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Miroslav Stýblo
Associate Professor
Department of Nutrition
Gillings School of Global Public Health
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
2302 Michael Hooker Research Center
CB #7461
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7461, USA

+1 (919) 966-5721
+1 (919) 843-0776
Miroslav Stýblo
General areas of interest: Biochemistry and toxicology of trace metals and metalloids.
Specific research topics:
  1. Role of essential and toxic trace elements in etiology of common human diseases.
  2. Molecular mechanisms of toxic and carcinogenic effects of metals and metalloids with focus on environmental arsenic; role of diet or specific nutrients in modulation or prevention of these effects.
  3. Modulation of the therapeutic efficacy or toxic side effects of metal-containing drugs by diet or specific nutrients.
  4. Development of analytical techniques for identification of biomarkers of health effects of the essential and toxic trace elements.
1.    Customized hydride generation-AAS with cryotrapping (AA800 PerkinElmer)
2.    Customized hydride generation-ICP-MS with cryotrapping (Agilent 7500cx)

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