The National Academy of Medicine tapped two NIEHS researchers for a new forum meant to spark transformative change in health research.
New this year — international careers and work-life balance.
The part-time position allows flexibility for the individual to remain at their institution.
Six scientists who conduct transformative research received grants in this second year of the NIEHS program.
Circadian rhythms influence a body’s response to chemical exposures and should be considered in toxicity studies, says Weston Porter.
Study unveils mechanisms the regulate human embryonic development and how environmental exposures may affect the process.
New content on pet allergens, smoking and vaping, asthma, pollen, and dust mites and cockroaches available on NIEHS website.
Allen Wilcox, retiring in June, was awarded Emeritus Investigator status in recognition of his discoveries in fertility and pregnancy.
When an NIEHS-led team disrupted a stress response pathway in mice, lung squamous cell carcinoma developed, suggesting a treatment target.
Hundreds of participants weighed in on how chemicals, especially in mixtures, connect with key characteristics and hallmarks of cancer.
The work of NIEHS was recognized in seven of Francis Collins’ annual awards
A record number of NIEHS postbaccalaureate fellows traveled to Bethesda, Maryland to present their work at Postbac Poster Day.
SRP announces two recipients of its annual award for trainees to conduct research beyond their institution, commemorating K.C. Donnelly.
The annual symposium updated NIEHS researchers on genomics, epigenomics, and bioinformatic capabilities of core labs at the institute.
Integrated Chemical Environment (ICE) resource simplifies searches and provides tools to help develop nonanimal chemical safety tests.
On Administrative Professionals Day, NIEHS offered a workshop on ways to spend more time on fulfilling tasks and less on frustrating ones.
NIEHS wins recognition for energy and water savings, innovative training, and as part of larger green lab efforts.
On Bring Your Kids to Work Day, children and grandchildren learned about environmental health research through hands-on activities.
The endangered red wolf, sustainable products, and environmental education were among the highlights of Earth Week at NIEHS.