At the Harvard-NIEHS Center for Environmental Health, we study the impacts of exposures to metals, organic chemicals, particulate matter, and other toxins on human health. The Center is housed at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and provides translational research support to environmental health scientists throughout Harvard University and the Harvard teaching hospitals.  Read more …


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Congratulations to our Pilot Project Grant Awardees:

Andrea Baccarelli – DNA Conformational Changes and Arsenic Exposure

David Christiani – Genetic Variants of Maternal DNA and Maternal Urinary Arsenic Methylation Species during Pregnancy in a Population Exposed to Inorganic Arsenic from Drinking Water

Phil Demokritou – Systems and Methods for the Physico-Chemical & Toxicological Characterization of Emissions from Electronic Cigarettes

Philippe Grandjean – Early life exposure to environmental persistent pollutants and blood concentrations of adipocytokines from birth through adolescence: Identification of relevant windows of exposure and susceptibility

Elsie Sunderland and Francine Laden – Drinking water exposures to Per and Poly Fluorinated Alkylated Substances (PFASs) in the Nurses Health Study Cohort

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