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Your Environment. Your Health.

Madelyn C. Huang, Ph.D.

Systems Toxicology Group

Madelyn C. Huang
Madelyn C. Huang, Ph.D.
Fellow — IRTA
Tel 984-287-3186
mimi.huang@nih.gov
530 Davis Dr
Keystone Building
Durham, NC 27713

Madelyn Huang, Ph.D. is an Intramural Research Training Award (IRTA) Fellow in the Toxicology Branch of the Division of the National Toxicology Program (DNTP) at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS). As a trainee, Huang works on interdisciplinary teams of scientists to assess the potential toxicity of chemical, pharmaceutical, and other environmental agents selected for study at the NTP. Her primary responsibilities include the design and coordination of in vivo studies and assistance in the preparation of NTP Technical Reports and peer-reviewed scientific journals. Currently, her portfolio includes several consumer product-related chemicals (e.g. dietary supplements, perfluorinated chemicals). She is also involved in understanding the role of nutrition in modifying toxicity through the use of the Diversity Outbred mice.

Huang received her B.S. in Biochemistry from the University of Notre Dame in 2013. She completed her Ph.D. in Toxicology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill under the mentorship of Mirek Styblo in 2018. Her doctoral research focused on understanding the role of genetics and nutrition in arsenic-associated diabetes, using in vitro, in vivo, and -omics approaches.

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