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Human Biomonitoring: Principles and Best Practices

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Resources on this page were prepared by the Integrative Health Sciences Facilities (IHSF) Core of the University of Cincinnati Center for Environmental Genetics, supported by funding from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS award P30 ES006096). The IHSF Core is now known as the Translational Research Support Core (TRSC).

See additional TRSC Resources here and on the full list of CEG seminars.

The following videos are archived material and currently unavailable online. Please contact the CEG for access.

Video #1 (30 minutes): Biomonitoring Study Design Principles 

Susan PinneySusan M. Pinney, PhD
Department of Environmental and Public Health Sciences;
Director, Center for Environmental Genetics (P30 ES006096)
Associate Director, Cancer Prevention, Control & Population Sciences
University of Cincinnati Cancer Center 
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine

Video #2 (35 min): Archiving Biospecimens: Things to think about!

jeanette-buckholzJeanette Buckholz, RN, MSN
Research Associate
Department of Environmental Health
Center for Environmental Genetics

We express our appreciation to Dr. Carol Rice for sharing invaluable information and years of mentoring on the characterization of environmental exposures.  

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