University of Cincinnati
18th Annual
Pilot Research Project Symposium
October 5-6, 2017

 

Title

Author

Affiliation

Lightweight, Wearable Energy Storage Devices for Fire Fighters and First Responders Paa Kwasi Adusei University of Cincinnati, Mechanical and Materials Engineering
Microbiome Changes as Markers of Exposure and Stress in Firefighters Harish Chandra, PhD University of Cincinnati, Environmental Health
Assessment of Diesel Particulates in Fire Departments Using Different Exposure Metrics Jooyeon Hwang, PhD Western Kentucky University, Public Health
Fabric Integrated Gas Sensors for First Responders and Miners Sathya Narayan Kanakaraj University of Cincinnati, Mechanical and Materials Engineering
Negative Responses to Workplace Incivility in Home Care Workers Hanyi Min Bowling Green State University, Industrial Organizational Psychology
Comparing Health Status and Exposure Risk in Career vs. Voluntary Firefighters Cody Morris, PhD Western Kentucky University, Exercise Science
Nanofabric to Protect Firefighters and First Responders from Toxins and Particles Vianessa Ng University of Cincinnati, Mechanical and Materials Engineering
Immunotoxicity of PFCs (Perfluoroalkyl Compounds) Found in Fire-Fighting Foams Alison Pecquet University of Cincinnati, Environmental Health
Well-Being of Youth Caregivers and its Effect on Pursuing a Career in Geriatrics Jennifer Perion University of Toledo, Population Health
Establishment of Aerosol Sampling Protocols Using Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) and Passive Air Sampler (PAS) Jurate Virkutyte, PhD University of Cincinnati, Environmental Health
     

Invited Student Posters

Occupational Exposure to Aerosolized Drugs in Residential Environments: Physical Characterization (Simulation Study) Yousef Elmashae, PhD University of Cincinnati, Environmental Health
Proposal of a Comprehensive Mode-of-Action Model to Aid in Occupational Health and Safety Assessments of Airway Irritants Evan Frank, PhD University of Cincinnati, Environmental Health
Virtual Reality Applications in Education and Research Eric Phillips (Jay Kim presenting) University of Cincinnati Mechanical Engineering
An examination of the Musculoskeletal Impact of Residential Solar Panel Installation Vince Guinsler Ohio University Ergonomics and Occupational Safety
 
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