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Environmental Toxicology



Nicole Sparks


NIcole Sparks
UCR Phone:
Email: nicole.sparks@email.ucr.edu
UCR Major Professor: Nicole zur Nieden
Degree Program: Ph.D.

Nicole Sparks

MS, California State University, San Bernardino; BS, La Sierra University

Research Focus

Elucidating the mechanisms of tobacco-induced oxidative stress and how it disrupts embryogenesis, and leading to teratogenic outcomes.

Publications

  • Book Chapter: Sparks NRL and zur Nieden NI. Pluripotent stem cells as tools to assess developmental toxicity: diversity instead of consolidation. Accepted 07/2013

Presentations

  • Sparks NRL. Predicting Skeletal Teratogenicity: An Alternative Approach with Pluripotent Stem Cells. Environmental Toxicology Graduate Program Annual Research Symposium, University of California Riverside. June 2013.
  • Sparks NRL. The effects of tobacco products on skeletal development. CSUSB Student Research Symposium, June 2012.
  • Sparks NRL. Elucidating the effects of tobacco products on skeletal development. Thesis Defense. California State University San Bernardino, May 29, 2012.
  • Sparks NRL and IKC Martinez. I told you not to smoke: Elucidating the effects of tobacco products on bone development. University of California Riverside Stem Cell Seminar, March 2012.

More Information

General Campus Information

University of California, Riverside
900 University Ave.
Riverside, CA 92521
Tel: (951) 827-1012

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Department Information

Environmental Toxicology Graduate Program
1140 Batchelor Hall

Tel: (951) 827-4116
Alt Tel: (800) 735-0717
E-mail: BSGSAC Graduate Student Advisor - etox@ucr.edu

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