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More than 40 high school, college, and graduate students shared their summer intern research during the annual poster session.
Labor economist Donna Ginther, Ph.D., shared her research on racial, ethnic, and gender balance in National Institutes of Health grant awards.
Authors of a new paper call for research on whether environmental exposures to mixtures of noncarcinogenic chemicals may lead to cancer.
Fellow scientists honored NIEHS scientist James Putney Jr., Ph.D., for 40 years of lasting contributions to the study of calcium signaling.