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2004 Teacher Workshop - Gallery


Meet the participants of this year's workshop...



Monday June 7th, 2004
• Participants took a “pre-test” using the Toxicology tutorial from “Chemicals and Human Health”.
Dr.Nathan Cherrington presnted "The Dose Makes the Poison".
• Debbie Gevirtzman and Marti Lindsey led activities from Lessons 1 and 2 in “Chemicals, the Environment and You” in the computer lab of the Arizona Health Sciences Library.



Tuesday June 8th, 2004
• Dr. A. Jay Gandolfi presented “Teaching Basic Toxicology”.
Tuesday June 8th, 2004 cont...
• Debbie Gevirtzman led activities from the lesson "The Dose Makes the Poison" - Toxicity testing on seeds. 
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Tuesday June 8th, 2004 cont...
• Debbie Gevirtzman led activities from the lesson "The Dose Makes the Poison" - “Toxicity Testing with California Blackworms”.
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Wednesday June 9th, 2004
• Dr. Charlene A. McQueen presented “Genetic Variations and Human Health” and the participants did a taste test.
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Wednesday June 9th, 2004 cont...
• Dr. George Tsaprailis introduced the teachers to the Proteomics Lab with an informative power point presentation. He and three of his colleagues then gave teachers a tour of four different stations in the lab.
• Dr. George Watts gave the teachers a tour of the Microarray Lab.
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Thursday June 10th, 2004
• Potluck breakfast.
• Dr. Serrine Lau talked to the teachers about the Center and its activities.


Thursday June 10th, 2004 cont...
• Dr. Terry Monks presented “The Neurotoxicity of Ecstasy”.

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Thursday June 10th, 2004 cont... 
• After two days - the seeds continue to grow/die and the Black worms continue to live/die.
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Friday June 11th, 2004 cont...
• Dr. Mark Whitten presented “Cancer Causation and the Environment: Update on Sierra Vista”.
• Debbie Gevirtzman led activities from Lesson 6 in “Chemicals, the Environment and You” in the computer lab of the Arizona Health Sciences Library.
• Samanthi Hewakapuge introduced the tutorials from “Chemicals and Human Health” in the computer lab of the Arizona Health Sciences Library; teachers took a “post-test” using the Toxicology tutorial.

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© Photo credit Samanthi Hewakapuge, COEP June 2004

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