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NIEHS Science Days highlighted fellows and trainees, with 13 science talks, 89 posters, and awards.
Day Two of NIEHS Science days led off with awards, followed by a workshop to help trainees hone their grant writing skills.
Margaret McCarthy, Ph.D., discussed the cellular mechanisms behind sex differences in brain development in the 2018 Falk lecture.
Climate change affects the health of all Americans, according to the Fourth National Climate Assessment.
The fall meeting of the North Carolina Genetics and Environmental Mutagenesis Society focused on the environment and gene regulation.
NIEHS joined more than 12,000 attendees at the American Public Health Association annual meeting in San Diego.
Warren Casey, Ph.D., joined scientists from around the world at a meeting on building scientific confidence in new test methods.