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NIEHS, IHME Move Forward on Global Burden of Disease Pollution Health Initiative

In the next step of a broader Global Burden of Disease Pollution Health Initiative, staff from NIEHS and the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation met in North Carolina to improve collaboration.

Suk Mentors Students and Makes Connections in Thailand through Fulbright Award

NIEHS Hazardous Substances Branch Chief Bill Suk, Ph.D., took his expertise and enthusiasm for children’s environmental health to Thailand, where he spent six months building capacity in South and Southeast Asia.

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