What is NIEHS?
The mission of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences is to discover how the environment affects people in order to promote healthier lives.
EPA Campus, Building C
109 TW Alexander Drive
Research Triangle Park, N.C.
EPA Campus, Building C • 109 TW Alexander Drive • RTP, N.C.
NIEHS Building 101, Rodbell Auditorium
NIEHS Genomics Day
Jack Gilbert, Ph.D., Argonne National Laboratory
NIEHS Keystone Building, Room 1003AB
Adventures in Our Microbial World
Gulf Oil Spill Response Continues
April 20 marks the fifth anniversary of the Deepwater Horizon rig explosion and oil spill. NIEHS continues to work with its community partners in the Gulf region to learn about any human health effects from the spill and to be better prepared for future disasters.
NIEHS supports research to discover how the environment may influence autism.
Frederica Perera, founder and director of the Columbia Children's Center for Environmental Health, is the 2015 recipient of the prestigious Heinz Award for the Environment.
The Environmental Factor is NIEHS' premier newsletter highlighting science-related activities involving the institute.
The Institute of Medicine workshop March 2-3 explored research that is reshaping our understanding of the complex roots of obesity.
People with moderate to severe asthma can receive free treatment and medications by joining a new health study at the NIEHS Clinical Research Unit.
Scientists from around the country focused on how traditional and newer strains of laboratory mice can accurately model human disease.
Four papers published March 5 show substantial economic impact from exposures to endocrine disrupting chemicals in the European Union.
NIEHS researcher Karen Adelman, Ph.D., and colleagues found a novel interplay between embryonic stem cell signaling and transcription.
Wetterhahn Award winner Corin Hammond studies the use of native plants as a means to stablize arsenic in mine waste in Arizona.
The Society of Toxicologic Pathology brought speakers from academia, research organizations, and government to share expertise in juvenile toxicology.