the University of Arizona Superfund Research Program and will focus on arsenic effects on cardiovascular development and arsenic uptake in garden vegetables. The impact of arsenic on human health has been largely focused on cellular transformation and cancer in adults. Mechanistic studies of arsenic on the cardiovascular system have been limited, and even less is known about the effects of early arsenic insult (pre- or neonatal) on cardiotoxicity. Dr. Tod
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Contact information for this course: Justin Crane
by telephone at 919 794-4702
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