Silvia Balbo, PhD
I study the interaction of DNA and chemicals to investigate how lifestyle and environment exposures cause disease. My work focuses on the development of mass spectrometry-based methods for the identification and quantification of DNA addition products (called adducts) in animals and humans.
Awards and Recognition
- Delta Omega Honorary Public Health Society
- 2007 ECNIS - European Network of Excellence on Cancer and Nutrition travel award
- 2015 Pi Chapter of the Delta Omega honorary Public Health Society
- 2016 ISSNAF Hogan Lovells Award for research in Medicine, Biosciences and cognitive science Italian Embassy, Washington D.C. October 18, 2016
- 2019 American Chemical Society, Chemical Research in Toxicology Young Investigator award.
- 2020 CGHSR (Center for Global Health & Social Responsibility) Faculty Mentor Award
- American Association for Cancer Research
- American Chemical Society
- American Society for Mass Spectrometry