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Your Environment. Your Health.
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DIR's Jim Putney's Lab has another unusual breakfast in Bldg 19 on old north campus.
NIEHS scientist, Gary Bird, discovers his first Halloween in the USA.
The Laboratory of Signal Transduction- working hard to improve those pipetting skills! from left: Gary Bird, Mohamad Trebek, Marcel Schaaf, Jerry Yakel, Jean-Phillipe Lievremont. Unknown (sitting) and Barabara Wedel.
Former NIEHS library Director, Dav Robertson (standing) and reference librarian, Larry Wright (sitting) are working at getting access to Nedline.
Ken Korach, Chief of the Reproductive and Developmental Biology Laboratory discusses his scientific poster with Don Harvan.
Lou Rozier, with Office of Communications, poses after installing the exhibit at SOT meeting
Ray Tennant of NTP converses at an SOT meeting with Tom Goehl (right) and Tohru Inoue (left, both with Environmental Health Perspectives Journal)
The NIEHS Diversity Council
OCPL's John Peterson is manning the NIEHS exhibit at the American Public Health Association
NTP General Tox Group accepts an award
NIEHSers volunteer at UNC TV telethon fundraising event
Rajen Prsad (center) discusses Science Days poster with presenter Mita Ghosh.Dipak Ghosh (Mita's husband) is involved as well.