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NIEHS is currently experiencing technical difficulties with its phone system. Some members of the public may be receiving random phone calls which show the NIEHS public information line (919-541-3345) as the source. NIEHS is not purposely placing those calls. NIEHS is working closely with our phone service providers to resolve this issue promptly.
Contact NIEHS online
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Email Response Policy
When you send an email, you should receive an automated response right away, letting you know that we received your email. Our policy is to respond to questions or requests within ten working days. If it will take us longer to give you a complete response, we'll email you within ten working days with an estimated date of completion.
- Call Us:
Call the Office of Communications & Public Liaison at 919-541-3345. The NIEHS staff can help answer questions about the NIEHS and its research portfolio.
We cannot provide personalized medical advice to individuals about their condition or treatment.
- Clinical Center Concerns:
Submitting a Complaint to Office for Human Research Protections (OHRP), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)
Complainants may submit allegations of noncompliance by e-mail, mail, or fax toOHRP's Director of the Division of Compliance OversightTel 240-453-6900
email@example.com Wootton Parkway, Suite 200
Rockville, Maryland, 20852
OHRP accepts complaints submitted anonymously, and asks complainants who identify themselves to OHRP whether OHRP may reveal their identity to the institution where the alleged noncompliance may have occurred.
If you have any questions, you may contact OHRP at 240-453-6900 or visit the HHS OHRP webpage for more information.
The NIEHS restricts delivery of all supplies and equipment to a Central Receiving Warehouse with several exceptions:
Packages that only include documents (not supplies or equipment) may be delivered by overnight delivery couriers (such as Federal Express, DHL, Airborne, and others) as described below:
Destination NIEHS Campus: packages are delivered to the Central Mailroom and delivered twice daily.(Individual's name or office name)
105 T. W. Alexander Drive
RTP, North Carolina 27709
(Include individual's phone number)
Destination Keystone Building: packages are delivered directly by the courier to the recipient.(Individual's name or office name)
530 Davis Drive
Morrisville, North Carolina 27560
(Include individual's phone number)
More delivery instructions for special cases.
- Educational Tours: Educational tours/visits of NIEHS are available. The tours offer area K thru 12 and college/university students and teachers the opportunity to learn about a wide range of fascinating topics related to environmental health, along with an inside look at some of the career options available to those who are considering employment in biomedical research. Institute tours are conducted weekdays during normal business hours (8:30 am — 5:00 pm) and are reserved on a first-come first-served basis. Tour groups are limited to 50 participants. More information on NIEHS tours and our request form.
- Emergency Security Contact:
Call 984-287-4500 to get in direct contact with NIEHS Security.
- Employment Verification:
Detailed instructions are now available online.
- Fax Us:
Fax the NIEHS at 301-480-2978.
- Inclement Weather Operating Status:
Call 919-541-9000, press 1 when recording starts, immediately press 7 to listen to the announcement.
- RSS Feed:
RSS provides you with a quick and easy way to keep current with a variety of information from our Web sites. Instead of you visiting Web sites to see what is new, you can have web content delivered directly to you.
- Speakers Bureau:
Do you need a speaker for your school or community group? How about a judge for your upcoming science fair, festival, or camp?
Our scientists are available to come talk about a variety of topics involving your environment and your health. Topics range from asthma and mold — to cancer and air pollution. NIEHS scientists, technicians, and administrators are also available to talk about their job responsibilities, as well as their educational and career experiences. More information on the Speakers Bureau.
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- Write Us:
National Institute of Environmental Health SciencesTel 919-541-3345
Fax 919-541-4395P.O. Box 12233, Mail Drop K3-16
Research Triangle Park, North Carolina USA 27709
Other Helpful Information:
- Association of Occupational and Environmental Clinics
If you are seeking medical care to diagnose and treat environmental illnesses, please contact the Association of Occupational and Environmental Clinics. This non-profit organization maintains a national network of clinics and medical centers that have the expertise to diagnose and treat patients with illnesses related to environmental exposures. Their direct number is 888-347-2632, and their web address is http://www.aoec.org/.
- Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests
- The NIEHS accepts certain donations
- Congressional Reports
- Staff Directory - or call 919-541-1919, option 2
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