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Metal Air Pollution Partnership Solutions (MAPPS) Project Highlighted in NIH PEPH Newsletter

GC-CPEH Deputy Director, Dr. Elaine Symanski's Metal Air Pollution Partnership Solutions project was highlighted in the June 2020 Partnerships for Environmental Public Health (PEPH) Newsletter by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS).  Dr. Symanski with GC-CPEH members, Drs.…

GC-CPEH Study Published in Nature Communications on Accelerated Epigenetic Aging Caused by Early-Life EDC Exposure Featured as “Paper of the Month” by NIEHS

GC-CPEH Director, Dr. Cheryl Walker’s recent study published in Nature Communications shows how an early life chemical exposure can permanently reprogram the liver epigenome to cause diet-triggered metabolic dysfunction later in life. “In our study, we found that even a…

Dr. Farrah Kheradmand’s Study Raises Health Concerns About the Use of E-cigarettes

GC-CPEH member, Dr. Farrah Kheradmand’s study raises health concerns about the use of electronic cigarettes.  "The opposing views on the safety of e-cigarettes prompted one of my graduate students, Matthew Madison, to investigate the effects of chronic exposure to e-cigarette…