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Dr. Zorimar Rivera-Núñez Awarded R21 and ECHO Grants from the National Institute of Health (NIH)

Facebook Twitter Youtube eohsi news and announcements Congratulations to Dr. Zorimar Rivera-Núñez for her NIH Grant Awards Zorimar Rivera-Núñez, Ph.D. DR. ZORIMAR RIVERA-NÚÑEZ AWARDED BOTH A R21 AND AN ECHO GRANT FROM THE NIH!!! By Yasheca Ebanks, MS, Project Manager, NJ Alliance for Clinical and Translational Sciences, Workforce Development Core Dr. Zorimar Rivera-Núñez, an Assistant […]

Posted at 9:54 am October 21, 2021, in Members in the News, News, Research Highlights

EOHSI member Iris Udasin, MD, featured in the Rockland Westchester Journal News: World Trade Center health panel takes first step to add uterine cancer to 9/11 diseases

Facebook Twitter Youtube eohsi news and announcements World Trade Center health panel takes first step to add uterine cancer to 9/11 diseases Iris Udasin, MD World Trade Center health panel takes first step to add uterine cancer to 9/11 diseases For 9/11 responders and survivors exposed to a concoction of poisons that swirled around the […]

Posted at 2:58 pm October 1, 2021, in engagement, Members in the News, News, Research Highlights

EOHSI member Robert Laumbach receives non-competing supplement for multi-site study in PFAS exposure

Facebook Twitter Youtube eohsi news and announcements Congatulations to EOHSI Member Robert Laumbach! Robert Laumbach, MD, MPH Paulsboro Health Sudy awarded non-competing administrative supplement award fofiscalyear 2021 A one time non-competing supplement of up to $250,000 (including direct and indirect costs) was granted to the Paulsboro, “Multi-Site Study of the Health Implications of Exposure to […]

Posted at 8:35 am August 13, 2021, in engagement, Members in the News, News, Research Highlights

EOHSI member Joanna Burger featured in The New York Times and the Society for Environmental Journalists

Facebook Twitter Youtube eohsi news and announcements EOHSI Member Joanna Burger, Ph.D. featured in the New York Times Joanna Burger, Ph.D. Red Knots in Steepest Decline in Years, Threatening the Species’ Survival The variety of purple knots visiting the Delaware Bay seashores throughout this spring’s northbound migration unexpectedly dropped to its lowest since tallies started […]

Posted at 12:45 pm June 8, 2021, in Members in the News, News