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Tom KunkelTrio from NIEHS Receive NIH Awards

Three members of the NIEHS family received awards July 12 at the 2006 NIH Director's Awards Ceremony on the Bethesda Campus.

Saundra DeLauderDeLauder Named American Council on Education Fellow at Duke - Former NIEHS Summers of Discovery Participant

Saundra DeLauder, Interim Chair of the Department of Chemistry at North Carolina Central University (NCCU), has been named an American Council on Education (ACE) Fellow.

Dan ShaughnessyFrom Second Chair to the Bench: An Unusual Path in Becoming a Scientist

Dan Shaughnessy, a post-doctoral fellow in Jack Taylor's laboratory in the NIEHS Laboratory of Molecular Carcinogenesis, didn't grow up dreaming of scientific discoveries and endless hours toiling away at a lab bench.

NIEHS logoDDT Slows Neurodevelopment in Babies

A research study from the University of California Berkeley suggests that the pesticide dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane, commonly known as DDT, may slow neurodevelopment in children.

Inside The Institute

Pam MooreWalking Grants Database, Pam Moore, leaves NIEHS

A Twenty-eight year veteran of NIEHS, Pam Moore left the Institute in late June to move to Spokane, Wash. with her family. Her husband, John, started a new job there in March.

NIEHS logoNIEHS "North Campus" Incubates Small Businesses

Prior to completion of the Rall Building in 1984, most of the NIEHS laboratories were located on the "North Campus," a cluster of buildings and trailers on Alexander Drive nestled between Stonesthrow Apartments and Highway 54.

Julius CurrieNIH and NIEHS Mourn Julius Currie

Julius Currie, a long-time grants official at NIH, died of lung cancer at the age of 72 on July 12. Currie was the Chief of the Scientific Review Branch at NIEHS from 1980-1986.

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NIEHS logoDERT Papers of the Month

More Evidence for Parkinson's Disease and Pesticide Link

NIEHS logoDIR Papers of the Month

Proteomics Responses to Anthrax Lethal Toxin Exposure