Natasha K. DeJarnett, Ph.D., continues work to ‘uphold the promise of environmental justice' in new role at the White House Council on Environmental Quality.
NIEHS researchers, grantees discussed latest science, identified knowledge gaps, and networked with colleagues during May 8 symposium.
NIEHS Keystone Science Lecturer Emily Oken, M.D., described the evolving science and messaging around fish consumption during pregnancy.
An 800-year-old fishpond in an Indigenous community provides Rosie Alegado, Ph.D., and her team with important scientific clues.
NIEHS co-hosted meeting in Stockholm, Sweden, to share latest science, discuss gene-environment interactions in autism.