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Table 6-10Ongoing Studies on Cadmium

InvestigatorAffiliationResearch descriptionSponsor
Birnbaum ERCaldera Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Los Alamos, New MexicoBiomarkers of response to environmental stressorsNational Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
Chen ZX-Ray Optical Systems, Inc. East Greenbush, New YorkDirect measurement of trace elements in body fluidsNational Center for Research Resources
Dweik BMGiner, Inc., Newton, MassachusettsField-deployable monitor to assess personal exposure to multiple heavy metalsNational Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
Fallin MDJohns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MarylandAGE-related epigenetic changes - environmental causes and disease consequencesNational Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
Fox MAJohns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MarylandEnvironmental exposure to metal mixtures and kidney diseaseNational Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
Larkin PMEcoarray, Inc. Alachua, FloridaDeveloping and using sheepshead minnow microarrays for ecotoxicologyNational Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
MoJKumetrix, Inc, Union City, CaliforniaAutomatic multi-analyte in-situ bioassay for monitoring exposure to toxic metalsNational Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
Polette-Niewold LAMayan Pigments, Inc.SBIR phase II: One-step Environmentally-friendly synthesis of novel organic/inorganic hybrid pigmentsNational Science Foundation
Santra SUniversity of Central FloridaSelective detection of toxic heavy metal ions using highly sensitive quantum dot probesNational Science Foundation
Basta N; Raun WROklahoma State UniversityChemistry and bioavailability of waste constituents in soilsU.S. Department of Agriculture
Basta NTOklahoma State UniversityHeavy metal and trace element chemistry in soils: Chemical speciation and bioavailabilityU.S. Department of Agriculture
Basta NT; Lower SK; Lanno ROhio State UniversityHeavy metal and trace element biogeochemistry in soils: Chemical speciation, bioavailability, and toxicityU.S. Department of Agriculture
Bleam WF; Helmke PAUniversity of WisconsinVerifying and quantifying the specific complexation of metals to humic substancesU.S. Department of Agriculture
Chaney RLBeltsville Agricultural Research CenterCharacterization and remediation of potential trace element and phosphate risks from contaminated soilsU.S. Department Agriculture
Chaney RLBeltsville Agricultural Research CenterRisk assessment and remediation of soil and amendment trace elementsU.S. Department of Agriculture
Chaney RL; Daniels WLVirginia Polytechnic InstituteEffects of long-term biosolids applications on phytoavailability of soil cadmium and zincU.S. Department of Agriculture
Chang AC; Page ALUniversity of California, RiversideChemistry and bioavailability of waste constituents in soilsU.S. Department of Agriculture
Eick MJVirginia Polytechnic InstituteTrace element and ligand Adsorption/desorption from soil constituent surfacesU.S. Department of Agriculture
Hopkins DGNorth Dakota State UniversityInfluence of geologic materials and pedogenic processes on trace elements in soil landscapesU.S. Department of Agriculture
Hunt JR; Lykken GIUniversity of North DakotaWhole body counting and radiotracer methods in research on mineral requirements in human nutritionU.S. Department of Agriculture
Kpomblekou-Ademawou K; Ankumah ROTuskegee UniversityTrace elements in broiler littered soils: Fate and effects on nitrogen transformationU.S. Department of Agriculture
Martinez CEPennsylvania State UniversityChemical and biogeochemical processes involved in trace and toxic element cycling in soilsU.S. Department of Agriculture
Morrissey MTOregon State UniversityCharacterization of the cadmium health risk, concentrations and ways to minimize cadmium residues in shellfishU.S. Department of Agriculture
Schwab AP; Joern B; Johnston CPurdue UniversityChemistry and bioavailability of waste constituents in soilsU.S. Department of Agriculture
Sparks DLUniversity of DelawareRates and mechanisms of metal and metalloid sorption/surfacesU.S. Department of Agriculture
Thomas, DG; Kennedy TSOklahoma State UniversityMaternal dietary nutrients and neurotoxins in infant cognitive developmentU.S. Department of Agriculture
Williams PLUniversity of GeorgiaEnvironmental health impacts of soil contaminationU.S. Department of Agriculture
National Risk Management Research LaboratoryBiomonitoring of source water qualityU.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Petterson LNational Exposure Research Lab Environmental Sciences Division Characterization and Monitoring BranchEfficient monitoring of heterogeneous media and electronic wastesU.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Petterson LNational Exposure Research Lab Ecosystems Research Division Ecosystems Assessment BranchGeochemical and interfacial applications for assessing ecological toxicant exposuresU.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Nolan POffice of Regional Administrator Office of Environmental Measurement and EvaluationLower Merrimack River fish tissue studyU.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Janes DOffice of Research and Development National Health and Environmental Effects Research Lab Mid Continent Ecology DivisionRisks of heavy metals to aquatic organisms from multiple exposure routesU.S. Environmental Protection Agency

From: 6, POTENTIAL FOR HUMAN EXPOSURE

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