Preliminary results from the NIEHS-funded EMIT study were shared by Ana María Rule, Ph.D., from Johns Hopkins University, during her Jan. 19 Keystone Science Lecture.
NIEHS intends to expand NIH scientists' access to technology that identifies small molecules in biological and environmental samples.
North Carolina Society of Toxicology event included talks on pollution in communities of color, and NIEHS trainees won research awards.
NIEHS-funded researchers at the University of Rochester have uncovered new methylmercury exposure pathways in fruit fly and mouse models.
Kasturi Mitra, Ph.D., studies how the structure of organelles called mitochondria can affect cellular response to cancer-causing agents.
More research into per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances and how they affect health is critical, said NIEHS grantees.