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Nicole Neu-Baker


Research Associate for NanoHealth Initiatives

Professional Background

  • Senior Laboratory Technician, Division of Human Toxicology and Molecular Epidemiology, Wadsworth Center: 2010-2012
Education
  • MPH (Biomedical Sciences), University at Albany School of Public Health: 2010
  • BA (Psychology and Neuroscience), Ithaca College: 2008

Responsibilities

As a Research Associate for NanoHealth Initiatives, Ms. Neu-Baker coordinates a research portfolio that focuses on occupational and environmental health and safety, and facilitates nanomedicine collaborations, programs and activities. Ms. Neu-Baker's work also includes conducting field and laboratory research in occupational health, exposure assessment, and nanotoxicology with regard to engineered nanomaterials currently used by the nanoelectronics industry.

Publications

V.M. Miller, D. Gupta, N. Neu, A. Cotroneo, C.B. Boulay, R.F. Seegal. (accepted). “Novel inter-hemispheric white matter connectivity in the BTBR mouse model of autism.” Brain Research.

V. Miller, T. Kahnke, N. Neu, S.R. Sanchez-Morrissey, K. Brosch, K. Kelsey, R.F. Seegal. (2010). “Developmental PCB exposure induces hypothyroxinemia and sex-specific effects on cerebellum glial protein levels in rats.” Int. J. Dev. Neurosci.