EPR BIODOSE 2015
October 4-8, 2015
Hanover, New Hampshire
 
Posters

 
To Poster Presenters


The International EPR Society will sponsor two student awards for the best EPR-related posters at the BioDose 2015/2nd IES symposium meeting.
Eligible candidates are graduate students and post docs (not later than 3 years after their Ph.D. Awardees will be selected by the organizers of the conference.
Awardees will receive a certificate and a $200 prize.  A list of previous Awardees can be found here.

 

Preparing & displaying your poster
 

 

Poster size should be no larger than 48”(height) x 36”(width).
While we can accommodate posters either vertical or horizontal, due to space constrains we greatly prefer vertical
 

 

Posters should be set up prior to the start of the conference and remain in place through the duration of the meeting.
 

 

There will be two designated poster sessions. You should be sure to be available near your poster for the poster session that follows your short oral presentation (see below), and are encouraged to be near your poster as much as possible for the other session as well.

Poster Presentations
Oral presentation for posters should be two minutes or less.
 

 

Each poster is assigned to a designated poster board with the poster # marked on it. Please check the abstract book for your poster # at time of registration.
 

 

Push pins will be provided at the poster area.

 

 

 

2 - minute oral presentation highlighting your poster

 

Prepare a presentation of 2-4 slides. All poster presenters will have an opportunity for a 2-minute oral presentation to highlight their posters. The aim of the oral presentation is to give an introduction to your poster, to highlight the significance of your work and invite the audience to your poster for detailed data and discussion.
 

 

No reading of the title, co-authors, funding sources and acknowledgments is necessary in the presentation. There will not be any discussion following the presentation. Discussion should occur at the poster, where it can be more effective.
 

 

Presenters must deliver their slides (Microsoft PPT) on a flash drive to the Audio/Visual person located at the projector computer at the front of the Ballroom. This should be done NO later than the break that precedes your scheduled presentation session.
 

 

There will be a computer located downstairs on the ground floor that will be designated for presenters to check their slides before presentation. There will be signs to direct you to the room. This computer is for checking and testing purposes only. Presenters must deliver their final presentations to the computer located in the Ballroom.

 



BIODOSE 2015 POSTER PRESENTATIONS

P1 Francois Trompier Overview of physical dosimetry methods for triage application integrated in the new European network RENEB
P2 Hoon Choi The effect of moisture on spectrum of Fingernail/EPR dosimetry EPR nails
P3 Paola Fattibene Effects of hardening and antimycotic topical treatments on the EPR signal properties of human nails
P4  Oleg Grinberg Survey of in vivo resonators for physically-based Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR) dosimetry
P5 Stephen McKeever Stability of X-band EPR signals from fingernails under vacuum storage
P6 Sergey Sholom Emergency EPR and OSL dosimetry with table vitamins and minerals
P7 Dmitriy Tipikin In-vitro investigation of different modes of nails cutting: blade cutting minimizes mechanically induced signal in nails
P8 Sara Della Monaca Is the OSL signal from nail clippings of toe- and fingernails due to silicates from contaminating dust?
P9

Saibadaiahun Nongrum

Genomic search of bio-marker for molecular bio-dosimetry of the future
P10 Natividad Sebastià Relationship between radiation-induced late toxicity in breast cancer patients and in vitro cellular
P11 Helen Turner y-H2AX Kinetic Profile in Mouse Lymphocytes Exposed to the Internal Emitters Cesium-137 and Strontium-90
P12 Amit Verma Proteomic analysis of mice tissue reveals the molecular mechanism underlying the radioprotective efficacy of tocols
P13 Valeria Hadjidekova Biological dose assessment following a radiation accident in Bulgaria
P14 Alegria Montoro Medical staff occupationally exposed to low doses of ionizing radiation. In vivo assessment of the antioxidant-oxidant status   and evaluation of the antioxidant response and oxidative stress after an in vitro blood irradiation
P15 Yu Abe Analyses of dicentric chromosome and chromosomal translocation after a single CT scan in adults
P16  Stephen Barnard Low dose radiation effects on the lens and radiation-induced cataractogenesis
P17 Elizabeth Ainsbury UK NIHR Health Protection Research Unit: Chemical & Radiation Threats & Hazards - Biomarkers  
P18 Lindsay Beaton-Green Retrospective Biodosimetry of an Occupational Overexposure - Case Study
P19 Sandrine Roch-Lefevre A mouse model of cytogenetic analysis to evaluate radiation dose exposure and contamination
P20 Steven Swarts Electron paramagnetic resonance study of UVA-induced and radiation-induced signals (RIS) in fingernails: Comparative dose-response and potential application for calibrating the RIS
P21 Istvan Turai How Has The International Co-Operation Started? – The First IAEA/CRP In Cytogenetic & EPR Biodosimetry, 1998-2001
P22 Shin Toyoda Variation of the sensitivity of the ESR dosimetric signal and of the intensity of the interfering signal is deciduous teeth
P23 Laurence Roy WP3 education, training and quality of the dosimetry network
P24 Farrah Flegal Validation by intercomparison of the cytokinesis-block micronucleus assay by imaging flow cutometry for rapid biodosimetry
P25 Mallory Guy Improving the sensitivity of a W-band longitudinally detected EPR set-up
P26 Lihuang Zhu Parameters study of frequency-modulated CW EDMR in phosphorus doped silicon at low magnetic field
P27 Bajor Gimi Phosphorus zero echo time imaging of tooth enamel
P28 Natalia Ossetrova Acute Radiation Sickness Severity Scoring System for Biodosimetry and Injury Assessment in Nonhuman Primate Total-body Irradiation Model with Limited and Supportive Care for Biodosimetry and Injury Assessment
P29 Anne Skinner Comparing ESR and OSL Dates
P30 Oswaldo Baffa ESR dating of Toxodon tooth from Upper Ribeira Valley, São Paulo, Brazil
P31 Angela Kinoshita ESR dating of teeth of Smilodon populator from Toca de Cima do Pilão, Piauí, Brazil
P32 Kalyani Gopalkrishna ESR Dating Ungulate Tooth Enamel  Found in the Mousterian Layers at Velika Balanica, Serbia
P33 Daniel Samaga Pitfalls of Stochastic Biomarkers: Disregarding Intrinsic Variance
P34 Tamar Sanikidze Role of the free radicals in mechanisms of gallstone formation
P35 Timothy Raynolds Rapid-Scan and Direct-Detect software development  
P36 Mark Tseytlin Rapid Scan EPR Tooth Dosimetry
P37 Marco Valente In vivo exposure of a large nonhuman primate - a cytogenetic dosimetry study
P38 Albrecht Wieser Analysis of the EPR spectrum of gamma exposed Gorilla Glass
P39 Yasuhiro Nakai Comparison of Noise in EPR Measurement Due to Different Environmental Conditions
P40 Kassym Zhumadilov EPR dosimetry study for population residing in the vicinity of fallout trace of nuclear test in 7, August 1962  
P41 Bernard Gallez Influence of dental restorative materials on the dosimetric signal in retrospective tooth dosimetry
P42 Maciej Kmiec Simulation driven design of EPR tooth dosimetry instrumentation
P43 Cincia De Angelis Variability of the dosimetric EPR response of gorilla glass touchscreen to dose and to light       
P44 Kwon Choi Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Dosimetry using Synthetic Hydroxyapatite EPR teeth
P45 Amanda Burg Rech Ammonium tartrate multi-frequency electron paramagnetic resonance study
P46 Amanda Burg Rech Preliminary studies of the EPResize® dosimeter for small field radiation
P47 Amanda Burg Rech Investigation of lithium, sodium and potassium compounds for ESR dosimetry
P48 Marina Di Giorgio Automatic detection of mitosis and nuclei from cytogenetic images by CellProfiler software   for mitotic index estimation
P49 Akira Furukawa The project of another low-cost metaphase finder
P50 Manuel Higueras Hernaez Bayesian cytogenetic dose estimation for partial body irradiation
P51 Lai Kwan Ho Improvement of the throughput of the dicentric chromosomal scoring process using the pre-selection of FISH-centromeres
P52  Ahlem Nora Messal-Djelti Establishment of a calibration curve dose/effect specific to Algerian laboratory
P53  Tomisato Miura Comparison of the cell-cycle progression index and ring chromosome for dose estimation using simulated human peripheral blood partial-body irradiation in the premature chromosome condensation assay
P54 Georgia Terzoudi Biological dosimetry following high dose whole or partial body exposure using caffeine for G2-checkpoint abrogation in peripheral blood lymphocytes
P55  Analia Radl Premature Chromosome Condensation (PCC-r) harmonized calibration curve in the framework of   the Latin American Biological Dosimetry Network (LBDNet)
P56  Farideah Zakeri The Cytokinesis-Blocked Micronucleus Assay: Application in Radiation Biodosimetry
P57  Oswaldo Baffa Electron Spin Resonance (ESR) Dosimetry in dose assessment at the nuclear plant of Angra dos Reis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
P58 Adayabalam Balajee Effects of radiation quality on inter and intra chromosomal aberrations in human lymphocytes
P59 Marina Di Giorgio Flt3 Ligand as a biomarker for victim categorization in radiation mass casualties and for therapeutic applications in clinical use



 


 
  Should you have any questions, you may email Traci at
info@biodose2015.org