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Paulsboro Study Results

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.

Posted at 1:39 pm May 18, 2017, in Community Outreach, Research Highlights

Obituary – Professor Michael Marcel Iba

It is with deepest regret that the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology of the Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy and the   Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences Institute of Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, report the recent death of Professor Michael Marcel Iba. Professor Iba was a significant contributing factor to the successful development […]

Posted at 11:27 am May 8, 2017, in Members in the News

Iris G. Udasin, M.D. receives William “Left” Clutter Award from the Elizabeth Firefighters Firemen’s Mutual Benevolent Association (FMBA) Local 9

The William “Left” Clutter Award is presented by the Elizabeth Firefighters FMBA Local 9 in memory of William “Lefty” Clutter to commemorate a civilian who shows commitment to the overall well-being of the Elizabeth Fire Department through their loyalty and dedication. They act from outside the department with the desire to highlight and complement our […]

Posted at 2:43 pm April 28, 2017, in Members in the News

Three EOHSI Members Receive Awards at SOT 2017 – Baltimore, MD

Achievement Award Jason R. Richardson, PhD, DABT  Northeast Ohio Medical University, Rootstown, OH A graduate of Mississippi State University, Dr. Richardson received his PhD in environmental toxicology in 2002. He received his postdoctoral training in molecular neuroscience and neurotoxicology at Emory University. Dr. Richardson spent 10 years at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and the Environmental […]

Posted at 9:33 am March 31, 2017, in Members in the News