Chuan He, who pioneered study of reversible chemical modifications of DNA and RNA, discussed new insights into how genetic material is read.
Nearly 400 students and trainees networked and learned about career options at the 20th Annual NIEHS Biomedical Career Symposium.
Rebecca Fry discussed how epigenetic research can be incorporated into risk assessments, at a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency talk.
The showcase of in-house resources for the vital study of genomes and epigenomes was anchored by a keynote presentation from Paul Wade.
A public forum sought comment on next steps in replacing animals in safety testing and featured collaborations that make progress possible.
NIEHS scientists helped organize the 2nd Global Conference on Myositis, welcoming researchers, patients, and support groups.
Aubrey Miller discussed the Disaster Research Response program at an Asian occupational health conference Taiwan.
On May 2, National Institutes of Health Director Francis Collins, M.D., Ph.D., described an initiative regarding research grant awards.
Epigenetics, Stem Cells, and Environmental Health Seminar and Workshop — Day 1