Join the GC-CPEH, the NIEHS Center for Environmental Health Sciences Core, and the OST at the Embassy of France on May 19, 2021, for the COVID-19 Disaster Research and Prevention Symposium to understand an international perspective about the COVID-19 crisis.
Gulf Coast Center for Precision Environmental Health (GC-CPEH)
The GC-CPEH stimulates impactful environmental health science research, provides inter-institutional access to resources and state-of-the-art technologies, fosters community engagement, and enables rapid coordination of research and response activities during and after environmental disasters.
in the Texas Gulf Coast Region (P30ES030285)
The PIPELINE Core advances precision environmental health research by providing access to “omic” expertise and technologies.
The IHSFC provides seamless access to expertise and capabilities for translational research of basic sciences into clinical and population-based studies.
GC-CPEH members utilizing the PIPELINE or IHSFC Facility Cores for in-house services, consultations, or to place orders for outside services are eligible for subsidies to underwrite their costs up to 50%. These subsidies are also available to non-members who have been awarded Pilot Projects.
Drs. Cornelis (Kees) Elferink, GC-CPEH Co-Director, and John Prochaska, CEC LIT are co-authors on a recent article “Proximity to oil refineries and risk of cancer: A population-based analysis” that was featured by the Texas Standard (NPR show) on 12/3/2020 showing…
Dr. Margot Williams received her BS from Muskingum College in Ohio, then completed her PhD in the lab of Dr. Ann Sutherland at the University of Virginia where she studied mammalian development. She next made the switch to zebrafish during…
Baylor College of Medicine has received a grant from the National Institutes of Health to fund a new Maternal and Infant Environmental Health Riskscape (MIEHR) Research Center. Baylor will receive $7.1 million over five years and is one of only three sites…