At Society of Toxicology meeting, NIEHS scientists explored innovative research involving PFAS, nonanimal methods, heart disease, and more.
Julia Rager aims to expand understanding of complex environmental mixtures by combining emerging technology with traditional models.
Charles Serhan described the biological mechanisms that are key to stopping runaway inflammation, which is linked to many diseases.
Lida Chatzi's NIEHS grant portfolio explores the origins of obesity, diabetes, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, and cancer.
Workshop participants learn how to turn discovery into health through implementation science.