Fall Term

All talks will be hosted at 3PM EST unless otherwise noted. Posters with abstracts can be found under title.

Please email Chemistry@carleton.ca if you have difficulties with the zoom links.

(Please check regularly for updates)

Date  Speaker  Institution  Title  Zoom Link
October 1 Michael Thompson University of Toronto Antifouling surface chemistry and the prevention of thrombogenesis and bacterial adhesion on materials employed in medical devices https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84635893555
October 14 Aaron Shapiro BC Provincial Toxicology Centre, University of British Columbia Forensic Toxicology https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83144714660?pwd=TnNMWG54MXhrSGRFdmpJTlkwbUQwdz09

Password: Toxicology

October 28 Céline Aguer Institut du Savoir Montfort Environmental pollutants and muscle-adipsoe tissue crosstalk https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85222347704 
November 11 David DeMarini US EPA, Adjunct Professor, Gillings School of Global Public Health, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Mutagenicity and Carcinogenicity of Combustion Emissions: Biomarkers & Risk for Cancer https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82211228996?pwd=RmlHMHlTUzNMSjFoVDZ4aWVtZ0xMUT09

Password: Toxicology

November 25 Errol Thomson Health Canada Stress response as mediator and modifier of air pollution health effects https://bit.ly/3nBheTp

Password: Toxicology

December 9 Jorn Yu Sam Houston State University Searching stable alternative biomarkers for cyanide exposure in death investigation https://bit.ly/3mJOQP3

Password: Toxicology

January 13 Anna Kreutz US EPA Utilizing Isozyme-Specific Clearance Rates to Inform Population Toxicokinetic Variability

https://bit.ly/3bmm7gw 

Passcode: Toxicology

January 27 Paul C.H. Li Simon Fraser University Single-cell drug assays on the microfluidic chip https://bit.ly/3qGC0mq

Passcode: Toxicology

February 10 Jessica Hartman Medical University of South Carolina Exercise and diet effects on chemical-induced mitochondrial and neuronal toxicity https://bit.ly/39U9rvW

Passcode: Toxicology

February 24 Paul White Health Canada The Sources and Hazards of Environmental Mutagens: From Complex Mixtures to Quantitative Dose-response Interpretation https://bit.ly/3s9p2hI

Passcode: Toxicology

March 10 Tim Nurkiewicz West Virginia University Inhalation toxicology https://bit.ly/2O40Ajo

Passcode: Toxicology

March 17 Kevin Thurbide University of Calgary SFC Separations Using a Water Stationary Phase: A new tool for chemical analysis TBA
March 24 Ken Yeung Western University Challenges and opportunities with tissue imaging using MALDI mass spectrometry TBA