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Craig Marcus
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Dr. Marcus is an expert in the structure, function and expression of the cytochromes P450 super family of enzymes. His laboratory studies these proteins with a current focus on the role of these enzymes in the metabolism of various important endogenous signaling molecules as well as human...

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Kim Anderson
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Analytical Chemistry Support Core -CORE D (Core Leader)
BRIDGES - Biological Response Indicator Devices Gauging Environmental Stressors - PROJECT 4 (Project Leader)
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Andrew Annalora
Assistant Professor (Sr Res)
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Research Interests Include Nuclear Hormone Receptor Signaling, Cytochrome P450 Structure/Function/Expression/Crystallization; Rational Drug Development Using Antisense Oligonucleotides, Targeted and Untargeted Metabolomics; Vitamin D Hormone Endocrinology; and Novel Mechanisms of...

William Baird
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541-737-1886
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Our group is elucidating the mechanisms by which chemicals induce cancer.   The research focuses on carcinogenic polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH), widespread environmental pollutants, and how they interact with DNA to cause mutations and cancer.   Specific research projects deal with the...

William H. Bisson
Assistant Professor (Sr Res)
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  • Novel protein targets for cancer therapy 
  • New compounds for cancer targeted therapy and prevention
  • New mechanisms for cancer prevention

 

My research expertise is computational chemical genomics (molecular modeling, molecular screenings, and...

Susanne Brander
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As an ecotoxicologist, my research integrates the responses of aquatic organisms to endocrine disrupting compounds (EDCs) and other environmental stressors, such as microplastics, across the biological hierarchy. My group focuses on discerning mechanisms of toxicity and linking the results of...

Andrew Buermeyer
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541-737-8919
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Preservation of genomic integrity requires the proper functioning of multiple pathways for DNA replication, repair, and recombination. One critical repair pathway is DNA mismatch repair (MMR) which helps ensure genomic stability by correcting potentially mutagenic mismatches arising during DNA...

Kaci Buhl
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541-737-8330
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Jennifer Field
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541-737-2265
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Current general research focuses on the development and application of quantitative analytical methods for organic micropollutants and their transformation products in natural and engineered systems.  Early in her career, she focused on field-based research to investigate the fate and transport...

Mary Halbleib
Associate Professor of Practice
541-737-2683
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Mary serves as Associate Director of Capacity Building and leads the “Adult Education and Extensio Capacity Building” program in partnership with IPPC staff and others. The main projects within this program include: Adaptive Learner-Centered Education, and IPM Program Impact Evaluation.

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Stacey Harper
Associate Professor
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541-737-2791
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Our laboratory investigates the environmental, health and safety impacts of nanotechnology in order to support the responsible development of this rapidly growing industry. Our current lack of information on the environmental fate and toxic potential of nanomaterials prohibits us from performing...

Patrick Iversen
Professor (Sr Res)
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541-737-3249
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Research Interests Involve the Study of Molecules that Disrupt the Flow of Information from DNA to Protein including:  Antisense Oligonucleotide Drug Development, Targeting Emergent Infectious Diseases, Rare Genetic Disorders, Cancer and Metabolic Syndrome; RNA Damage and Novel...

Jeffrey Jenkins
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541-737-5993
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Current research activities include field studies to examine the impact of pesticide use on air and water quality, studies designed to investigate human and wildlife exposure as a result of pesticide use in both agricultural and urban settings, studies which investigate how sub-lethal exposures...

Paul Jepson
Professor and Director of IPPC
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541-737-9082
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  • Integrated pest management, including pesticide application, efficacy, drift management and ecological risk management
  • Population level risk assessment, particularly the importance of scale, landscape factors and long-term population processes
  • Applications of basic ecology...
Nancy Kerkvliet
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541-737-4387
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The overall goals of my research program are to understand the mechanisms by which chemicals of environmental significance interact with the immune system. Such interactions may result in altered immune function leading to decreased resistance to infectious diseases and increased susceptibility...

Siva Kolluri
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541-737-1799
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Our research efforts are directed toward discovering molecular targets that are selective for cancer, developing agents that are selectively toxic to cancer cells, and devising optimal combinations of therapeutic agents aimed at different molecular pathways for the prevention and treatment of...

Katie Murray
Assistant Professor of Practice
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541-231-1983
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Katie’s academic interests lie at the intersection of food security, social and environmental justice, pesticide risk management, and IPM. Specific interests relate to understanding agricultural networks, and the socio-political barriers to sustainable agricultural progress. She is developing...

Staci Simonich
Professor, Assistant Department Head
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541-737-9194
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Dr. Simonich’s current research focuses on the measurement, fate, transport, and toxicity of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) transformation products during remediation and atmospheric transport.

William Stubblefield
Professor, Senior Research
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541-737-2565
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Dr. Stubblefield is an internationally recognized expert in the field of environmental toxicology, with a research focus on the area of aquatic toxicology and ecotoxicology.  Previously an adjunct faculty member, Dr. Stubblefield has recently joined EMT (Sept. 2009) full time and will be...

Daniel Sudakin
Associate Professor
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Research and outreach activities include support for the National Pesticide Information Center , which is a cooperative agreement between Oregon State University and the U.S. E.P.A. Office of Pesticide Programs. I collect information relating to the...

Robert Tanguay
Distinguished Professor
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541-737-6514
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Our laboratory uses zebrafish as a systems toxicology model to identify hazardous chemicals and the mechanisms that underlie their toxicity. We depend heavily on custom high throughput screening and genetic approaches.

Susan Tilton
Assistant Professor
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541-737-1740
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Molecular and computational toxicology, genomics, carcinogenesis

My lab's research program utilizes molecular and computational approaches to understand mechanisms of susceptibility from combined dietary and environmental factors in lung disease with the goal of...

Lisa Truong
Deputy Director of Sinnhuber Aquatic Research Laboratory, Assistant Professor (Sr. Res)
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David Williams
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541-737-3277
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My research interests are in the characterization and regulation of microsomal monooxygenase enzymes (Cytochromes P450 and Flavin-Containing Monooxygenases) active in drug metabolism and their involvement in the detoxication and/or bioactivation of drugs, xenobiotics and endogenous compounds. In...

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Frederick Berman
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Richard Corley
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Roderick Dashwood
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Murat Ozmen
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Nesrin Ozmen
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Dong Rhyu
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Justin Teeguarden
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Emeritus Directory

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Frank Adams
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Frank Dost
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Jerry Hendricks
Emeritus Appointment
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Current research centers around the histopathology of chemically induced neoplasia in rainbow trout.  Specific research projects include: 1) Identifying natural inhibitors of carcinogenesis and understanding their mechanisms of action in rainbow trout; 2) Continued development of the rainbow...

Ulo Kiigemagi
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Terry Miller
Professor Emeritus,
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541-737-1811
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My principal activities are in Extension Service outreach in environmental toxicology, pesticide toxicology, and pesticide regulations. I provide information and training, in toxicology, risk assessment, and pesticide-related areas, to many groups - the general public, pesticide applicators,...

Helmut Riedl
Emeritus Appointment
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541-386-2030 ext. 14
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Integrated pest management (IPM) on tree fruits; IPM programs as components of integrated fruit production (IFP) systems.

Research activities involve studies on the biology, ecology and management of insect and mite pests and their natural enemies on deciduous tree fruits. Main research...

Ian Tinsley
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541-737-1789
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Philip Whanger
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541-737-1789
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My main interest and research activity is on the nutritional, toxicological, and biochemical aspects of selenium.  We have purified and characterized a selenoprotein, called selenoprotein W, from the muscle of rats and the cDNA indicate that it is also present in muscle from sheep,...

James Witt
Emeritus Appointment