Regional centers to provide knowledge mobilization support for scientists, health care professionals, and communities.
A new study is the first to link sleeping with artificial light at night with weight gain in women.
The National Toxicology Program will innovate disease-based toxicology.
AI may revolutionize environmental epidemiology, exposure and toxicity assessment, and other studies, with careful attention to data quality.
Mutational signatures could serve as biomarkers for exposure to environmental oxidants or increased risk of neurodegenerative diseases.
Laboratory skills training, literature searches, and briefings that ranged from ethics to experimental design filled the scholars’ first three days.
Katzenellenbogens delivered joint talk on breast cancer and hormone signaling.
Cytochrome P450 enzymes play crucial roles in animals, so discovering previously unknown forms of them opens up new possibilities.
Workplace stress, substance use, and addiction were the primary topics for the 2019 Worker Training Program workshop.
Molly Kile studies pregnant women and their children in Bangladesh to learn about noncancer effects of arsenic exposure.
The North Carolina Women of Color Research Network provides support for women scientists from underrepresented groups.
The annual ICCVAM Public Forum brought together animal welfare groups, federal and industry scientists, and other stakeholders.
London’s former trainees and past collaborators gathered for a day of scientific talks that commemorated his career.