Michelle Deveau

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Toxicogenomics promises to be an important part of future human health risk assessment of environmental chemicals. The application of gene expression profiles (e.g., for hazard identification, chemical prioritization, chemical grouping, mode of action discovery, and quantitative analysis of response) is growing in the literature, but their use in formal(More)
Occupational exposure limits (OELs) serve as health-based benchmarks against which measured or estimated workplace exposures can be compared. In the years since the introduction of OELs to public health practice, both developed and developing countries have established processes for deriving, setting, and using OELs to protect workers exposed to hazardous(More)
This paper focuses on the reconstruction of surfaces of revolution. We propose a method for estimating those surfaces from point clouds. We are more particularly dealing with data coming from one unique laser scanner acquisition; indeed, our approach extensively uses the range image topology. It makes originally use of geometric properties of surfaces of(More)
Occupational exposure limits (OELs) serve as benchmarks for the interpretation of workplace exposures within a health risk context. Different organizations derive OELs for many chemicals, including manganese. OELs recommended by different organizations can vary quantitatively, which can present a challenge to occupational hygienists or other risk managers(More)
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