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Your Environment. Your Health.

New York University School of Medicine Project List (2005)

Superfund Research Program

Genetic/Epigenetic Susceptibility to Superfund Chemicals

Center Director: Max Costa
Grant Number: P42ES010344
Funding Period: 2000-2006 and 2009-2011

Projects and Cores funded in 2000-2006

Projects:

Detection of Cr-DNA Adducts in Human Cells
Project Leader: Max Costa
Funding Period: 2000 - 2006

Epigenetic Effects on Individual Susceptibility to Heavy Metal and Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon- Induced DNA Damage
Project Leader: Moon-shong Tang
Funding Period: 2000 - 2006

Identification and Genetic Analysis of the Human Arsenite Efflux Pump
Project Leader: Toby G. Rossman
Funding Period: 2000 - 2006

Mechanisms of Resistance of Aquatic Vertebrate Populations to Mixtures of Aromatic Hydrocarbons and Metal Contaminants
Project Leader: Isaac I. Wirgin
Funding Period: 2000 - 2006

Metal-Induced Inflammatory Factors, Oxidative Stress and Suppression of their Effects
Project Leader: Krystyna Frenkel
Funding Period: 2000 - 2006

Microbial Biogeochemical Cycling of Arsenic and of Chromium Coupled to the Biodegradation of Aromatic Contaminant Compounds
Project Leader: Lily Y. Young (Rutgers University)
Funding Period: 2000 - 2006

Water-Sediment Model and Criteria for Arsenic and Chrome
Project Leader: Dominic M. Di Toro (University of Delaware)
Funding Period: 2000 - 2006

Cores:

Administrative Core
Project Leader: Max Costa
Funding Period: 2000 - 2006

Molecular Biology
Project Leader: Moon-shong Tang
Funding Period: 2000 - 2006

Training Core
Project Leader: Isaac I. Wirgin
Funding Period: 2000 - 2006

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