Edward Calabrese Discusses Hormesis
Posted December 12, 2012
(L-R) Paul Kostecki, professor and former Vice Chancellor for Research at UMass; Kenneth Lee, professor and chair of the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department; Edward Calabrese; Emmanuel Woghiren, professional chair of SNPhA; and Natalia Shcherbakova, assistant professor in the College of Pharmacy
Edward Calabrese, professor of toxicology in the Department of Public Health at UMass Amherst, visited campus on December 7 and presented a seminar titled "Hormesis: Scientific Foundations and its Environmental and Pharmaceutical Applications." The seminar was sponsored by the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department, the College of Pharmacy, and the Western New England University Chapter of the Student National Pharmaceutical Association (SNPhA).
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