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Lynette Perrault

Lynette Dupré Perrault, MEd Adm., MEd Sped.

Asst. Dir. of Training and Educational Leadership                                                         

Emerging Scholars Environmental Health Sciences Academy
Environmental Health Sciences Teacher Workshop
Center for Gulf Coast Environmental Health Research, Leadership and Strategic Initiatives Tulane Global Environmental Health Sciences

 

Lynette Dupré Perrault received her BA from Loyola University in Communications, and her Master’s Degrees in Special Education, as well as in Educational Leadership from the University of New Orleans. Her work in education spans over 17 years in public and charter schools. Mrs. Perrault promotes teacher efficacy and student achievement through her instructional leadership endeavors. Promoting high expectations for students is the core of her professional educational career. Mrs. Perrault believes that all students can learn if provided enriching instructional programs taught by knowledgeable educators committed to educational excellence. Mrs. Perrault is an Educational Administration Doctoral Candidate with the University of New Orleans and also currently serves as the Assistant Director of Training and Educational Leadership in the Center for Gulf Coast Environmental Health Research, Leadership and Strategic Initiatives, with the Department of Global Environmental Health Sciences, in the Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine.

Jeffrey Wickliffe

Jeffrey Wickliffe, PhD
Associate Professor                                                                                                                                        
Program Faculty Lead
Emerging Scholars Environmental Health Sciences Academy
Environmental Health Sciences Teacher Workshop
Tulane University Global Environmental Health Sciences

Jeffrey Wickliffe is a genetic toxicologist with expertise in both basic and population-based environmental health science who has a track record of research in both Texas and Louisiana. Dr. Wickliffe's research focuses on effects resulting from exposure to direct or metabolically-activated genotoxins and mutagens such as ionizing radiation, hazardous air pollutants, elemental metals, and engineered nano materials. His research lab develops and uses markers designed to define mechanisms of toxicity directly affecting nucleic acids or indirectly through non-genotoxic mechanisms and their influence on disease outcomes. Dr. Wickliffe is currently conducting research on the impact of the DWH oil spill on the New Orleans East Vietnamese community under a project funded by the National Science Foundation titled "Citizen Science and Environmental Technology."