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Michael Gochfeld, M.D., Ph.D. featured in USA Today: Why are vaccines controversial?

Measles cases are resurgent. So why are vaccines controversial? Michael Gochfeld, M.D., Ph.D. The roots of the anti-vax movement are varied and hard to counter. For one thing, parents today generally haven’t seen the painful or fatal consequences of the targeted diseases. “When I was growing up, everybody got measles – and some people died,” said Dr. Michael Gochfeld, […]

Posted at 11:42 am April 30, 2019, in Awards & Achievements, Community Outreach, Members in the News, News

Lauren Aleksunes, Pharm. D., Ph.D. receives ASPET Richard Okita Early Career Award in Drug Metabolism and Disposition

Lauren Aleksunes, Pharm.D., Ph.D. receives distinguished scientific award during ASPET 2019 Annual Meeting at Experimental Biology in Orlando, Florida (April 2019) Lauren Aleksunes, Pharm.D., Ph.D. The ASPET Division for Drug Metabolism and Disposition is pleased to award Dr. Lauren Aleksunes from Rutgers University the 2019 Richard Okita Early Career Award in Drug Metabolism and Disposition. […]

Posted at 9:15 am April 18, 2019, in Awards & Achievements, Community Outreach, Fall 2012, Members in the News, News

Why “Countdown to Cleaner Air” was made: the research, the facts and the people!

 

Posted at 10:38 am May 4, 2018, in Members in the News, News, Research Highlights

EOHSI Faculty Member Lauren M. Aleksunes, Ph.D. collaborates in UPenn “placenta-on-a-chip” study

The study was led by Dan Huh, Wilf Family Term Assistant Professor in Bioengineering in Penn’s School of Engineering and Applied Science, and Cassidy Blundell, a graduate student in the Huh lab. Other lab members, Yoon-Suk Yi, Lin Ma, Emily Tess, Megan Farrell and Andrei Georgescu, contributed to the study. They collaborated with Lauren M. […]

Posted at 4:02 pm May 1, 2018, in Members in the News, News, Research Highlights
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