EMM Student and New Investigator Best Paper Award Recipients

Best Paper by a New Investigator

2018—Montrose et al. Perinatal Lead (Pb) Exposure Results in Sex and Tissue-Dependent Adult DNA Methylation Alterations in Murine IAP Transposons

2016—Chepelev et al. Transcriptional Profiling of the Mouse Hippocampus Supports an NMDAR-Mediated Neurotoxic Mode of Action for Benzo[a]Pyrene

2015—Yousefi et al. Estimation of blood cellular heterogeneity in newborns and children for epigenome-wide association studies 56:751-8

2014—Andres et al. Recognition and Repair of Chemically Heterogenous Structures at DNA Ends

2013—Muniz Ortiz J et al. Catalase has a key role in protecting cells from the genotoxic effects of monomethylarsonous acid, a highly active metabolite of arsenic. 54:317–326.

2012—Wang Y et al. ACB-PCR measurement of H-ras codon 61 CAA-CTA mutation provides an early indication of aristolochic acid I carcinogenic effect in tumor target tissues. 53:495–504.

2011—Hernandez L et al. Can Carcinogenic potential be predicted from in vivo genotoxic data? A meta analysis of historical data. EMM 52:518–528.

2009—Lindberg, H et al. Micronucleus assay for mouse alveolar Type II and Clara cells. EMM 51:164-172.

Best Paper by a Student

2018—De la Rosa et al. Associations between Arsenic (13Oxidation State) Methyltransferase (AS3MT) and N-6 Adenine-specific DNA Methyltransferase1 (N6AMT1) Polymorphisms, Arsenic Metabolism, and Cancer Risk in a Chilean Population

2018—Wilder et al. Classification of In Vitro Genotoxicants Using a Novel Multiplexed Biomarker Assay Compared to the Flow Cytometric Micronucleus Test

2016—Long et al. Oral Exposure to Commercially Available Coal Tar-Based Pavement Sealcoat Induces Murine Genetic Damage and Mutations

2015—Bernacki et al. Genotoxic mode of action predictions from a multiplexed flow cytometric assay and a machine learning approach. 57:171-189

2014—Herman at al. Detrimental Effects of UV-B Radiation in a Xeroderma Pigmentosum-Variant Cell Line

2013—Beardslee R et al. Mutation in the little finger domain in human DNA polymerase n alters fidelity when copying undamaged DNA. 54:638–651.

2012—Mitchell M et al. Levels of select PCB and PBDE congeners in human post-mortem brain reveal possible environmental involvement in 15q-11-q13 duplication autism spectrum disorder. 53:589–598.

2011—Yamamoto MN et al. Characterization of environmental chemicals with potential for DNA damage using isogenic DNA repair-deficient chicken DT400 cell lines. EMM 52:547–561.

2009—Verhofstad et al. DNA adduct kinetics in reproductive tissues of DNA repair proficient and deficient male mice after oral exposure to benzo(a)pyrene. EMM 51:123–129.

Best Review Paper by a Student or New Investigator

2010—Huen, K et al. Effects of PON polymorphisms and haplotypes on molecular phenotype in Mexican-American mothers and children. EMM 52:105–116.

Best Research Paper by a Student or New Investigator

2010—Kulawiec, M, Salk, J et al. Generation, Function, and Prognostic Utility of Somatic Mitochondrial DNA Mutations in Cancer. EMM 51:427–439.