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Whitehead Institute Director David Page, M.D., said genomes of males and females work differently and may affect sex differences in disease.
Breast Cancer Prevention Partners, formerly the Breast Cancer Fund, celebrated 25 years and new name, at a dinner in San Francisco.
NTP research on black cohosh provides a glimpse of the complexities of studying botanical supplements.
Whether in the Arctic or the tropics, Frank von Hippel’s research involves indigenous populations and model species from the local area.
New tools are advancing exposome studies, which are becoming crucial to public health research, said speakers at a Yale University symposium.
From studies of the brain to professional development, the Triangle Chapter of the Society for Neuroscience spring conference hit the mark.
Richard Corley discussed cutting-edge technologies that make scientific predictions more relevant to humans and real-world conditions.
Invited speakers, a poster flash session, panel of former trainees, and scientific cookie contest were featured at a NIEHS lab retreat.