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A new report offers much-needed guidance for research on how the microbiome might influence the health effects of environmental chemicals.
In a talk at NIEHS, Michael Snyder, Ph.D., described exposure analyses based on the MicroPEM, a device that monitors airborne particulates.
Progress toward replacing animal use in safety testing of drugs and chemicals will be guided by a new strategic roadmap.
A workshop sponsored by the National Academies explored how genome and epigenome editing might help advance environmental health research.