The institute honored its early-career scientists, who gave talks on breast cancer and gastric inflammation, among other topics.
Day 2 featured almost 90 poster presentations and a workshop on navigating the research grant application process.
Environmental health researchers and others may comment on the National Institutes of Health draft policy on data management and sharing.
Titia de Lange describes how the shortening of chromosome caps called telomeres can lead to genome instability and cancer progression.
A long-term study in California shows different ways that pesticide exposures and genetics combine to increase risk of Parkinson's disease.
Experts met in Durham to brainstorm solutions to problems posed by the man-made chemicals.
The work of NIEHS staff members and grant recipients was showcased at the American Public Health Association's annual meeting.