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Chemicals in Your Drinking Water: Exploring Real-Life Toxicology through a Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship

By Brittany Karas, Stephanie Marco, Brian Buckley, Debra Laskin, and Lauren Aleksunes   Early introduction to research is pivotal to kindling student interest in fields such as toxicology and environmental health sciences. Of the contaminants in our environment, heavy metals have been relevant to human health historically, but have recently resurfaced as a cause for concern […]

Posted at 10:31 am October 20, 2016, in Members in the News

EOHSI’s own Judith Graber Ph.D. in the news: Rutgers Receives WTC Health Program Grant to Examine Head and Neck Cancers After 9/11 Terrorist Attacks

Dr. Judith Graber, assistant research professor at the Rutgers Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences Institute (EOHSI), received a two-year, nearly $700,000 grant from the World Trade Center (WTC) Health Program, which is administered by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, part of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (U01OH011322). The goal of […]

Posted at 2:27 pm October 10, 2016, in Seminars

Dr. Joanna Burger’s Biographical Profile Featured in December 2015 Issue of Risk Analysis

                                 Joanna Burger: Respect for All Living Things By Michael Greenberg and Karen Lowrie          

Posted at 8:17 am February 3, 2016, in Publications, Research Highlights, University News

Dr. Robert Laumbach: Environmental Degradation is Ravaging Minority Communities – Salon.com Article

CEED Community Outreach and Engagement Core Director and EOHSI’s own Robert Laumbach is featured in Robert Hennelly’s article published in Salon.com: “The racial justice issue that Americans must stop ignoring: Pollution” for his extensive work on the linkages between disease and environmental contamination. Click here to read the whole article.

Posted at 2:42 pm January 21, 2016, in Exposure Science News, Research Highlights, University News

Congressman Frank Pallone, Jr. holds press conference at EOHSI World Trade Center Health Program clinic at Rutgers

December 21, 2015 Pallone was joined by first responders, survivors and Dr. Iris Udasin, Medical Director, EOHSI Clinical Center. in Piscataway. The World Trade Center Health Program at Rutgers’ Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences Institute (EOHSI) in Piscataway is treating over 4,800 responders or survivors.  It would have expired in 2016 if Congress did not […]

Posted at 10:35 am December 22, 2015, in University News

Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship Highlighted in Upcoming Society of Toxicology Meeting

Congratulations to Lauren Aleksunes and collaborators Stephanie Marco, Laura E. Liang, Ragena Riley, Kimi Nakata, and Debra L. Laskin on this significant achievement. The abstract, Intensive Research Training Improves Undergraduate Student Scientific Competencies During a 10-Week Summer Fellowship, has been selected to be presented during the platform session Innovations in Toxicology Education on Wednesday Mar […]

Posted at 2:21 pm December 2, 2015, in University News

EOHSI and CEED Member Phoebe Stapleton, Ph.D. Featured in NIEHS’s Success Stories in its August 2022 Edition

Facebook Twitter Youtube eohsi news and announcements Tracking Nanoparticles Across the Placental Barrier Phoebe Stapleton Ph.D. Assistant Professor Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences Institute Phoebe Stapleton, Ph.D., of Rutgers University, considers herself to be an applied physiologist. That is, she studies how the body works and functions and how it responds to challenges, for better […]

Posted at 11:09 am October 5, 2022, in Members in the News, News

Emerging Environmental Health Challenges Seminar Series – October 13, 2022 – 12:00PM – Yohannes Tesfaigzi, Ph.D.

Facebook Twitter Youtube eohsi news and announcements Susceptibility of the Airway Epithelium to Pollution Drives Development of COPD EOHSI Conference Room C or Join Zoom Meeting Meeting Number:  925 1036 0163 Passcode: 101322 170 Frelinghuysen Road, Piscataway, NJ 08854 – 848-445-0200  Fax: 732-445-0131 Facebook Twitter Youtube Copyright © 2021, Rutgers, The State University of New […]

Posted at 9:16 am October 5, 2022, in EPHB Division, EPHB News Items, News

EOHSI Seminar Series Fall 2022 – October 7, 2022 – 12:00PM – Elodie Passeport, Ph.D.

Facebook Twitter Youtube eohsi news and announcements Fate of trace organic contaminants in green infrastructure Virtual Seminar Meeting Number: 960 5825 9534 Passcode: 100722 170 Frelinghuysen Road, Piscataway, NJ 08854 – 848-445-0200  Fax: 732-445-0131 Facebook Twitter Youtube Copyright © 2021, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

Posted at 9:15 am October 5, 2022, in News

EOHSI Clinical Center receives $50 Million award to continue to operate as a Clinical Center of Excellence for 9/11 responders

Facebook Twitter Youtube eohsi news and announcements EOHSI Clinical Center Recipient of $50 Million Award from CDC/NIOSH Previous Next The EOHSI Clinical Center has received an 8-year $50 million dollar funding award from the CDC/NIOSH to continue to operate as a Clinical Center of Excellence for the federal World Trade Center Health Program. The clinic […]

Posted at 8:52 am September 29, 2022, in engagement, Members in the News, News, Research Highlights

 

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