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Environmental Factor

Environmental Factor

Your Online Source for NIEHS News

March 2024

Trevor Archer, Ph.D.
Epigenomics and epitranscriptomics front and center at Council

Omics approaches to capture environmental influences on DNA and RNA, environmental justice wins, and more discussed during winter meeting.

Julieta Lischinsky, Ph.D., right, and Rajula Elango, Ph.D., left
Two tenure-track researchers join NIEHS

Rajula Alleva Elango, Ph.D., and Julieta Lischinsky, Ph.D., share details about their scientific research, professional backgrounds, and more.

Fingers with microplastics on them
Call for applications about microscopic plastics, health effects

NIEHS seeks to promote research exploring the health effects of microplastics and nanoplastics.

Nicholas Spada, Ph.D.
Scientific Journeys: Using AI to track a major source of pollution

Nicholas Spada, Ph.D., discussed his path to uncover how artificial intelligence can pinpoint the effects of coal trains on air quality.

CAFÉ Research Coordinating Center wheel: C equals Convene, A equals Accelerate, F equals Foster, E equals Expand
NIH Climate Change and Health Coordinating Center hosts first conference

More than 900 participants gathered virtually to help build a global community of practice.

NIH Director Monica M. Bertagnolli, M.D.
NIH endorses recommendations on use of non-animal methods

NIEHS office plays a key role in advancing new biomedical research approaches.

SOT - The Society of Toxicology
NIEHS News in Brief

Society of Toxicology, EHP Editors’ Choice Collection, NIH Director’s Seminar, and George Lucier.


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