Staff and Trainees Present Posters at the SRP Meeting

Several of the Superfund’s staff and trainees presented posters at the SRP 35th Anniversary Annual Meeting held in Raleigh, NC in December.

Jeffrey Enders – Mass Spectrometrist CAPTURE Core

Poster title: High resolving power mass spectrometry measurements of human serum reveal PEPA isobaric interference

Maria Isabel Alexander Rodriguez – Trainee Project 4

Poster title: Kinetics of Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) Adsorption to Granular Activated Carbon (GAC)

Ashley Connors – Trainee Project 2

Poster title: How Do Per- And Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) Affect Macrophage Phagocytosis?

Matthew Farrell – Trainee Project 3

Poster title: Behavioral effects of chronic PFAS exposure in zebrafish

Giuliano Ferrero

Giuliano Ferrero – Trainee Project 2

Poster title: Algorithm-assisted quantification of zebrafish neutrophils for high-throughput identification of immunotoxic compounds

Sarangi Joseph

Sarangi Joseph – Trainee Project 4

Poster title: Mechanisms of PFAS adsorption to activated carbon at adsorption equilibrium

Kaylie Kirkwood

Kaylie Kirkwood – Trainee CAPTURE Core

Poster title: Evaluating liver lipidome dysregulation following exposure to legacy and emerging per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS)

Kaylie also won 1st Place during Poster Session I.

Zachary McLean

Zachary McLean – Trainee Project 3

Poster title: Evaluation of Haemogregarina crocodilnorum Infection as a Biomarker of Adverse Health Impacts of PFAS in American Alligators (Alligator mississippiensis)

Nnamdi Osakwe

Nnamdi Osakwe – Trainee DMAC Core

Poster title: The Environmental Integrity Framework: Building Informative Models Relevant to Local Needs

Britney Paul Rajamanickam

Britney Paul Rajamanickam – Trainee Project 1

Poster title: PFAS are associated with elevated liver enzymes in participants of the GenX Exposure Study

Drake Phelps

Drake Phelps – Trainee Project 2

Poster title: Comparing the Respiratory Burst In Vivo, In Vitro, and Ex Vivo After Exposure to Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances

Morgan Ritter

Morgan Ritter – Trainee Project 2

Poster title: Early disruption of vitamin D receptor signaling induces developmental behavior deficits in zebrafish

Kylie Rock

Kylie Rock – Trainee Project 3

Poster title: Companion Animals as Sentinels of Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substance (PFAS) Exposure and Associated Health Biomarkers

Hannah Starnes

Hannah Starnes – Trainee Project 3

Poster Title: Comparative assessment of PFAS binding affinities for serum albumin across species using Differential Scanning Fluorimetry

Hannah also won 2nd Place during Poster Session II.

Stefanie Starr – Trainee Project 4

Poster title: Thermal Reactivation of Spent Granular Activated Carbon (GAC) from PFAS Remediation Sites