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Depleted Uranium Symposium Presentations

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The following topics were discussed at the Depleted Uranium Symposium, held November 4, 2010, at the Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute.
1) History of depleted uranium research at AFRRI (PDF)
      John F. Kalinich, PhD
      Program Advisor
      Internal Contamination and Metal Toxicity Program
      Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute
      Uniformed Services University
2) A review of depleted uranium biological effects: In vitro studies (PDF)
      Alexandra C. Miller, PhD
      Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute
      Uniformed Services University
3) A review of depleted uranium biological effects: In vivo studies 
      Alexandra C. Miller, PhD
      Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute
      Uniformed Services University
4) Long-term health effects of embedded depleted uranium (PDF)
      John F. Kalinich, PhD
      Program Advisor
      Internal Contamination and Metal Toxicity Program
      Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute
      Uniformed Services University
5) Soldier exposure to depleted uranium and human health risk
    assessment methodology—Update 2010

      David P. Alberth, Senior Health Physicist and Master Consultant
      Frances Szrom, CHP, Health Physicist and Master Consultant
      U.S. Army Institute of Public Health
6) Depleted uranium follow-up program update (PDF)
      Melissa A. McDiarmid, MD, MPH, DABT
      Katherine S. Squibb, PhD
      VA Maryland Health Care System
      University of Maryland
7) Depleted uranium program—Repository and chemical analysis
    of biological samples

      José A. Centeno
      Armed Forces Institute of Pathology
8) Epigenetic mechanisms of nickel carcinogenesis
      Max Costa
      NYU School of Medicine
9) The international science and politics of depleted uranium
      Colonel Mark A. Melanson, PhD, CHP
      Director, Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute

 

 

 

 

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