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Environmental Factor

Environmental Factor

Your Online Source for NIEHS News

April 2019

2019 Society of Toxicology Meeting, Baltimore

NIEHS steals the show at the 58th annual Society of Toxicology meeting

Scientists from NIEHS and the National Toxicology Program were busy throughout the event in Baltimore, discussing science, receiving awards, demystifying grants, and answering questions.

Analyses of single cells, molecules hold promise for environmental health
Norbert Kaminski, Ph.D., Michigan State University

Experts in a workshop at the National Academies of Science discussed the promise and challenges of single cell and single molecule analyses.

NIEHS preps for disaster, health research with derailment scenario
panel of speakers at workshop

A workshop in Tucson explored needed health research and coordination among partners after a mock chemical release.

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Repair protein uses filaments to bridge broken DNA
Scott Williams, Ph.D., deputy chief, NIEHS Genome Integrity & Structural Biology Laboratory

NIEHS scientists and colleagues discovered how the protein Ctp1 helps repair DNA double-strand breaks, which may shed light on certain genetic diseases.

Mold and health classes help Hurricane Florence workers, residents
Jay Leggette, Don Dudley, Cassandra Campbell

The NIEHS Worker Training Program continues to train and build local expertise for disaster recovery in Robeson County, North Carolina.

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Rodbell Lecture highlights study of neurodegenerative disorders
Susan Ackerman, Ph.D., Professor of Cellular and Molecular Medicine at the University of California

Neuroscientist Susan Ackerman discusses her work with inbred mouse strains and its potential impact on neurodegenerative disorders.

Citizen science conference highlights NIEHS grantees
Liam O’Fallon, Partnerships for Environmental Public Health (PEPH)

CitSci 2019 highlighted NIEHS grantees and other researchers collaborating with volunteers to collect and analyze data and return results.

From allergies to Zika — ABCs of environmental health
Environment and Health A to Z

A brand new edition of the popular “Environment and Health A to Z” booklet includes eye-catching illustrations and easy-to-understand text.

Children’s health may be a legacy of parents’ environment
Russ Hauser, M.D., Sc.D., Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

Russ Hauser discussed his research on aspects of fathers’ environments and connections to the health of their children.

NIEHS scientists honored by reproductive biology society
Sally Perreault Darney, Ph.D., NIEHS

Sally Darney and Humphrey Yao are among this year’s winners of the Society for the Study of Reproduction annual awards.

Fellows hone presentation skills in communication showdown
Chitrangda Srivastava, Ph.D., Katelyn Lavrich, Ph.D., and Bevin Blake

NIEHS trainees further their career development by using plain language to explain their research.

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New Delhi workshop spotlights community involvement
Rajesh Tandon, Ph.D., President, Participatory Research in Asia

Participants discussed how India’s strengths in research approaches that involve local communities improve environmental health.

A culture of safety, a shared responsibility
Chris Long, Executive Officer, NIEHS Office of Management

NIEHS Executive Director Chris Long says the institute’s excellent safety record is rooted in individuals taking personal responsibility.

Germaine Louis finds strength in the winding path
Germaine Louis, Ph.D., George Mason University

The winner of the 2019 NIEHS Spirit Lecture Award said a winding career path equipped her well for current roles as dean and researcher.

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