Candice Lavelle

Graduate Assistant

Office: CEHT-Building 471, Rm 4

Phone: (352)-294-4699

Email: clavelle@ufl.edu

Current Research Interests

  • Environmental Toxicology
  • Nanotoxicology
  • Proteomics Endocrine Disruption

Education

  • Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Veterinary Medical Sciences, Interdisciplinary Toxicology Concentration, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. [2010 – 2014 (expected)]
  • Master’s degree, Water Resources Science, Aquatic Toxicology Concentration, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN. (2006 – 2008)
  • B.S. Marine Biology, Minors in Math and Environmental Engineering, Roger Williams University, Bristol, RI. (2001-2005)

Selected Publications

  • Behavioral and genomic impacts of a wastewater effluent on the fathead minnow N Garcia-Reyero, CM Lavelle, BL Escalon, D Martinović, KJ Kroll, PW Sorensen, and N Denslow Aquatic Toxicology 2011 Vol 101: 38-48
  • Behavioral responses of adult male and female fathead minnows to a model estrogenic effluent and its effects on exposure regime and reproductive success C Lavelle, PW Sorensen Aquatic Toxicology 2011 Vol 101: 521-528
  • Chronic nanoparticulate silver exposure results in tissue accumulation and transcriptomic changes in zebrafish RJ Griffitt, CM Lavelle, SK Andrew, ND Denslow, DS Barber Aquatic Toxicology 2013 Vol. 130: 192-200

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