Prototype for Nanotoxicity Risk Analysis.
D. Yamamoto, M. Shelley, Air Force Institute of Technology, Dayton, Ohio.
Second place: Physiological Consequences of Boot Weight and Sole Type in
Men and Women Firefighters. N. Turner,
W. Haskell, E. Sinkule, NIOSH, Pittsburgh,
Penn.; S. Chiou, J. Zwiener, D. Weaver,
NIOSH, Morgantown, WV.
PS 405—Student Posters
First place: Metal Oxide Nanoparticles
Are Efficiently Trapped By Human Mucus.
A. Jachak, P. Breysse, The Bloomberg
School of Public Health, Baltimore, Md.,
J. Hanes, S. Lai, The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md.
Second place: Exposure Assessment of
Fume Released During Sealing of Poly-terafluorethylene Fabric. D. Vosburgh, T.
Peters, D. Boysen, University of Iowa,
Iowa City, Iowa.
Third place: Nanoparticle Collection
Efficiency to the Surface of Capillary Pore
Membrane Filters. W.D. Cyrs, D.A. Boysen,
T.M. Peters, University of Iowa, Oakdale
Campus, Iowa City, Iowa.
The poster “Metal Oxide Nanoparticles Are Efficiently Trapped By Human Mucus”
took home the Best in Show award at AIHce.