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Careers in Environmental HealthApril 28, 2015
Expert: Michael Humble, Ph.D.
Do you want to help advance understanding of how the environment affects health? Learn how you can contribute to environmental health whether you’re interested in science, health care, engineering, communication, community leadership or many other areas. This podcast also offers tips on how to take advantage of the training opportunities available at NIEHS.
Michael Humble, Ph.D., received his doctorate in toxicology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill performing his dissertation research in the intramural laboratories at NIEHS on a transgenic mouse model for skin cancer. Following a short postdoctoral training period, Humble began working in the Division of Extramural Research and Training at NIEHS, first as a Program Analyst, and currently as a Program Administrator. Humble oversees the extramural Fellowship program, the Short Term Educational Experiences for Research (STEER) in the Environmental Health Sciences program, the R15 AREA grants program, as well as the research portfolios in skin disease, immunotoxicology, and autoimmune disease. Humble was a high school chemistry teacher prior to returning to graduate school and receiving his Ph.D.
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Training at NIEHS
Find information about all of NIEHS’s research training opportunities, including our Scholars Connect program, summer internships, postdoctoral fellowships, training grants, and more.
NIEHS Office of Science Education & Diversity
Find out what NIEHS is doing to raise the awareness of students, teachers, parents, and scientists regarding the mission, research, and goals of the Institute.
National Center for Environmental Health Training Webpage
Learn about training opportunities in environmental health at the National Center for Environmental Health of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Environmental Health Workforce Development Training
Explore a large collection of training resources and internship opportunities at this website maintained by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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