Visiting Academics

Teaching Support

Activity/Course Visiting Academics
Health / Environmental Risk and Impact Assessment
(6 – 22 December 2009)
1. Prof. Martin van den Berg
2. Prof. Herman Autrup
3. Prof. Leonard Ritter
4. Ms. Mary E. (Bette) Meek
5. Prof. Kersten Gutschmidt
Environmental Toxicology
(1 – 10 April 2010 )
1. Prof. John H. Duffus
2. Prof. Leonard Ritter
3. Prof. Martin van den Berg
Health, Development and Environment
(16 May – 2 June 2010)
1. Prof. Nay Htun
- Principles of Applied Biosciences: Systems Biology
– Experimental Strategies for Biological Problems
– Case Studies in Applied Biosciences
– Pathobiology and Analysis of Disease at the Organism Level
– Pathobiology and Analysis of Disease at the Population Level

( June – July 2010 )
1. Prof. John M.Essigmann
2. Prof. Bill Roebuck
3. Prof. Uma Narayanasami
4. Prof. Ram Sasisekharan
5. Prof. John Groopman
6. Prof. Peter Dedon
7. Ms. Mary E. (Bette) Meek
8. Dr. James Dubbs
Advances in Environmental Health
(15 – 27 August 2010)
1. Prof. Herman Autrup
2. Prof. Peter Farmer
3. Prof. Alan Boobis
Spectroscopic Methods for Organic Compounds and Biomolecules
(8 September 2010)
1. Prof. Peter Sprenger
Environmental Immunotoxicology and Reproductive Toxicology
(16 – 19 October 2010)
1. Prof. Judith T. Zelikoff
2. Prof. Nancy Denslow
3. Prof. Norbert E. Kaminski
Health/Environmental Risk and Impact Assessment
(8 – 18 December 2010)
1. Prof. Herman Autrup
2. Prof. Leonard Ritter
3. Prof. Martin van den Berg
4. Prof. Kersten Gutschmidt
5. Ms. Mary E. (Bette) Meek
Principles of Toxicology
(12 – 17 January 2011)
1. Prof. Peter Dedon
Occupational and Environmental Medicine
(22 – 29 January 2011)
1. Prof. Philip J. Landrigan
2. Assoc. Prof. Jacqueline Moline
3. Prof. Melissa A. McDiarmid
Environmental Economics
(5 – 21 February 2011)
1. Prof. Bong-min Yang
Health, Development and Environment
(26 March – 4 April, 18 – 21 April 2011)
1. Prof. Nay Htun
Environmental Toxicology
(20 – 29 April 2011)
1. Prof. John H. Duffus
2. Prof. Leonard Ritter
3. Prof. Martin van den Berg
- Principles of Applied Biosciences: Systems Biology
– Experimental Strategies for Biological Problems
– Case Studies in Applied Biosciences: the Technology Pipeline
– Pathobiology and Analysis of Disease at the Organism Level
– Pathobiology and Analysis of Disease at the Population Level

(June – August 2011)
1. Prof. John M.Essigmann
2. Prof. Bill Roebuck
3. Prof. Uma Narayanasami
4. Prof. Ram Sasisekharan
5. Prof. John Groopman
6. Prof. Peter Dedon
7. Ms. Mary E. (Bette) Meek
8. Prof. Bevin Engelward
Medicinal Chemistry
(1 October – 30 December 2011)
1. Dr. Paul M. Gleeson
Health/Environmental Risk and Impact Assessment
(3 – 20 December 2011)
1. Prof. Herman Autrup
2. Prof. Leonard Ritter
3. Prof. Martin van den Berg
4. Prof. Kersten Gutschmidt
5. Ms. Mary E. (Bette) Meek
Natural products Chemistry
( 4 – 12 December 2011 )
1. Prof. Kurt Hostettmann
Principles of Toxicology
(11 – 16 January 2012)
1. Prof. Peter Dedon
Detection of Environmental Pollution
(20 February – 2 March 2012)
1. Dr. Norbert Frank
2. Dr. Eva Frei
3. Dr. Beate Pfundstein
Environmental Toxicology
(8 – 18 May 2012)
1. Prof. John H. Duffus
2. Prof. Leonard Ritter
3. Prof. Martin van den Berg
- Principles of Applied Biosciences: Systems Biology
– Experimental Strategies for Biological Problems
– Case Studies in Applied Biosciences: the Technology Pipeline
– Pathobiology and Analysis of Disease at the Organism Level
– Pathobiology and Analysis of Disease at the Population Level

(June – July 2012)
1. Prof. John M.Essigmann
2. Prof. Bill Roebuck
3. Prof. Uma Narayanasami
4. Prof. Ram Sasisekharan
5. Prof. John Groopman
6. Prof. Peter Dedon
7. Ms. Mary E. (Bette) Meek
8. Prof. Bevin Engelward
Environmental Immunotoxicology and Reproductive Toxicology
(2 – 12 October 2012)
1. Prof. Judith T. Zelikoff
2. Prof. Nancy Denslow
3. Prof. Norbert E. Kaminski
Health/Environmental Risk and Impact Assessment
(4 – 19 December 2012)
1. Prof. Herman Autrup
2. Prof. Leonard Ritter
3.Prof. Martin van den Berg
4. Prof. Kersten Gutschmidt
5. Ms. Mary E. (Bette) Meek
Medicinal Chemistry
(8 – 15 January 2013)
1. Dr. Paul M. Gleeson
Natural products Chemistry
(20 – 22 February 2013)
1. Prof. Kurt Hostettmann
Environmental Toxicology
(8 – 18 May 2013)
1. Prof. John H. Duffus
2. Prof. Leonard Ritter
3. Prof. Martin van den Berg
- Principles of Applied Biosciences: Systems Biology
– Pathobiology and Analysis of Disease at the Organism Level
– Pathobiology and Analysis of Disease at the Population Level

(June – July 2013)
1. Prof. John M.Essigmann
2. Prof. Bill Roebuck
3. Prof. Uma Narayanasami
4. Prof. Ram Sasisekharan
5. Prof. John Groopman
6. Prof. Peter Dedon
7. Prof. Bevin Engelward
Advances in Environmental Health
(30 September – 11 October 2013)
1. Prof. Herman Autrup
2. Prof. Peter Farmer
3. Prof. Alan Boobis
Health/Environmental Risk and Impact Assessment
(2 – 14 December 2013)
1. Prof. Herman Autrup
2. Prof. Leonard Ritter
3. Prof. Martin van den Berg
4. Prof. David Russell
Detection of Environmental Pollutants and Monitoring of Health Effects
(24 February – 7 March 2014)
1. Dr. Norbert Frank
2. Dr. Eva Frei
3. Dr. Beate Pfundstein
Medicinal Chemistry
(8 – 15 January 2014)
1. Dr. Paul M. Gleeson
Natural products Chemistry
(3 – 5 March 2014)
1. Prof. Kurt Hostettmann
Environmental Toxicology
(1 – 9 May 2014)
1. Prof. John H. Duffus
2. Prof. Leonard Ritter
3. Prof. Martin van den Berg
Pathobiology and Analysis of Disease at the Population Level
(9 – 19 June 2014)
1. Bill Roebuck
Principles of Applied Biosciences
(9 June – 15 July 2014)
1. Prof. John M.Essigmann
Case Studies in Applied Biosciences
(17 June – 31 July 2014)
1. Prof. John M.Essigmann
2. Prof. Ram Sasisekharan
3. Prof. Peter Dedon
Principles of Applied Biosciences
(25 July – 10 September 2014)
1. Prof. Uma Narayanasami
Pathobiology and Analysis of Disease at the Organism Level
(28 July – 10 September 2014)
1. Prof. Megan McBee
Environmental Immunotoxicology and Reproductive Toxicology
(20 – 31 October 2014)
1. Prof. Judith T. Zelikoff
2. Prof. Nancy Denslow
3. Prof. Norbert E. Kaminski
Environmental and Health Risk Assessment and Management
(6 – 19 December 2014)
1. Prof. Herman Autrup
2. Prof. Leonard Ritter
3.Prof. Martin van den Berg
4. Prof. David Russell
5. Prof. Kersten Gutschmidt
6. Ms. Mary E. (Bette) Meek
Medicinal Chemistry
(November 2015 – 25 February 2015)
1. Dr. Paul M. Gleeson
Principles of Applied Biosciences: Systems Biology
(22 June – 6 September 2015)
1. Prof. John M.Essigmann
2. Prof. Ram Sasisekharan
3. Prof. Uma Narayanasami
Principles of Applied Biosciences: Experimental Strategies for Biological Problems
(6 July – 14 August 2015)
1. Prof. Peter Dedon
2. Prof. Bevin Engelward
Selected Topics in Environmental Health and Toxicology
(17 – 22 August 2015)
1. Prof. Philip J. Landrigan
2. Dr. Roberto Lucchini
3. Prof. Melissa A. McDiarmid
Advances in Environmental Health
(24 August – 4 September 2015)
1. Prof. Herman Autrup
2. Prof. Alan Boobis
3. Prof. Tim Gant
Pathobiology and Analysis of Disease at the Organism Level
(11 September – 16 October 2015)
1. Prof. Megan McBee
Spectroscopic Methods for Organic Compounds and Biomolecules
(14 September – 20 November 2015)
1. Prof. Peter Sprenger
Environmental and Health Risk Assessment and Management
(7 – 17 December 2015)
1. Prof. Herman Autrup
2. Prof. Leonard Ritter
3. Prof. Martin van den Berg
4. Dr. David Russell
5. Ms. Mary E. (Bette) Meek
Detection of Environmental Pollutants and Monitoring of Health Effects
(15 – 26 February 2016)
1. Dr. Norbert Frank
2. Dr. Eva Frei
3. Dr. Beate Pfundstein
Medicinal Chemistry
(4 January – 3 February 2016)
1. Prof. Paul M. Gleeson
Natural Products Chemistry
(7 January – 19 May 2016)
1. Prof. Kurt Hostettmann
Environmental Toxicology
(2 – 10 June 2016)
1. Prof. John H. Duffus
2. Prof. Leonard Ritter
3. Prof. Martin van den Berg
Principles of Applied Biosciences
(8 June – 1 October 2016)
1. Prof. John M. Essigmann
2. Prof. Ram Sasisekharan
3. Dr. Uma Narayanasami
Pathobiology and Analysis of Disease at the Population Level
(13 – 23 June 2016)
1. Prof. John D. Groopman
2. Prof. Bill D. Roebuck
Case Studies in Applied Biosciences: The Technical Pipeline
(14 June – 18 August 2016)
1. Prof. John M.Essigmann
2. Prof. Ram Sasisekharan
3. Prof. Peter C. Dedon
Environmental Immunotoxicology and Reproductive Toxicology
(19 – 30 September 2016)
1. Prof. Judith T. Zelikoff
2. Prof. Nancy Denslow
3. Prof. Norbert E. Kaminski
Environmental and Health Risk Assessment and Management
(28 November – 14 December 2016)
1. Prof. Herman Autrup
2. Prof. Leonard Ritter
3. Prof. Martin van den Berg
4. Dr. David Russell
5. Ms. Mary E. (Bette) Meek
Natural Products Chemistry
(8 – 10 March 2017)
1. Prof. Kurt Hostettmann

Research Support and Advice

Activity/Course Visiting Academics
Thesis Co-advisor
(1 – 4 September 2010)
1. Prof. Martin van den Berg

Teaching Support

Activity/Course Visiting Academics
Environmental and Health Risk Assessment and Management
(6 – 19 December 2017)
1. Prof. Herman Autrup
2. Prof. Leonard Ritter
3. Prof. Martin van den Berg
4. Prof. Mary E. Meek
5. Prof. David Russell
Detection of Environmental Pollutants and Monitoring of Health Effect
(5-16 February 2018)
1. Dr. Norbert Frank
2. Dr. Beate Pfundstein
3. Dr. Eva Frei
Environmental Toxicology
(19-27 April 2018)
1. Prof. John H. Duffus
2. Prof. Herman Autrup
3. Prof. Leonard Ritter
4. Prof. Martin van den Berg
- Principles of Applied Biosciences: Systems Biology
– Principles of Applied Biosciences: Experimental Strategies for Biological Problems
– Case Studies in Applied Biosciences: The Technology Pipeline
– Pathobiology and Analysis of Disease at the Population Level
(June – August  2018 )
1. Prof. John M.Essigmann
2. Prof. Bill Roebuck
3. Prof. Uma Narayanasami
4. Prof. Ram Sasisekharan
5. Prof. John Groopman
6. Prof. Peter Dedon
Environmental Immunotoxicology and Reproductive Toxicology
(1-12/10/2018)
1. Prof. Judith T. Zelikoff
2. Prof. Nancy Denslow
3. Prof. Alan Boobis
Environmental and Health Risk Assessment and Management 
(3 – 15 /12/ 2018)
1. Prof. Herman Autrup
2. Prof. Leonard Ritter
3. Prof. Martin van den Berg
4. Prof. Mary E. Meek
5. Prof. David Russell
Environmental Toxicology
(26 April – 3 May 2019)
1. Prof. Herman Autrup
2. Prof. Leonard Ritter
3. Prof. Martin van den Berg
Environmental & Occupational Epidemiology/Health 1. Prof. Roberto Lucchini
2. Prof. Melissa A. McDiarmid
3. Prof. William A. Suk
- Principles of Applied Biosciences: Systems Biology
– Case Studies in Applied Biosciences: the Technology Pipeline
– Pathobiology and Analysis of Disease at the Organism Level
(June – August  2019 )
1. Prof. John M.Essigmann
2. Prof. Bill Roebuck
3. Prof. Uma Narayanasami
4. Prof. Ram Sasisekharan
5. Prof. John Groopman
Advances in Environmental Health Sciences
(19 August – 30 August 2019)
1. Prof. Alan Boobis
2. Prof. Tim Gant
3. Prof. Herman Autrup
Environmental and Health Risk Assessment and Management
(6 – 18 December 2019)
1. Prof. Herman Autrup
2. Prof. Leonard Ritter
3. Prof. Martin van den Berg
4. Prof. Mary E. Meek
5. Prof. David Russell
Detection of Environmental Pollutants  and Monitoring of Health Effect 
(24 February – 6 March 2020)
1. Prof. Norbert Frank
2. Prof. Beate Pfundstein
3. Prof. Eva Frei

 

Updated on July 17, 2020