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Ecosystems Research

W. Matthew Henderson

My current research interests include the mammalian metabolism, distribution and toxicology of perfluorinated chemicals, various endocrine-active chemicals (i.e. EE2), as well as fungicides and pesticides (conazoles).  I conduct research in both in vitro and in vivo systems investigating the sex- and species-mediated routes of metabolism of these chemicals.  I also utilize GC/MS and LC/MSn-based metabolomic tools to elucidate how these chemicals disrupt the normal biological processes occurring in vivo, with emphasis on metabolic-biomarkers of developmental toxicity as well as alterations in steroidogeneic pathways.

Biographical Information

Name: W. Mathew Henderson
Title: Research Toxicologist

Contact Info:

Ecosystems Research Division
National Exposure Research Laboratory
Office of Research and Development
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
960 College Station Road
Athens, Georgia 30605-2700

Phone: 706-355-8222
Email: henderson.matt@epa.gov


Ph.D. Toxicology, University of Georgia, 2006
B.S. Environmental Health, University of Georgia, 2002 

Professional Experience

Research Toxicologist, USEPA, ORD, NERL-ERD, Athens, GA  2006–present
Physical Science Technician/Research Biologist, USEPA, ORD, NERL-ERD, Athens, GA  1999–2006
Developmental Toxicology Research Assistant, University of Georgia, Athens, GA  2003–2006

Professional Affiliations

Lecturer:  Reproductive and Development Toxicology and Chemical Toxicology, University of Georgia
Member: Society of Toxicology, Teratology Society
Reviewer:  Reproductive Toxicology, Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology, Toxicological Sciences, several ACS journals

Awards And Honors

U.S. EPA, NERL, ERD STAA honorable mention and STAA Level III award, 2008
U.S. EPA, NERL, ERD “S” Award for Research Performance, 2002-2008
Travel Award, Interdisciplinary Toxicology Program, University of GA, 2005/2006
Young Investigator Travel Award, Teratology Society, 2005/2006

Publications and Presentations

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