Toxicology and Environmental Health Sciences

The Toxicology and Environmental Health Sciences group is composed of scientists who seek to understand the relationships between environmental stressors (including chemical pollutants, pesticides, diet and climate change) and dysfunction among human and other populations. Research spans mechanistic studies of the interactions between stressors and biomolecules to epidemiological evaluations of the responses of populations to environmental challenges.

Learn about the Toxicology graduate program.

Researchers in This Area

Robert Anholt

William Neal Reynolds Professor

919-515-1173

David Aylor

Assistant Professor

919-515-7079

Scott Belcher

Research Professor

919-513-1214

Michael Bereman

Asst Professor

919-515-8520

Jamie Bonner

Professor

919-515-8615

919-513-1129

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Daniel Burke

Professor

Michael Cowley

Asst Professor

919-513-0818

Jonathan Hall

Research Assistant Professor

919-515-2345

Jane Hoppin

Associate Professor

919-515-2918

Cathrine Hoyo

Director, Epidemiology and Environmental Epigenomics Laboratory

919-515-0540

Seth Kullman

Professor

919-515-4378

Scott Laster

Professor

919-515-7958

Gerald LeBlanc

Department Head

Carolyn Mattingly

Associate Professor

919-515-1509

919-513-1586

919-513-7567

Antonio Planchart

Assistant Professor

919-513-2530

David Reif

Associate Professor

919-513-3812

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David Skaar

Research Asst Professor

919-515-3136

Rob Smart

William Neal Reynolds Distinguished Professor

919-515-7245

Yoshi Tsuji

Professor

919-513-1106

Fred Wright

Professor

919-515-9060