University of Cincinnati
15th Annual
Pilot Research Project Symposium
October 9-10, 2014

 

Title

Author

Affiliation

Validation of a Neutron Activation Analysis (NAA) System to Quantify Manganese in Bone In Vivo Linda Huiling Nie, PhD Health Sciences
Purdue University
Aligned Carbon Nanotube Sheets for Faster Heat Dissipation in Firefighter Garment Rachit Malik Materials Engineering
University of Cincinnati
Enhanced Cooling of Firefighter Helmets using Phase Change Materials Marwan Al-Rjoub Mechanical Engineering
University of Cincinnati
Exploring Health and Exposures of Cleaning and Building Service Workers in NHANES Susan Reutman, BSN, MPH, PhD College of Nursing
University of Cincinnati
The Impact of Shift Length on Mood and Fatigue Melanie Kroger-Jarvis, DNP,MSN,CNS College of Nursing
University of Cincinnati
Performance of Facepiece Respirators and Masks against Surgical Smoke: SWPF Study Shuang Gao Environmental Health
University of Cincinnati
Investigation of the Efficacy of Recovery Activities in Firefighters Michael Sliter, PhD Psychology
Indiana University
Purdue University Indianapolis
Airborne Particle Release and Exposure from Paper Shredding and Biological Response Potentials Candace (Su-Jung) Tsai, ScD Health Sciences
Purdue University
Identification of Immunologic and Genetic Biomarkers for TMA Sensitization Debajyoti Ghosh, PhD Internal Medicine
University of Cincinnati
     

Non-PRP Invited Posters

The Lurking Element: A Study About the Dangers of Lead and Other Harmful Elements in Northern Kentucky Toy Vending Machines Brittany Wells Environmental Health Science
Eastern Kentucky University
Predictive Models with Pre-cooling Interventions Can Minimize Heat Stress in Firefighters Ali Alijaroudi Environmental Health University of Cincinnati
Prediction of Core Body Temperature, Sweat Rate, Cardiac Output, and Stroke Volume for Firefighters using a 3D Whole Body Model Swarup Zachariah Mechanical and Materials Engineering
University of Cincinnati
Physical Inactivity, Stress and Injury among Emergency Responders Jean Schechtman, RN, BSN, COHN-S/CM College of Nursing
University of Cincinnati
Evaluating the Effect of Heat Stress on Firefighters Georganne L. Kincer, RN, BSN, COHN-S College of Nursing
University of Cincinnati
 
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