King and Colleagues Launch New Patient Program

Three researchers from the Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children’s Hospital, including our own center member Katherine King, launch a new clinical genomic sequencing program to help patients with an undiagnosed condition. Read more about the new program on the BCM From the Labs blog.

Symanski and Team Featured in NIEHS News

NIEHS featured the work of center member Elaine Symanski and team on addressing metal recycling pollution in Houston. The partnership, the Metal Air Pollution Partnership Solutions (MAPPS) study, co-developed an action plan and recently published their results to sustainably address community concerns. Elaine Symanski, Heyreoun An Han, Sheryl McCurdy, Loren Hopkins, Juan Flores, Inkyu…

Center Research Featured on Houston Public Media

Listen to Houston Public Media discuss the Jones Road Superfund site. Pilot grant awardee Lance Hallberg is testing exposure assessments in the community. In collaboration with the Texas Health and Environment Alliance, researchers are testing water and air at 55 properties, with the goal of providing more data for community members.

Center Member Delivers Climate Change Lecture

Dr. Abiodun Oluyomi of the GC-CPEH was invited to deliver a public lecture on “Environmental Health and Disasters in the Age of Global Climate Change: Implication for Humanitarian Crises’’ at the University of Jos, Plateau State in Nigeria. The public lecture was organized by the University of Jos Centre for Conflict Management and Peace Studies…


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