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Endometriosis took center stage on Capitol Hill, during March 3 briefings by “Top Chef” host Padma Lakshmi and Linda Birnbaum, Ph.D.
NIEHS staff at the annual Society of Toxicology meeting led classes, demonstrated technology, exhibited posters, and discussed grants.
The North Carolina Society of Toxicology continued its honored tradition March 2, showcasing developments at the leading edge of toxicology.
Daniel Nomura, Ph.D., described emerging technologies that can identify both intended and unintended effects of chemicals in the body.
The National Toxicology Program assembled an international panel of experts to discuss how disruptions to circadian rhythms affect health.
The third annual federal interagency briefing explored progress on facilitating research after disasters, and the challenges that remain.
Transplantation cardiologist Hannah Valantine, M.D., suggests that new genomic tools may improve monitoring of transplant patients.
Friends and colleagues at NIEHS and the Louisiana State University SRP center mourn the loss of Harold “Barry” Dellinger, Ph.D.