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G14 (I) Health effects of mercury

Monday, 25 July, 2011

MG14-O1 — 8:30-8:45
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MERCURY EXPOSURE AND LINKS TO HUMAN HEALTH IN ARCTIC NORWAY
Authors: JENSSEN, Marthe T S1, NJØSTAD, Inger2, LARSSEN, Thorjørn3
(1)Norwegian Institute for Water Research (NIVA) and Institute for Community Medicine, University of Tromsø (ISM, UiT), marthe.jenssen@niva.no; (2) ISM, UiT; (3) NIVA.
MG14-O2 — 8:45-9:00
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CONSIDERATIONS IN INTERPRETING GROUP-LEVEL STUDIES OF MERCURY HEALTH EFFECTS
Authors: LEWANDOWSKI, Thomas1, BARTELL, Scott2
(1) Gradient, tlewandowski@gradientcorp.com; (2) University of California, Irvine.
MG14-O3 — 9:00-9:15
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FISH CONSUMPTION AND MERCURY EXPOSURE AMONG LOUISIANA RECREATIONAL ANGLERS
Authors: SHINE, James1, LINCOLN, Rebecca1, SENN, David2, CHESNEY, Edward3, GRANDJEAN, Philippe1
(1) Harvard School of Public Health, jshine@hsph.harvard.edu; (2) Swiss Federal Institute of Technology; (3) Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium;
MG14-O4 — 9:15-9:30
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THE “ME” IN MERCURY
Author: COLSON, Dana1
(1) Dentist, rosemary@allsmiles.ca
MG14-O5 — 9:30-9:45
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UMBILICAL CORD BLOOD METHYL AND INORGANIC MERCURY CONCENTRATIONS AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP WITH PONDERAL INDEX
Authors: WELLS, Ellen M1, JARRETT, Jeffrey M2, VERDON, Carl P2, WARD, Cynthia D2, CALDWELL, Kathleen L2, WITTER, Frank R3, HALDEN, Rolf U4, GOLDMAN, Lynn R5
(1) Case Western Reserve University, ellen.wells@case.edu; (2) US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; (3) Johns Hopkins School of Medicine; (4) Arizona State University; (5) George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services.
MG14-O6 — 9:45-10:00
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LONG-TERM IMPLICATIONS OF DEVELOPMENTAL METHYLMERCURY NEUROTOXICITY
Authors: GRANDJEAN, Philippe1, WEIHE, Pal2, DEBES, Frodi3, BUDTZ-JOERGENSEN, Esben4
(1) University of Southern Denmark, pgrand@health.sdu.dk; (2) Faroese Hopital System; (3) Faroese Hospital System; (4) University of Copenhagen.
MG14-O7 — 10:00-10:15
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THE ASSOCIATION OF PRENATAL EXPOSURE TO METHYLMERCURY WITH INFANT DEVELOPMENT IN TOHOKU STUDY OF CHILD DEVELOPMENT
Authors: TATSUTA, Nozomi1, NAKAI, Kunihiko1, MURATA, Katsuyuki2, SHIMADA, Miyuki1, YAGINUMA-SAKURAI, Kozue1, SUZUKI, Keita3, KUROKAWA, Naoyuki1, HOSOKAWA, Toru1, SATOH, Hiroshi1
(1)Tohoku University, tatsuta@ehs.med.tohoku.ac.jp; (2) Akita University; (3) Kochi University;
MG14-O8 — 10:15-10:30
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METHYLMERCURY AND ELEMENTAL MERCURY DIFFERENTIALLY ASSOCIATE WITH BLOOD PRESSURE: EVIDENCE FROM U.S. NHANES AND THE MICHIGAN DENTAL ASSOCIATION COHORT
Authors: GOODRICH, Jaclyn M.1, PARK, Sung Kyun2, WANG, Yi3, GILLESPIE, Brenda4, WERNER, Robert5, FRANZBLAU, Alfred3, BASU, Niladri3
(1) Dept. of Environmental Health Sciences, University of Michigan School of Public Health; (2) Dept. of Epidemiology, University of Michigan School of Public Health; (3) Dept. of Environmental Health Sciences, University of Michigan School of Public Health; (4) Dept. of Biostatistics, University of Michigan School of Public Health; (5) Dept. of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, University of Michigan;
Monday, 25 July, 2011