Eight environmental health scientists received new NIEHS grants that fund scientists with a record of innovative and impactful research.
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and at NIEHS, the spotlight is on prevention.
The Environmental Mutagenesis and Genomics Society conference in North Carolina featured NIEHS scientists and postdocs in key roles.
NIEHS scientists showcased their research at the National Institutes of Health Research Festival, which highlights in-house scientists.
Scientific experts discussed the potential of telomeres as markers of exposure to pollutants or stress, and vulnerability to disease.
At a public meeting, National Toxicology Program scientists and others heard praise for a plan to speed adoption of nonanimal safety tests.
The first Translational Science Training Program offered at NIEHS drew a capacity crowd of trainees from NIEHS and area universities.