Welcome to the Columbia University Superfund Research Program 2013-2014 Seminar Series. We would like to invite you and your colleagues to our next seminar on Monday, 27 January 2014, from 3pm to 5 pm.
Margaret Karagas, Professor and Vice Chair of Community and Family Medicine at Dartmouth Medical School will present, "Sources and impact of arsenic exposure during pregnancy in the New Hampshire Birth Cohort Study".
Huaming Guo, Professor at the School of Water Resources & Environment, China University of Geosciences will give a talk on "Iron isotope approach for characterizing pathways of coupled arsenic and iron cycling in high arsenic groundwater: A case study in the Hetao basin, Inner Mongolia".
The seminar will take place at Columbia University's Lamont Campus, in the 1st floor conference room of the Comer Building, 61 Route 9W, Palisades NY.
If you are planning on driving to the Lamont campus for the seminar, please contact Jessica Levinson by email or call 845-365-8301 by Friday, November 18th. She will add your name to the seminar guest list and give this to Lamont's gatekeeper. Please mention that you are attending the Superfund seminar when you arrive at Lamont.
If you are interested in listening to the talks remotely, please send an email with "CU SRP January 2014 Webinar" in the subject line to . Please indicate your affiliation in the email. An invitation to participate in the webinar will be sent to you if you send your request by Friday, January 24th. .
The Seminar/Webinar Series is open to everyone interested in the topic.
Here is the more detailed agenda:
"Sources and impact of arsenic exposure during pregnancy in the New Hampshire Birth Cohort Study"
Professor and Vice Chair
Community and Family Medicine
Dartmouth Medical School
"Iron isotope approach for characterizing pathways of coupled arsenic and iron cycling in high arsenic groundwater:
A case study in the Hetao basin, Inner Mongolia"
School of Water Resources & Environment
China University of Geosciences
If you would like more details on these presentations, you may contact the presenters directly via email. Here are their addresses, Dr. Karagas: Margaret.R.Karagas at dartmouth dot edu; Dr. Guo: hmguo at cugb dot edu dot cn
For more information about Columbia's SRP projects please see our website at http://superfund.ciesin.columbia.edu.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact either Nancy LoIacono (212-305-1623) at Division of Environmental Health Sciences of the Mailman School of Public Health or Jessica Levinson at Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory (845-365-8301).
mgolden [at] ciesin [dot] columbia [dot] edu