|Last Name||First Name||College||Department||CHHE Affiliation|
|Adler||Kenneth||CVM||Dept. of Molecular Biomedical Sciences||Member, Respiratory Disease Initiative|
|Aneja||Viney||PAMS||Dept. of Marine, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences||Member, Spatial-Temporal Exposure Assessment Modeling Research Initiative|
|Anholt||Robert||COS||Dept. of Biological Sciences||Member, Oxidative Stress Research Initiative|
|Breen||Matthew||CVM||Dept. of Molecular Biomedical Sciences||Member, Cancer Research Initiative|
|Bonner||James||COS||Dept. of Biological Sciences||Director, Respiratory Disease Research Initiative|
|Collier||David||Brody School of Medicine||Department of Pediatrics, ECU||Member, Endocrinology Research Initiative|
|Cope||W. Gregory||CALS||Dept. of Applied Ecology||Director, Community Outreach and Engagement Core (COEC)|
|Davis||Richard||UNC CH||NC Tracs||Member, IHSFC, Liaison, NCTracs|
|Frey||Christopher||College of Engineering||Dept. of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering||Member, Spatial-Temporal Exposure Assessment Modeling Research Initiative|
|Fuentes||Montserrat||PAMS||Dept. of Statistics||Director, Spatial-Temporal Exposure Assessment Modeling Research Initiative|
|Ghashghaei||Troy||CVM||Dept. of Molecular Biomedical Sciences||Member, Oxidative Stress Research Initiative|
|Harris||Keith||CALS||Dept. of Food, Bioprocessing & Nutrition Sciences||Member, Oxidative Stress Research Initiative|
|Haugh||Jason||College of Engineering||Dept. of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering||Member, Cancer Research Initiative|
|Hernandez||Michelle||UNC CH||Dept. of Pediatrics||Member, IHSFC, Liaison, NcTracs|
|Hoppin||Jane||COS||Dept. Biological Sciences||Member, IHSFC, Liaison, Agriculture Health Study/NIEHS|
|Horowitz||Jonathan||CVM||Dept. of Molecular Biomedical Sciences||Director, Cancer Research Initiative|
|Johannes||Eva||CALS||Cell and Molecular Imaging Facility||Director, Cell and Molecular Imaging Facility (CMIF)|
|Kearney||Gregory||East Carolina University||Dept. of Public Health||Member, IHSFC, Liaison, East Carolina University (ECU)|
|Kullman||Seth||CALS||Dept. of Environmental and Molecular Toxicology||Director, Endocrinology Research Initiative|
|Langley||Ricky||NC Dept. of Health and Human Services||Occupational and Environmental Health, Epidemiology Branch||Member, IHSFC, Liaison, NC DHHS|
|LeBlanc||Gerald||COS||Dept. Biological Sciences||Member, Endocrinology Research Initiative|
|LePrevost||Catherine||CALS||Dept. of Applied Ecology||Assistant Director, Community Outreach and Engagement Core (COEC)|
|Liao||Winston||NC Department of Health and Human Services||Division of Public Health, Asthma Program||Member, IHSFC, Liaison, Agriculture Health Study/NIEHS|
|Linder||Keith||CVM||Dept. of Population Health and Pathobiology||Director, Comparative Pathology Facility Core (CPFC),|
|London||Stephanie||NIEHS||Epidemiology Branch, Genetics, Environment & Respiratory Disease||Member, Respiratory Disease Initiative|
|Mattingly||Carolyn||COS||Dept. of Biological Sciences||Liaison, Comparative Toxicogenomics Database (CTD)|
|McCulloch||Scott||COS||Dept. of Biological Sciences||Director, Molecular, Cellular and Animal Imaging Facility Core (MCAIFC)|
|McGahan||Chris||CVM||Dept. of Molecular and Biomedical Sciences||Director, Career Development Core|
|Motsinger-Reif||Allison||PAMS||Dept. of Statistics||Director, Bioinformatics and Statistics Facility Core (BSFC)|
|Ninomiya-Tsuji||Jun||COS||Dept. of Biological Sciences||Director, Oxidative Stress Research Initiative|
|Patisaul||Heather||CALS||Dept. of Biological Sciences||Member, Endocrinology Research Initiative|
|Peden||David||College of Medicine||Dept. of Pediatrics, UNC Chapel Hill||Clinical Advisor, Integrated Health Sciences Facility Core (IHSFC)|
|Reich||Brian||PAMS||Dept. of Statistics||Member, Spatial-Temporal Exposure Assessment Modeling Research Initiative|
|Rodriguez-Puebla||Marcelo||CVM||Dept. of Molecular Biomedical Sciences||Member, Cancer Research Initiative|
|Sannes||Philip||CVM||Dept. of Molecular Biomedical Sciences||Director, Integrative Health Sciences Facility Core (IHSFC)|
|Schaff||Jenn||CALS||Genomic Science Laboratory||Co-Director, Genomics Sciences Lab (GSL), Director, Biomolecule Assessment Facility Core (BAFC)|
|Storm||Julia||COS||Dept. of Applied Ecology||Associate Director, Community Outreach and Engagement Core (COEC)|
|Smart||Robert||CALS||Dept. of Environmental and Molecular Toxicology||Director, Center for Human Health and the Environment (CHHE), Member, Cancer Research Initiative|
|Tsuji||Yoshiaki||CALS||Dept. of Environmental and Molecular Toxicology||Member, Oxidative Stress Research Initiative|
|Williams||Taufika||PAMS||Dept. of Chemistry, Mass Spectrometry Facility||Director, Mass Spectrometry Facility (MSF), Co-Director, Biomolecule Assessment Facility Core (BAFC)|
Eligibility Criteria for Center Membership
The Internal Advisory Board (IAB) will vote on the appointment of new nominees (self-nomination included) as well as the reappointment of existing members. The initial appointment to CHHE membership will be for a term of three years. Prospective CHHE members must demonstrate a commitment to the goals of the CHHE and to at least one of the five Research Initiatives. Appointments made by the IAB will be as a Full Member or Associate Member of CHHE.
Full Members have current faculty appointment at the level of Assistant, Associate or Full Professor and have significant, active, peer-reviewed grant support (e.g., NIH R01 support or similar). Also included in the category are tenured intramural research scientists from NIEHS (external grant support not required).
Associate Members have current faculty appointment at the level of Instructor, Assistant, Associate or Full Professor, but do not have active grant support at the time of appointment. Also included in this category are investigators from NC DHHS.
Each year the IAB will re-evaluate each Center member with respect to membership status. Associate Members who have received significant peer-reviewed grant support since the last evaluation will be advanced to Full Member status. Full Members who have lost such grant support for two consecutive evaluations will be moved to Associate Member status. Additionally, near the end of each three-year term of membership, each Member is evaluated by the IAB for renewal of membership for another three-year term. In assessing reappointment the IAB will take in consideration the member’s participation in Center activities including IHSFC, COEC, collaborative activities, and citation of the Center grant in research publications that utilize Center resources.
To remain in good standing within the Center, members will be required to: a) maintain or pursue external funding in a research area within the Center’s scope; b) regularly attend Center seminars and symposia; c) demonstrate evidence of facility core use and collaborations with other Center members that can include activities such as co-authored papers, collaborative grants, and co-mentoring of students and fellows; and d) provide an activity report every three-years to the Administrative Core at the time of consideration for reappointment that documents activities described above.
Selection of new members Member candidates will provide a CV and activity report that documents reasons for considering their application for membership. These documents will be provided to the IAB at least two weeks before the next quarterly meeting. The IAB will discuss and vote on all applications for membership. A simple majority vote in favor of membership will be required to accept the applicant for membership in the Center. An unfavorable vote will be communicated to the applicant with reasons for the vote. The applicant will be provided an opportunity to provide a rebuttal that will then be considered at the next quarterly IAB meeting. A second unfavorable vote will require the member candidate waiting one year before re-applying with the expectation that during that year, they will demonstrate increased activities consistent with Center membership. The expectation for junior member candidates will be more modest than established investigators, and based more on potential for interactions and a future in environmental health research.