GC-CPEH Member, Dr. Richard H. Finnell, professor and holder of the William T. Butler MD Distinguished Chair, received a four-year, more than $2 million renewal of his NIH grant, “Intervention Strategies for Non-Folate Responsive Neural Tube Defects.” Efforts to better understand the underlying mechanism of folic acid’s beneficial effects may lead to novel intervention strategies to helpContinue reading “Finnell earns grant for birth defect research”
Dr. Elaine Symanski knows that it’s critical to meaningfully involve communities to promote social and environmental justice. As the director of the Maternal and Infant Environmental Health Riskscape Research Center; and deputy director of the Gulf Coast Center for Precision Environmental Health, she ensures her environmental health research is culturally relevant by getting community buy-inContinue reading “Symanski featured in NIEHS PEPH Newsletter”
GC-CPEH Director, Dr. Cheryl Walker, discussed the influence of epigenetic changes on tumor development and explained how better understanding of the epigenome will advance precision environmental health At the Environmental Mutagenesis and Genomics Society (EMGS) annual meeting Sept. 22-25. Learn more.