HSPH-NIEHS Colloquium Series: Jane Hoppin, ScD

Join us for our 2022-2023 colloquium series on Environmental Health in Action. This month, we welcome Jane Hoppin, ScD, professor of biological sciences at North Carolina State and Director of the NC State Center for Human Health and the Environment.  Dr. Hoppin’s work focuses on environmentally impacted communities and working with them to characterize exposure, understand health effects, and share results throughout the community.  This work includes investigation of pesticide exposure and…

Creating and Curating Content Relevant to Women’s Health

Please join us as we share the process used to create this educational animation about menstrual physiology, the promising results and insights generated from our research around the animation, and future directions for the Mahalingaiah-Museum of Science collaboration. Detailed agenda to follow. 

2022 Center Retreat

Our 2022 Center Retreat will take place on Friday, Oct. 21 at Weld Hill, Arnold Arboretum and via Zoom. Space is limited. Please register early if you intend to attend in person. REGISTRATION CLOSES ON OCT. 13. Pilot Project/ FAF Recipients: If you have received either Pilot Project funding or Facility Access Funds (FAFs) from our Center between April 1, 2019 and March 31, 2022, we ask you to present a poster…

Recurring

Specific Aims Review Session

The NIEHS Center’s Specific Aims Session is open to investigators at all levels with upcoming grant submissions.   A panel of faculty members offer their critique of and suggestions for improving Specific Aims sections for junior faculty and post docs in a friendly, constructive, open session. Open to all members, collaborators and their trainees. If you would like your document reviewed, please send an email to niehsctr@hsph.harvard.edu by 5pm on the Monday…

Recurring

Specific Aims Review Session

The NIEHS Center’s Specific Aims Session is open to investigators at all levels with upcoming grant submissions.   A panel of faculty members offer their critique of and suggestions for improving Specific Aims sections for junior faculty and post docs in a friendly, constructive, open session. Open to all members, collaborators and their trainees. If you would like your document reviewed, please send an email to niehsctr@hsph.harvard.edu by 5pm on the Monday…

Recurring

Specific Aims Review Session

The NIEHS Center’s Specific Aims Session is open to investigators at all levels with upcoming grant submissions.   A panel of faculty members offer their critique of and suggestions for improving Specific Aims sections for junior faculty and post docs in a friendly, constructive, open session. Open to all members, collaborators and their trainees. If you would like your document reviewed, please send an email to niehsctr@hsph.harvard.edu by 5pm on the Monday…