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Environmental Factor

Environmental Factor

Your Online Source for NIEHS News

February 2024

Katrina Korfmacher, Ph.D., and Julia Brody, Ph.D.
Grantees create framework to report back environmental health results

Drs. Katrina Korfmacher and Julia Brody outline steps to help researchers responsibly share study results with participants.

Meghan Lane-Fall, M.D.
Implementation science can advance environmental justice research

Keystone Lecturer Meghan Lane-Fall, M.D., shared how promoting uptake of evidence-based interventions could help environmental justice communities.

Ana Navas-Acien, M.D., Ph.D.
Scientific journeys: From preventive medicine to environmental health sciences

NIEHS grantee Ana Navas-Acien, M.D., Ph.D., described her journey to uncover the link between exposure to metals and cardiovascular disease.

Top row left to right, Adriana Alexander, Ph.D., and Mandy Goldberg, Ph.D. Second row from left to right, Virginia Savy, Ph.D., and Emily Werder, Ph.D.
Four NIEHS postdoctoral fellows take next steps in research careers

Learn more about their Pathway to Independence grants, fellowship awards, and innovative research.

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NIEHS News in Brief

Black History Month, Cosmetics Fact Sheet, and CFC Donations.


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