Jim E. Riviere Papers 1977-2006

Creator
Riviere, J. Edmond (Jim Edmond)
Size
24 linear feet
Location

For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Special Collections Research Center Reference Staff.

Call number
MC 00369

The Jim E. Riviere papers contain research notebooks from experiments with the IPPSF, isolated perfused porcine skin flap, a novel in vitro alternative animal model for studies in cutaneous toxicology, dermatology, physiology, oncology, percutaneous drug absorption, and metabolism. Included as well are research notes from different projects and experiments involving pharmacology and toxicology, grant reports and study reports pertaining to Riviere's work with pharmacology and toxicology for North Carolina State University, the United States Department of Defense, the United States Army Medical Research Acquisition Agency, and several private corporations. The collection also contains copies of published articles, conference programs and computer-printed drafts of textbooks and textbook chapters written and co-written by Jim E. Riviere and his wife and co-researcher, Nancy A. Monteiro-Riviere, Lab Notebooks for IPPSF Department of Defense (including Laminin), and other Studies.

As of January 2007, Jim E. Riviere was Burroughs Wellcome Fund Distinguished Professor of Pharmacology; Director, Center for Chemical Toxicology Research and Pharmacokinetics, College of Veterinary Medicine; and Director of the Biomathematics Program of the College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, North Carolina State University (NCSU) in Raleigh, N.C. His research interests relate to applying biomathematics to problems in toxicology, including the risk assessment of chemical mixtures, pharmacokinetics, absorption of drugs and chemicals across skin, and the food safety and pharmacokinetics of tissue residues in food producing animals.

Biographical/historical note

Jim Edmond Riviere was born March 3, 1953, in New Bedford, Massachusetts. He attended New Bedford High School from 1968 to 1971. He served as the director of the Buttonwood Park Zoo in New Bedford from 1974 to 1976. From 1974 to 1975 he wrote the column What's Zooing for the Standard-Times in New Bedford. He attended Boston College from 1971 to 1976 and earned a bachelors degree in biology and a masters degree in endicrinology. He received a D.V.M. and a Ph.D. in pharmacology from Purdue University.

In 1981 Riviere joined the faculty of the College of Veterinary Medicine at North Carolina State University. His primary research focus is the development of pharmacokinetic models to study the absorption and transport of drugs and chemicals across the skin. Results of his studies have been used to develop transdermal drug delivery approaches as well as revise risk assessment approaches for topical chemical exposure to occupational and environmental chemicals. In the veterinary arena, his modeling approach is applied to food safety in the prediction of drug and chemical residues in the edible tissues of food-producing animals.

Riviere is the co-founder and co-director of the United States Department of Agriculture-supported Food Animal Residue Avoidance Databank and the Director of the Center for Chemical Toxicology Research and Pharmacokinetics at North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine. He is a past president of the Dermatotoxicology Specialty Section of the Society of Toxicology, and has been a member of the editorial board of Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology as well as Skin Pharmacology and Applied Skin Physiology. He is also a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Zeta, and Sigma Xi and has served on the science board of the United States Food and Drug Administration.

In 1991 Riviere was awarded the Ebert Prize from the American Pharmaceutical Association, the Harvey W. Wiley Medal and the FDA Commissioner's Special Citation. In 1999 he received the O. Max Gardner Award from the Board of Governors from the University of North Carolina.

Riviere has been the editor of the Journal of Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics and has published more than 400 full-length research papers and chapters, authored and co-authored ten books in pharmacokinetics, toxicology and food safety, and holds five United States patents. He has had extramural research support from both government and industry totalling over 15 million dollars on grants for which he was the principal investigator.

In 1976 Riviere was married to Dr. Nancy Monteiro. Dr. Monteiro-Riviere is a professor of investigative dermatology and toxicology in the College of Veterinary Medicine at North Carolina State. They have three children: Christopher, Brian and Jessica.

Scope/content

The Jim E. Riviere papers contain research notes, reports, and writings. Some research notes relate to Riviere's experiments with the isolated perfused porcine skin flap (IPPSF), a novel in vitro alternative animal model for studies in cutaneous toxicology, dermatology, physiology, oncology, percutaneous drug absorption and metabolism. There are also notes from related experiements dealing with insecticides and pesticides such as permethrin, DEET and malathion, and pharmacology and toxicology. Grant reports and study reports pertain to Riviere's research for North Carolina State University, the United States Department of Defense, the United States Army Medical Research Acquisition Agency, the Battelle Memorial Institute, and pharmaceutical companies Ciba-Geigy, Pharmacia & Upjohn, and Sandoz AG. The reports contain study findings on subjects relating to pharmacokinetics, veterinary pharmacology, veterinary toxicology, dermatotoxicology and nephrotoxicity. There are specific reports on chronic renal disease, hypothermia, xenobiotics, Persian Gulf War and experiments on mustard gas and lewisite(poison gas). The collection also contains copies of published articles, conference programs and computer-printed drafts of textbooks and textbook chapters written and co-written by Jim E. Riviere and his wife and co-researcher, Nancy A. Monteiro-Riviere, Lab Notebooks for IPPSF Department of Defense (including Laminin), and other Studies.

Physical description

48 archival boxes

Arrangement

The collection is divided into three series:

  • 1. Research Notes
  • 2. Reports
  • 3. Writings

Use of these materials

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Jim E. Riviere Papers, MC 00369, Special Collections Research Center, North Carolina State University Libraries, Raleigh, NC

Related material

Source of acquisition

Gift of Jim E. Riviere, 2006 January 13 (Accession 2006.0001), 2012 August (Accession 2012.0215), 2013 August (Accession 2013.0208)

Processing information

Processed by: Dani Nation, 2006; Encoded by Dani Nation, 2006; Finding aid updated to reflect addition to collection: Todd Kosmerick, 2013 August.

The collection is organized into three principal series:

Research Notes 1984-1995 (MC 369 Series 1)
Size: 18 linear feet

This series primarily contains research notes from Riviere's experiments with the isolated perfused porcine skin flap (IPPSF). There are also notes from other related experiments dealing with insecticides, pesticides, pharmacology, and toxicology.

36 archival boxes

Notebook 1 IPPSF 1-40 1984-1995
Box 1, Folder 1
Notebook 1 IPPSF 1-40 1984-1995
Box 1, Folder 2
Notebook 1 IPPSF 1-40 1984-1995
Box 1, Folder 3
Notebook 2 IPPSF 41-90 1984-1995
Box 1, Folder 4
Notebook 2 IPPSF 41-90 1984-1995
Box 1, Folder 5
Assimilate Notebook 2 IPPSF 41-90 1984-1995
Box 2, Folder 6
Assimilate Notebook 3 IPPSF 91-150 1984-1995
Box 2, Folder 7
Assimilate Notebook 3 IPPSF 91-150 1984-1995
Box 2, Folder 8
Assimilate Notebook 3 IPPSF 91-150 1984-1995
Box 2, Folder 9
Assimilate Notebook 4 IPPSF 151-190 1984-1995
Box 2, Folder 10
Assimilate Notebook 4 IPPSF 151-190 1984-1995
Box 3, Folder 11
Assimilate Notebook 4 IPPSF 151-190 1984-1995
Box 3, Folder 12
Assimilate Notebook 5 IPPSF 191-240 1984-1995
Box 3, Folder 13
Assimilate Notebook 5 IPPSF 191-240 1984-1995
Box 3, Folder 14
Assimilate Notebook 5 IPPSF 191-240 1984-1995
Box 3, Folder 15
Assimilate Notebook 6 IPPSF 241-180 1984-1995
Box 4, Folder 16
Assimilate Notebook 6 IPPSF 241-280 1984-1995
Box 4, Folder 17
Assimilate Notebook 6 IPPSF 241-280 1984-1995
Box 4, Folder 18
Assimilate Notebook 7 IPPSF 281-320 1984-1995
Box 4, Folder 19
Assimilate Notebook 7 IPPSF 281-320 1984-1995
Box 4, Folder 20
Assimilate Notebook 7 IPPSF 281-320 1984-1995
Box 5, Folder 21
Assimilate Notebook 7 IPPSF 321-360 1984-1995
Box 5, Folder 22
Assimilate Notebook 7 IPPSF 321-360 1984-1995
Box 5, Folder 23
Assimilate Notebook 8 IPPSF 321-360 1984-1995
Box 5, Folder 24
Assimilate Notebook 9 IPPSF 361-400 1984-1995
Box 5, Folder 25
Assimilate Notebook 9 IPPSF 361-400 1984-1995
Box 6, Folder 26
Assimilate Notebook 9 IPPSF 361-400 1984-1995
Box 6, Folder 27
Assimilate Notebook 10 IPPSF 401-440 1984-1995
Box 6, Folder 28
Assimilate Notebook 10 IPPSF 401-440 1984-1995
Box 6, Folder 29
Assimilate Notebook 10 IPPSF 401-440 1984-1995
Box 6, Folder 30
Assimilate Notebook 11 IPPSF 441-480 1984-1995
Box 7, Folder 31
Assimilate Notebook 11 IPPSF 441-480 1984-1995
Box 7, Folder 32
Assimilate Notebook 11 IPPSF 441-480 1984-1995
Box 7, Folder 33
Assimilate Notebook 12 IPPSF 481-520 1984-1995
Box 7, Folder 34
Assimilate Notebook 12 IPPSF 481-520 1984-1995
Box 7, Folder 35
Assimilate Notebook 12 IPPSF 481-520 1984-1995
Box 8, Folder 36
Assimilate Notebook 13 IPPSF 521-560 1984-1995
Box 8, Folder 37
Assimilate Notebook 13 IPPSF 521-560 1984-1995
Box 8, Folder 38
Assimilate Notebook 13 IPPSF 521-560 1984-1995
Box 8, Folder 39
Assimilate Notebook 14 IPPSF 561-600 1984-1995
Box 8, Folder 40
Assimilate Notebook 14 IPPSF 561-600 1984-1995
Box 9, Folder 41
Assimilate Notebook 14 IPPSF 561-600 1984-1995
Box 9, Folder 42
Assimilate Notebook 15 IPPSF 601-640 1984-1995
Box 9, Folder 43
Assimilate Notebook 15 IPPSF 601-640 1984-1995
Box 9, Folder 44
Assimilate Notebook 15 IPPSF 601-640 1984-1995
Box 9, Folder 45
Assimilate Notebook 16 IPPSF 641-680 1984-1995
Box 10, Folder 46
Assimilate Notebook 16 IPPSF 641-680 1984-1995
Box 10, Folder 47
Assimilate Notebook 16 IPPSF 641-680 1984-1995
Box 10, Folder 48
Assimilate Notebook 17 IPPSF 681-720 1984-1995
Box 10, Folder 49
Assimilate Notebook 17 IPPSF 681-720 1984-1995
Box 10, Folder 50
Assimilate Notebook 17 IPPSF 681-720 1984-1995
Box 11, Folder 51
Assimilate Notebook 18 IPPSF 721-760 1984-1995
Box 11, Folder 52
Assimilate Notebook 18 IPPSF 721-760 1984-1995
Box 11, Folder 53
Assimilate Notebook 18 IPPSF 721-760 1984-1995
Box 11, Folder 54
Assimilate Notebook 19 IPPSF 761-800 1984-1995
Box 11, Folder 55
Assimilate Notebook 19 IPPSF 761-800 1984-1995
Box 12, Folder 56
Assimilate Notebook 19 IPPSF 761-800 1984-1995
Box 12, Folder 57
Assimilate Notebook 20 IPPSF 801-840 1984-1995
Box 12, Folder 58
Assimilate Notebook 20 IPPSF 801-840 1984-1995
Box 12, Folder 59
Assimilate Notebook 20 IPPSF 801-840 1984-1995
Box 12, Folder 60
Assimilate Notebook 21 IPPSF 841-880 1984-1995
Box 13, Folder 61
Assimilate Notebook 21 IPPSF 841-880 1984-1995
Box 13, Folder 62
Assimilate Notebook 21 IPPSF 841-880 1984-1995
Box 13, Folder 63
Assimilate Notebook 22 IPPSF 881-920 1984-1995
Box 13, Folder 64
Assimilate Notebook 22 IPPSF 881-920 1984-1995
Box 13, Folder 65
Assimilate Notebook 22 IPPSF 881-920 1984-1995
Box 14, Folder 66
Assimilate Notebook 23 IPPSF 921-960 1984-1995
Box 14, Folder 67
Assimilate Notebook 23 IPPSF 921-960 1984-1995
Box 14, Folder 68
Assimilate Notebook 23 IPPSF 921-960 1984-1995
Box 14, Folder 69
Assimilate Notebook 24 IPPSF 961-1000 1984-1995
Box 14, Folder 70
Assimilate Notebook 24 IPPSF 961-1000 1984-1995
Box 15, Folder 71
Assimilate Notebook 24 IPPSF 961-1000 1984-1995
Box 15, Folder 72
Assimilate Notebook 25 IPPSF 1001-1040 1984-1995
Box 15, Folder 73
Assimilate Notebook 25 IPPSF 1001-1040 1984-1995
Box 15, Folder 74
Assimilate Notebook 25 IPPSF 1001-1040 1984-1995
Box 15, Folder 75
Assimilate Notebook 26 IPPSF 1041-1080 1984-1995
Box 16, Folder 76
Assimilate Notebook 26 IPPSF 1041-1080 1984-1995
Box 16, Folder 77
Assimilate Notebook 26 IPPSF 1041-1080 1984-1995
Box 16, Folder 78
Assimilate Notebook 27 IPPSF 1081-1120 1984-1995
Box 16, Folder 79
Assimilate Notebook 27 IPPSF 1081-1120 1984-1995
Box 16, Folder 80
Assimilate Notebook 27 IPPSF 1081-1120 1984-1995
Box 17, Folder 81
Assimilate Notebook 28 IPPSF 1121-1160 1984-1995
Box 17, Folder 82
Assimilate Notebook 28 IPPSF 1121-1160 1984-1995
Box 17, Folder 83
Assimilate Notebook 28 IPPSF 1121-1160 1984-1995
Box 17, Folder 84
Assimilate Notebook 29 IPPSF 1161-1200 1984-1995
Box 17, Folder 85
Assimilate Notebook 29 IPPSF 1161-1200 1984-1995
Box 18, Folder 86
Assimilate Notebook 29 IPPSF 1161-1200 1984-1995
Box 18, Folder 87
Assimilate Notebook 30 IPPSF 1201-1240 1984-1995
Box 18, Folder 88
Assimilate Notebook 30 IPPSF 1201-1240 1984-1995
Box 18, Folder 89
Assimilate Notebook 30 IPPSF 1201-1240 1984-1995
Box 18, Folder 90
Assimilate Notebook 31 IPPSF 1241-1280 1984-1995
Box 19, Folder 91
Assimilate Notebook 31 IPPSF 1241-1280 1984-1995
Box 19, Folder 92
Assimilate Notebook 31 IPPSF 1241-1280 1984-1995
Box 19, Folder 93
Assimilate Notebook 32 IPPSF 1281-1320 1984-1995
Box 19, Folder 94
Assimilate Notebook 32 IPPSF 1281-1320 1984-1995
Box 19, Folder 95
Assimilate Notebook 33 IPPSF 1321-1360 1984-1995
Box 20, Folder 96
Assimilate Notebook 33 IPPSF 1321-1360 1984-1995
Box 20, Folder 97
Assimilate Notebook 33 IPPSF 1321-1360 1984-1995
Box 20, Folder 98
Assimilate Notebook 34 IPPSF 1361-1400 1984-1995
Box 20, Folder 99
Assimilate Notebook 34 IPPSF 1361-1400 1984-1995
Box 20, Folder 100
Assimilate Notebook 34 IPPSF 1361-1400 1984-1995
Box 21, Folder 101
Assimilate Notebook 35 IPPSF 1401-1440 1984-1995
Box 21, Folder 102
Assimilate Notebook 35 IPPSF 1401-1440 1984-1995
Box 21, Folder 103
Assimilate Notebook 35 IPPSF 1401-1440 1984-1995
Box 21, Folder 104
Assimilate Notebook 36 IPPSF 1441-1480 1984-1995
Box 21, Folder 105
Assimilate Notebook 36 IPPSF 1441-1480 1984-1995
Box 22, Folder 106
Assimilate Notebook 36 IPPSF 1441-1480 1984-1995
Box 22, Folder 107
Assimilate Notebook 37 IPPSF 1481-1520 1984-1995
Box 22, Folder 108
Assimilate Notebook 37 IPPSF 1481-1520 1984-1995
Box 22, Folder 109
Assimilate Notebook 37 IPPSF 1481-1520 1984-1995
Box 22, Folder 110
Assimilate Notebook 38 IPPSF 1521-1560 1984-1995
Box 23, Folder 111
Assimilate Notebook 38 IPPSF 1521-1560 1984-1995
Box 23, Folder 112
Assimilate Notebook 38 IPPSF 1521-1560
Box 23, Folder 113
Assimilate Notebook 39 IPPSF 1561-1600 1984-1995
Box 23, Folder 114
Assimilate Notebook 39 IPPSF 1561-1600 1984-1995
Box 23, Folder 115
Assimilate Notebook 39 IPPSF 1561-1600 1984-1995
Box 24, Folder 116
Assimilate Notebook 40 IPPSF 1601-1640 1984-1995
Box 24, Folder 117
Assimilate Notebook 40 IPPSF 1601-1640 1984-1995
Box 24, Folder 118
Assimilate Notebook 40 IPPSF 1601-1640 1984-1995
Box 24, Folder 119
Assimilate Notebook 41 IPPSF 1641-1680 1984-1995
Box 24, Folder 120
Assimilate Notebook 41 IPPSF 1641-1680 1984-1995
Box 25, Folder 121
Assimilate Notebook 41 IPPSF 1641-1680 1984-1995
Box 25, Folder 122
Assimilate Notebook 42 IPPSF 1681-1720 1984-1995
Box 25, Folder 123
Assimilate Notebook 42 IPPSF 1681-1720 1984-1995
Box 25, Folder 124
Assimilate Notebook 42 IPPSF 1681-1720 1984-1995
Box 25, Folder 125
Assimilate Notebook 43 IPPSF 1721-1760 1984-1995
Box 26, Folder 126
Assimilate Notebook 43 IPPSF 1721-1760 1984-1995
Box 26, Folder 127
Assimilate Notebook 43 IPPSF 1721-1760 1984-1995
Box 26, Folder 128
Assimilate Notebook 44 IPPSF 1761-1800 1984-1995
Box 26, Folder 129
Assimilate Notebook 44 IPPSF 1761-1800 1984-1995
Box 26, Folder 130
Assimilate Notebook 44 IPPSF 1761-1800 1984-1995
Box 27, Folder 131
Assimilate Notebook 45 IPPSF 1801-1840 1984-1995
Box 27, Folder 132
Assimilate Notebook 45 IPPSF 1801-1840 1984-1995
Box 27, Folder 133
Assimilate Notebook 45 IPPSF 1801-1840 1984-1995
Box 27, Folder 134
Assimilate Notebook 46 IPPSF 1841-1880 1984-1995
Box 27, Folder 135
Assimilate Notebook 46 IPPSF 1841-1880 1984-1995
Box 28, Folder 136
Assimilate Notebook 46 IPPSF 1841-1880 1984-1995
Box 28, Folder 137
Assimilate Notebook 47 IPPSF 1881-1920 1984-1995
Box 28, Folder 138
Assimilate Notebook 47 IPPSF 1881-1920 1984-1995
Box 28, Folder 139
Assimilate Notebook 47 IPPSF 1881-1920 1984-1995
Box 28, Folder 140
Assimilate Notebook 48 IPPSF 1921-1960 1984-1995
Box 29, Folder 141
Assimilate Notebook 48 IPPSF 1921-1960 1984-1995
Box 29, Folder 142
Assimilate Notebook 48 IPPSF 1921-1960 1984-1995
Box 29, Folder 143
Assimilate Notebook 49 IPPSF 1961-2000 1984-1995
Box 29, Folder 144
Assimilate Notebook 49 IPPSF 1961-2000 1984-1995
Box 29, Folder 145
Assimilate Notebook 49 IPPSF 1961-2000 1984-1995
Box 30, Folder 146
Assimilate Notebook 50 IPPSF 2001-2040 1984-1995
Box 30, Folder 147
Assimilate Notebook 50 IPPSF 2001-2040 1984-1995
Box 30, Folder 148
Assimilate Notebook 50 IPPSF 2001-2040 1984-1995
Box 30, Folder 149
Assimilate Notebook 51 IPPSF 2041-2080 1984-1995
Box 30, Folder 150
Assimilate Notebook 51 IPPSF 2041-2080 1984-1995
Box 31, Folder 151
Assimilate Notebook 51 IPPSF 2041-2080 1984-1995
Box 31, Folder 152
Assimilate Notebook 52 IPPSF 2081-2117 1984-1995
Box 31, Folder 153
Assimilate Notebook 52 IPPSF 2081-2117 1984-1995
Box 31, Folder 154
Assimilate Notebook 52 IPPSF 2081-2117 1984-1995
Box 31, Folder 155
Assimilate Notebook 53 IPPSF 2118-2160 1984-1995
Box 32, Folder 156
Assimilate Notebook 53 IPPSF 2118-2160 1984-1995
Box 32, Folder 157
2501 (1 of 2) 1984-1995
Box 32, Folder 158
2501 (2 of 2) 1984-1995
Box 32, Folder 159
Assimilate Notebook SF 1-40 (1 of 2) 1984-1995
Box 32, Folder 160
Assimilate Notebook SF 1-40 (2 of 2) 1984-1995
Box 32, Folder 161
Notebook C14 Malathion (1 of 3) 1984-1995
Box 33, Folder 162
Notebook C14 Malathion (2 of 3) 1984-1995
Box 33, Folder 163
Notebook C14 Malathion (3 of 3) 1984-1995
Box 33, Folder 164
Volume Study PLW Protocol #1 1984-1995
Box 33, Folder 165
Aborted Flaps List 1984-1995
Box 33, Folder 166
GP #1 1984-1995
Box 33, Folder 167
GP #2 1984-1995
Box 34, Folder 168
GP #3 1984-1995
Box 34, Folder 169
GP #4 1984-1995
Box 34, Folder 170
GP #5 1984-1995
Box 34, Folder 171
Gensia Logbook 1989-1992
Box 35, Folder 172
GF 1-40 #1 1984-1995
Box 35, Folder 173
GF 41-86 #2 1984-1995
Box 35, Folder 174
GF 87-63 #3 1984-1995
Box 36, Folder 175
GF 568-761 #9 1984-1995
Box 36, Folder 176
GF 822-857 #11 1984-1995
Box 36, Folder 177
GF 862-909 #12 1984-1995
Box 36, Folder 178
DOD-IPPSF 1994 (Accession 2012.0239)
Box 48, Folder 252
DOD - Laminin 1993 (Accession 2012.0239)
Box 48, Folder 253
Health, Cutaneous Pharmacology Toxicology undated (Accession 2012.0239)
Box 48, Folder 254
Hemi #1 1989 (Accession 2012.0239)
Box 48, Folder 255
Records 1983 (Accession 2012.0239)
Box 48, Folder 256
AAPS / PDD Contributed Papers [handwritten notes] Undated (Accession 2013.0208)
Box 48, Folder 257
Reports 1977-2002 (MC 369 Series 2)
Size: 3.5 linear feet

This series contains study reports, grant reports, grant applications and related correspondence for public and private funded research projects conducted by Jim E. Riviere and Nancy A. Monteiro-Riviere. Reports include those funded by North Carolina State University, the United States Department of Defense, the United States Army Medical Research Acquisition Agency, and pharmacuetical companies Battelle, Sandoz AG, Pharmacia & Upjohn, CIBA-GEIGY, and Veprol. Also included are Gulf War grants and reports, grant papers involving research on nephrotoxicity in chronic renal disease, reports on pesticide toxicity, mustard gas and lewisite toxicity, hypothermia, cutaneous vesication, and xenobiotics. Folder 206 contains photographs.

7 archival boxes

Aminoglycoside Nephrotoxicity in Chronic Renal Disease Grant Papers (1 of 2) 1983-1987
Box 37, Folder 179
Aminoglycoside Nephrotoxicity in Chronic Renal Disease Grant Papers (2 of 2) 1983-1987
Box 37, Folder 180
Cibageigy Pharmacokinetic Comments on CARE Draft Report (1of 2) 1987
Box 37, Folder 181
Cibageigy Pharmacokinetic Comments on CARE Draft Report (2 of 2) 1987
Box 37, Folder 182
IPPSF: An in vitro model for developing drug delivery systems 1990
Box 37, Folder 183
Sandoz Cyclosporine Report (1 of 3) 1989
Box 37, Folder 184
Sandoz Cyclosporine Report (2 of 3) 1989
Box 37, Folder 185
Sandoz Cyclosporine Report (3 of 3) 1989
Box 38, Folder 186
Development of In Vitro IPPSF's for study of Percutaneous Xenobiotics 1987
Box 38, Folder 187
ADA 305800 Mechanisms of Cutaneous Vesication 1995
Box 38, Folder 188
Veprol Report #1 1988
Box 38, Folder 189
Veprol Report #2 1988
Box 38, Folder 190
Mechanics of Pesticide Toxicity ES 00044 (1 of 3) 1986-1989
Box 38, Folder 191
Mechanics of Pesticide Toxicity ES 00044 (2 of 3) 1986-1989
Box 39, Folder 192
Mechanics of Pesticide Toxicity ES 00044 (3 of 3) 1986-1989
Box 39, Folder 193
Final Report of [14C-UL] PCP Distribution Experiments 1999
Box 39, Folder 194
Final Report of [14C-UL] TCP and PCP Distribution Experiments 1999
Box 39, Folder 195
EPA Final Technical Reports undated
Box 39, Folder 196
Task 92-31 (1 of 3) 1997
Box 39, Folder 197
Task 92-31 (2 of 3) 1997
Box 39, Folder 198
Task 92-31 (3 of 3) 1997
Box 39, Folder 199
Report on Phase I and Phase II of Battelle IPPSF Perfusion 1995
Box 40, Folder 200
Final Report of [14 CU-L] CB Distribution Experiments 1999
Box 40, Folder 201
Hypothermia Program (1 of 2) 1987-1990
Box 40, Folder 202
Hypothermia Program (2 of 2) 1987-1990
Box 40, Folder 203
Development of in vitro IPPSF's for study of Percutaneous Absorption of Xenobiotics 1987-1990
Box 40, Folder 204
Cutaneous Toxicity of Mustard and Lewisite on the IPPSF Midterm Report 4-1-1990 1990
Box 40, Folder 205
Cutaneous Toxicity of Mustard and Lewisite on the IPPSF Final Report 12-31-1991 1991
Box 41, Folder 206
Mechanisms of Cutaneous Vesication Midterm Report 2-17-1994 1994
Box 41, Folder 207
Mechanisms of Cutaneous Vesication Quarterly Reports 1994
Box 41, Folder 208
Pharmacia and Upjohn 1999
Box 41, Folder 209
Aminoglycoside Nephrotoxicity in Chronic Renal Disease 1983-1986
Box 41, Folder 210
Aminoglycoside Nephrotoxicity in Chronic Renal Disease Continuation Grant 1982-1986
Box 41, Folder 211
Funded Research Reports 1977-1983 1977-1983
Box 41, Folder 212
Department of Defense/US Army Medical Research (1 of 5) 1983-1988
Box 41, Folder 213
Department of Defense/US Army Medical Research (2 of 5) 1983-1988
Box 42, Folder 214
Department of Defense/US Army Medical Research (3 of 5) 1983-1988
Box 42, Folder 215
Department of Defense/US Army Medical Research (4 of 5) 1983-1988
Box 42, Folder 216
Department of Defense/US Army Medical Research (5 of 5) 1983-1988
Box 42, Folder 217
Gulf War Grants and Reports 1 of 5 1998-2001
Box 42, Folder 218
Gulf War Grants and Reports (2 of 5) 1998-2001
Box 42, Folder 219
Gulf War Grants and Reports (3 of 5) 1998-2001
Box 43, Folder 220
Gulf War Grants and Reports (4 of 5) 1998-2001
Box 43, Folder 221
Gulf War Grants and Reports (5 of 5) 1998-2001
Box 43, Folder 222
Writings 1981-2006 (MC 369 Series 3)
Size: 2.5 linear feet

This series is comprised of printed and published works authored and co-authored by Jim E. Riviere and Nancy A. Monteiro-Riviere. Included are printed and photocopied copies of journal articles published on pharmacology, pharmacokinetics, and toxicology as well as typescripts and computer print-outs of textbooks and textbook chapters including a pharmacokinetics textbook published by the University of Iowa Press, a Pharmacokinetics Workshop Book and a draft of Comparative Pharmacokinetics: Principles, Techniques and Applications. Folders 228, 229 and 230 also contain slides. Also contained here are conference programs at which Jim Riviere presented papers.

5 archival boxes

FDA Pharmacokinetic Workshop Original (1 of 2) 1985
Box 43, Folder 223
FDA Pharmacokinetic Workshop Original (2 of 2) 1985
Box 43, Folder 224
GWMS Permethrin HD/JP-8 2002
Box 43, Folder 225
GW MS DEET 2003
Box 44, Folder 226
Iowa State University Press Pharmacokinetics Book 1986-1998
Box 44, Folder 227
Original PK Workshop Book (1of 3) undated
Box 44, Folder 228
Original PK Workshop Book (2 of 3) undated
Box 44, Folder 229
Original PK Workshop Book (3 of 3) undated
Box 44, Folder 230
Dermal Absorption Models in Toxicity and Pharmacology (1 of 2) 2005
Box 45, Folder 231
Dermal Absorption Models in Toxicity and Pharmacology (2 of 2) 2005
Box 45, Folder 232
Comparative Pharmacokinetics: principles, techniques and applications (1 of 4) undated
Box 45, Folder 233
Comparative Pharmacokinetics: principles, techniques and applications (2 of 4) undated
Box 45, Folder 234
Comparative Pharmacokinetics: principles, techniques and applications (3 of 4) undated
Box 45, Folder 235
Comparative Pharmacokinetics: principles, techniques and applications (4 of 4) undated
Box 46, Folder 236
CCTRP Publications - Bibliographic List of Articles undated
Box 46, Folder 237
Published Articles 1981-1986
Box 46, Folder 238
Published Articles 1987-1990
Box 46, Folder 239
Published Articles 1991-1992
Box 46, Folder 240
Published Articles 1994
Box 46, Folder 241
Published Articles 1995-1996
Box 46, Folder 242
Published Articles 1997-1999
Box 47, Folder 243
Published Articles 2001-2003
Box 47, Folder 244
Published Articles 2004-2006
Box 47, Folder 245
Published Articles Jim E. Riviere undated
Box 47, Folder 246
Published Articles Nancy A. Monteiro-Riviere undated
Box 47, Folder 247
Book Chapters (1 of 2) undated
Box 47, Folder 248
Book Chapters (2 of 2) undated
Box 47, Folder 249
Continuing Education Course 2000
Box 48, Folder 250
Topical Administration of Drugs 1992
Box 48, Folder 251

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