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 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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Specific Aims Review Session – Thursday, August 8. More Information

Pilot Project funding available. Applications due September 11, 2014.  More Information

Congratulations to our latest round of PILOT PROJECT AWARD recipients:

  • David Christiani et al, Genome-wide microRNAs expression profiles and birth weight in umbilical cord serum among women and infants exposed prenatally to inorganic arsenic. ($22,500) Abstract
  • John Godlleski and Alex Carll, Does Inhalation of Traffic-Related Particulates Impair Cardiac Performance? ($22,500) Abstract
  • Mi-Sun Lee et al, Cardiac Autonomic Effects of Secondhand Exposure to Electronic Cigarettes (ECigarettes). ($20,000) Abstract
  • Alex Lu et al, The interplay of sub-lethal neonicotinoids exposure, mitochondrial epigenetics, and Parkinson’s disease. ($22,500) Abstract
  • Ronit Machtinger et al, BPA and Phthalate exposure, FF exosomes, and IVF outcome. ($15,000) Abstract
  • Marc Weisskopf et al, Assessment of a novel portable x-ray fluorescence device to measure bone lead. ($17,500) Abstract

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