Environmental Factor, August 2010, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
The National Toxicology Program (NTP) held its two-day retreat at the North Carolina Biotechnology Center October 19-20.
Rodbell Auditorium was filled to near capacity on October 26 as the Division of Extramural Research and Training (DERT) opened its annual meeting on Environmental Justice (EJ) and Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR).
Presenters in "Environmental Justice in the Wake of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita" used their recent hurricane response efforts to highlight the specific ways that Environmental
The NIEHS research community gathered in Rodbell on November 2 to recognize the outstanding achievements of its youngest members and to honor winners of the Early Award, Scientist of the Year and Mentor of the Year.
As a measure of the quality of research, the number of times an author's work is cited is arguably more important than the number papers and books he or she may have published.
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The many friends and admirers of Anne Sassaman, Ph.D., at NIEHS and NIH celebrated her November 3 retirement with encomium, presents and fond reminiscences.
October 25 was sunny and brisk, the coldest day so far in 2006. However, the low temperatures didn't hamper the enthusiasm of the fifty-plus EPA and NIEHS employees gathered on the
The popular NIEHS read-along story Sharon Finds the Environment will soon be charming readers in India. The story was published in hard cover in 2001 and won that year's NIH Plain Language Award for author Tom Hawkins.
Aaron J. W. Hsueh, Ph.D., will present the next talk in the 2006-2007 NIEHS Distinguished Lectures series at 11:00 AM December 12 in Rodbell Conference Center.
On November 14, immunologist Doug Green, Ph.D., became the twenty-second distinguished researcher to present a lecture in the Hans L. Falk Memorial Lecture Series.
An enthusiastic audience of research fellows gathered in Rodbell on October 30 to hear Peter M. J. Burgers, Ph.D., deliver the second talk in the Laboratory of Molecular Genetics (LMG) Special Seminars Series.
In a study published in the November issue of Human Gene Therapy, National Toxicology Program Chemist Richard Irwin, Ph.D., and Biologist Molly Vallant collaborated in a detailed toxicity and biodistribution analysis that
A September special issue of the journal Toxicologic Pathology (34.5) holds a unique appeal for NIEHS researchers and provides a valuable reference source for toxicological studies.
NIEHS-funded research by Jesus Araujo, M.D., Ph.D., received a Basic Science Research Award at the annual American Heart Association Scientific Sessions poster competition held November 12 - 15 in Chicago.
On October 26, the Genetics and Environmental Mutagenesis Society (GEMS) held its 24th Annual Fall Meeting on "Oxidative Stress and Damage" at the UNC Friday Center in Chapel Hill.