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Top presentations focused on the impacts of environmental factors on reproductive health.
Pioneering genomics research by Peter Campbell gives insight into the first steps a cell takes to turn cancerous.
Global Environmental Health speakers discussed extreme weather, stress, heat’s impact on education, and the role of pediatricians.
Researchers discussed how aging influences cancer progression and how cancer accelerates aging, at National Institutes of Health event.
By making the data they collect easily available for use by others, researchers amplify the benefit to society of funding they received.
NIEHS drew attention to children and exposures, climate change, and disaster response at the American Public Health Association annual meeting.
The VA’s research and development office coordinates efforts to find alternatives through participation in a federal interagency group.
Genetics and Environmental Mutagenesis Society fall meeting showcases data science, trainee presentations.