Prof. Dr. Tamara Tal

Dr. Tamara Tal
Foto: Sebastian Wiedling / UFZ

Adresse:
Permoserstr. 15
04318 Leipzig

Gebäude: 6.0
Raum: 519
Telefon: +49 341 235 1524
E-Mail

Forschungsinteressen

  • Entwicklung neuer Methoden (NAMs) für die Entwicklungsneurotoxizität
  • Verwendung molekularer Ansätze zur Klärung der Mechanismen, durch die eine chemische Exposition nachteilige Folgen hervorruft
  • Untersuchung der Wechselwirkungen zwischen Chemikalien und Mikrobiom, die die Ergebnisse der Wirts-Toxizität beeinflussen

Lebenslauf

Seit 2021

Professorin für Integrierte Systemtoxikologie, Universität Leipzig, Medizinische Fakultät, Leipzig, Deutschland 

Seit 2019

Gruppenleiterin, Gruppe Molekulare Toxikologie, Department für Bioanalytische Ökotoxikologie, Helmholtz-Zentrum für Umweltforschung - UFZ, Leipzig, Deutschland 

2015-2019

Hauptuntersuchungsleiterin, Abteilung für integrierte Systemtoxikologie, US-Umweltschutzbehörde (US EPA), RTP, NC, USA

2011-2015

R-Authority Postdoc-Stipendium, Abteilung Integrierte Systemtoxikologie, US EPA, RTP, NC, USA

2008-2011

NIEHS-Postdoktorand, Abteilung für Umwelt- und Molekulartoxikologie, Oregon State University (OSU), Corvallis, Oregon, USA

2003-2008

Doktorand, Lehrplan für Toxikologie, Universität von North Carolina (UNC) Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC, USA 


 Auszeichnungen

2021 - 2026

Helmholtz W2 Award
NEURO-XENO-MICROBIOME: Examining microbiome-xenobiotic interactions that affect host neurodevelopment

2020 - 2022

UFZ Chemicals in the Environment (CITE) TB College
MibiTox: The role of the intestinal microbiome as driver between pesticide exposure and disease pathogenesis.

2020

Paper of the Year Award, Society of Toxicology, Molecular and Systems Biology Specialty Section

2018 - 2019

US EPA Pathfinder Innovation Project Award
In vivo bioremediation of PFAS in zebrafish

2017

US EPA Science and Technological Achievement Award (STAA) – Level III Award, Using novel zebrafish toxicity assays to evaluate a predictive model of developmental vascular toxicity

2016 - 2018

US EPA Pathfinder Innovation Project Stage Three Award
Gut microbiome influence on developmental toxicity: Does the microbiome
modify chemical toxicity during brain development?

2015

First Place, Reproductive and Developmental Specialty Section Postdoctoral Poster Award, Society of Toxicology

2015

First Place, Emil A. Pfitzer Post-Doc Award, Drug Discovery Toxicology Specialty Section, Society of Toxicology

2015

US EPA STAA Honorable Mention, Using novel zebrafish toxicity assays to evaluate a predictive model of developmental vascular toxicity 

2014 - 2016

US EPA Pathfinder Innovation Project Stage 1-2 Awards
Gut microbiome influence on developmental toxicity: Does the microbiome
modify chemical toxicity during brain development?

2014

Exemplary Poster Award, EPA Chemical Safety Data Summit 

2014

Research Award, Future Tox II Meeting

2014

US EPA Bronze Medal for Commendable Service

2012

First Place, US EPA NLTO Oral Presentation Competition 

2012

US EPA Peer Ovation Award, Top Innovation, Virtual Embryo Project 

2011

Environmental Health Sciences Fellow Award 

2010

Second Place, Pacific Northwest Association of Toxicologists Regional Conference Poster Award 

2010

First Place, International Neurotoxicology Conference Postdoctoral Research Award

2010

Society of Toxicology Molecular Biology Specialty Section Postdoctoral Research Award 

2010

Second Place, Society of Toxicology Neurotoxicology Specialty Section Poster Award

2008 - 2011

T32 National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences Postdoctoral Fellowship 

2008

Society of Toxicology Inhalation Specialty Section Graduate Student Award

2008

Society of Toxicology Graduate Student Travel Award 

2007

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Graduate Education Advancement Board Impact Award 

2007

NIH National Graduate Student Research Festival Award 

2006

North Carolina Society of Toxicology Graduate Student Poster Award 

2006

Third Place, Society of Toxicology Metals Specialty Section Student Award 

2005

North Carolina Society of Toxicology Graduate Student Poster Award 

1998 - 2003

University of Central Florida Honors College 

1998 - 2002

Florida Bright Future Scholarship 


Publikationen

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2021 (4)
2020 (3)
2019 (1)

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