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NIEHS will administer the grants of three scientists whose innovative research ideas received funding from the National Institutes of Health.
NIEHS epidemiologist Chandra Jackson, Ph.D., is one of 15 new JPB Environmental Health Fellows at Harvard.
Grantee Teresa Woodruff, Ph.D., was elected to the National Academy of Medicine for achievements that include the invention of EVATAR.
Scientist Emeritus Joyce Goldstein, Ph.D., received the International Society of the Study of Xenobiotics scientific achievement award.
This summer Heather Vellers, Ph.D., and Rachel Carroll, Ph.D., began academic careers, after only two years of research training at NIEHS.