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Reflections

Reflections

50th Anniversary in the News

NC Health News, November 18, 2016: The Hazard Hunters (167KB)

American Thoracic Society (ATS), November 15, 2106: A Generation of Discoveries: NIEHS Turns 50

Chemical and Engineering News, September 26, 2016: Inside the institute charged with exploring how chemicals affect human health. Fifty-year-old National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences is the U.S.'s top environmental health research agency.

American Journal of Respiratory Critical Care Medicine, online September 26, 2016: NIEHS: 50 Years of Advancing Science, Improving LUNG Health.

Fogarty International Center Newsletter, April 2016: The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences: 50 years of research and training to improve global health.

Interviews from the Archives

Bruce Ames, Ph.D.Bruce Ames, Ph.D.
Biochemist and inventor of the Ames Test, Professor Emeritus, UC Berkeley, Senior scientist at Children's Hospital Oakland Research Institute

October 29, 2003

John Bucher, Ph.D.John Bucher, Ph.D.
Director, National Toxicology Program

November 14, 2003

James Huff, Ph.D.James Huff, Ph.D.
DNTP Toxicologist, Retired & Guest Researcher

March 05, 2004

Kenneth Olden, Ph.D.Kenneth Olden, Ph.D.
Director, NIEHS 1991-2005

April 29, 2004

Mike Shelby, Ph.D.Mike Shelby, Ph.D.
Sr. Advisor DNTP, Retired

April 12, 2004

Ray Tennant, Ph.D.Ray Tennant, Ph.D.
Chief of Cellular and Genetic Toxicology Branch

November 13, 2003

Kristine Witt, M.S.Kristine Witt, M.S.
Group Leader, DNTP Genetic Toxicology Branch

April 13, 2004

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