• Registration is now open for the “Breast Cancer and the Environment” Spring Symposium, being held on Friday, March 9, 2018. Please go here for more information.
  • Summer 2018 Research Internship applications with Duke University’s Superfund Research Program (SRC) have officially closed for this cycle. The SRCs research focus is on early, low-dose exposures to toxins and their developmental impacts that are usually only evident during later life stages. 
  • Jessica Hartman, a post-doctoral fellow with Dr. Joel Meyer, recently won 1st place for post-doc posters at the North Carolina Society of Toxicology (SOT) meeting, with her poster “Humanized, Transgenic Caenorhabditis elegans to Study CYP2E1-Induced Toxicity.” The NC SOT provides opportunities for toxicologists in the state to meet, present research, and discuss topics in the field and fosters collaborations. See the SOT webpage for more information about the 2017 award recipients