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NTP Associate Director Brian Berridge introduced the Translational Toxicology Pipeline Plan to the Board of Scientific Counselors.
The National Advisory Environmental Health Sciences Council supported an NIEHS global environmental health initiative at its June meeting.
Two new papers describe publicly accessible web-based tools for exploring environmental chemicals and predicting their risk.
Allan Just discussed use of NASA satellite data to improve estimates of exposure to air pollution and extreme temperatures.
Public forum participants praised a new plan to replace animal use for U.S. safety testing and encouraged agencies to continue progress.
Maj. Gen. James Gilman, M.D., CEO of the NIH Clinical Center, visited NIEHS and discussed the hospital he called the House of Hope.
NIEHS and the National Institute of Aging announced for three collaborative research projects, each with a postdoctoral fellowship.