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 Marine Biomedicine and Environmental Sciences | Alumni | Jennifer E. Yordy
Jennifer E. Yordy

Mentor: Dr. John Kucklick

Graduated 2009

Education: BS, University of Rhode Island, 2003

Post Doctoral: NIST Charleston

Dissertation: Persistent Organic Pollutant (POP) mixtures in wild bottlenose dolphins: the influences of life history, dietary exposure, physiology and their potential for endocrine disruption
Presentations
Yordy, JE. Factors influencing mixtures of brominated flame retardants in free ranging bottlenose dolphins. Graduate Student Seminar, September 2006. (talk).

Yordy, JE. Characterization of complex organohalogen mixtures in bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus). Dissertation Proposal, April 2006. (talk)
Yordy J, Kucklick, J., Wells, R., Balmer B., Swarthout, B., Schwacke L., Rowles, T. Partitioning of contaminants
between blubber, blood and milk in free-ranging bottlenose dolphins: Implications for Biomonitoring. 16th Society of Marine Mammalogy Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals, San Diego California, December 2005. (poster)

Yordy J, Kucklick, J., Wells, R., Balmer B., Swarthout, B., Schwacke L., Rowles, T. Partitioning of contaminants between blubber, blood and milk in free-ranging bottlenose dolphins: Implications for Biomonitoring. MUSC Marine Biomedicine Student Research Open House, July 2006. (poster)

Yordy, JE. Tissue distribution and lactational transfer of organohalogen contaminants in free-ranging bottlenose dolphins: Implications for biomonitoring. Graduate Student Seminar, January 2006. (talk)

Yordy, JE; Kucklick, JR; Wells, RS; Balmer, BC; Swarthout, R.; Rowles, TK. Partitioning of contaminants between blubber, blood and milk in free ranging bottlenose dolphins: Implications for biomonitoring. MUSC Student Research Day, November, 2005. (poster)

Yordy, JE; Kucklick, JR; Wells, RS; Balmer, BC; Swarthout, R.; Rowles, TK. Partitioning of contaminants between blubber, blood and milk in free ranging bottlenose dolphins: Implications for biomonitoring. MUSC Marine Biomedicine Student Research Open House, July 2005. (poster)

Yordy, JE; Kucklick, JR; Wells, RS; Rowles, TK; Balmer, BC; Keller, JM; VanderPol S. Maternal transfer of contaminants via lactation in the bottlenose dolphin, Tursiops truncatus. MUSC Student Research Day, November 2004. (poster)

Yordy, JE, Wells, RS, Kucklick, JR, Rowles, TK, Balmer, BC, Keller, JM, VanderPol, S. Maternal Transfer of Contaminants via milk in the Bottlenose Dolphin, Tursiops truncatus” Southeast Marine Mammal Symposium, Wilmington North Carolina, March 2004. (poster)

 
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