During travel on busy roadways, air pollutants (gases and particles) from other cars and trucks commonly enter vehicles. Drivers and passengers inhale these pollutants. Studies indicate that breathing these pollutants may have harmful effects on lung and heart health.
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EOHSI Members’ Achievements: Jeffrey Laskin, Ph.D. receives The Board of Trustees Award for Excellence in Research
Dr. Jeffrey Laskin is the recipient of The Board of Trustees Award for Excellence in Research presented by the President of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey on May 4, 2017. This award is presented in recognition of his groundbreaking work in toxicology, particularly his work on the outcomes and consequences of chemical […]
EOHSI Members’ Achievements: Jeffrey Laskin, Ph.D. and Debra Laskin, Ph.D. receive New Jersey Health Foundation Awards for Excellence in Teaching & Research
New Jersey Health Foundation honored 18 faculty members from Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences and Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine with 2017 Excellence in Teaching and Excellence in Research Awards which were presented at individual school convocations. Among these recipients, two of EOHSI Members: Jeffrey Laskin, Ph.D. amd Debra […]