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The workshop focused on biomarkers of effect, which are molecular changes that result from exposure to environmental and social stressors.
The scientific director of the NIEHS Division of the National Toxicology Program recently spoke with a group of international scientists.
Talks address placenta and liver impacts, and computational modeling to predict effects across species.
Winners of the NIEHS Outstanding New Environmental Scientist grants shared research and built networks during a two-day online meeting.
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration scientists discussed how to bolster infectious disease modeling during an NIEHS webinar.
Nicole Kleinstreuer spoke with Environmental Factor about recent federal efforts to reduce animal use in chemical safety testing.