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An NIEHS grantee looks at how genes influence an individual’s behavior — and the behavior of individuals around him or her.
NIEHS-funded research was well-represented at the workshop, which merged insights from neurotoxicology and environmental health sciences.
NIEHS-funded researchers study how Native Americans’ exposure to arsenic, uranium, and other substances affects their health and well-being.
Early-career scientists gained insight from leaders in industry, government, and academia during the virtual event.
The fourth annual event drew an international audience, with experts discussing social-environmental tradeoffs, climate change, and more.
Brandy Beverly discussed how traffic-related air pollution affects pregnant women, and what spurred her interest in science.