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NTP Laboratory

Research Summary

Acting Laboratory Chief Michael DeVito, Ph.D., leads the five research groups that make up the National Toxicology Program (NTP) Laboratory. The laboratory serves as a core laboratory facility for the NTP and also provides a resource for projects that are assigned through the NIEHS leadership, branch chiefs, the Program Review Committee (PRC), or are developed within the laboratory. 

The NTP Laboratory has several goals:

  • To provide a programmatic wet lab resource for the NTP
  • To furnish a long-term development of methods that will aid the NTP in its mission
  • To study the developmental origins of adult disease
  • To study cross-cutting issues of interest to the NTP
  • To develop agent-specific targeted research or methods

The NTP Laboratory consists of  five groups:

Scientific Support Staff

Sally Fields
Intramural Program Specialist
Tel (919) 541-3971
Fax (919) 316-4865
fields3@niehs.nih.gov

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