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  • Temporal Comparison of PBDEs, OH-PBDEs, PCBs, and OH-PCBs in the Serum of Second Trimester Pregnant Women Recruited from San Francisco General Hospital, California
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    Zota AR, Linderholm L, Park JS, Petreas M, Guo T, Privalsky ML, Zoeller RT, Woodruff TJ.
    October 2013
  • Probiotic Milk Consumption in Pregnancy and Infancy and Subsequent Childhood Allergic Diseases
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    Bertelsen RJ, Brantsaeter AL, Magnus MC, Haugen M, Myhre R, Jacobsson B, Longnecker MP, Meltzer HM, London SJ.
    September 2013

Environmental Factor

APHA logoDelegation enjoys high profile at APHA

Despite new travel restrictions for federal employees, a smaller NIEHS delegation still had a significant impact at the 2013 American Public Health Association meeting.

BCERP logoMeeting explores extended environmental exposures in breast cancer

The NIEHS/NCI Breast Cancer and the Environment Research Program celebrated its tenth anniversary at the annual meeting Nov. 7-8 in Madison, Wis.

Peter Sly, M.D., D.Sc. and William Suk, Ph.D.Suk honored for contribution to global environmental health

The Pacific Basin Consortium for Environment and Health selected NIEHS Superfund Director William Suk, Ph.D., to receive its inaugural Chairman’s Award.

Kimberly Gray, Ph.D.Anniversary meeting underscores issues in children’s environmental health

NIEHS- and EPA- funded researchers, scientists, and administrators celebrated the 15-year anniversary of the Children’s Centers Oct. 29-30 in Washington, D.C.

Hideki Nakano, Ph.D. and Weichun Huang, Ph.D.NIEHS celebrates achievements at annual Science Day

NIEHS scientists gathered Nov. 7-8 to present their research discoveries in poster and oral presentations, during the 11th annual Science Day.

NIEHS logoTenure awarded to two NIEHS lead researchers

Honglei Chen, M.D., Ph.D., and Michael Fessler, M.D., were granted tenure Nov. 18 by the NIH Central Tenure Committee.

Corin HammondNIEHS trainee honored with Wetterhahn Award

Corin Hammond, a doctoral student at the University of Arizona, is the 16th recipient of the annual Superfund Karen Wetterhahn Memorial Award.