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A new phase of Children’s Centers will study the unique vulnerability of children to pollutants in the environment.
Ting Wang, Ph.D., discussed the role of transposable elements in gene regulation and the evolution of the epigenome, in a June 7 seminar.
NIEHS is joining a National Institutes of Health study of risks that Zika infection poses to pregnant women, their fetuses, and infants.
At the NTP Board of Scientific Counselors June meeting, Scott Masten, Ph.D., reviewed nominations, setting the stage for discussion of new studies.
NIEHS promoted novel statistical applications and grant writing resources at the Epidemiology Congress of the Americas meeting in Miami.
Efforts to develop a U.S. roadmap for replacement of animal use were highlighted at a May 25 public forum.