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Toxicology and Environmental Health Sciences

Cathrine Hoyo delivers a talk at the 2020 CHHE Symposium.

Toxicology and Environmental Health Sciences (EHS) have deep roots at NC State. Biological Sciences is home to outstanding faculty addressing pressing environmental health issues from a range of perspectives, using diverse model systems and cutting-edge technologies. We are unique nationally in our long track record of graduate training and collection of major funding that is advancing research, training, and community engagement with impacted groups. In addition to a strong portfolio of investigator-initiated, funded programs, our efforts are further supported by major infrastructure funding from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), such as:

Graduate Training Grants (T32; in Toxicology and Bioinformatics)

The Center for Environmental and Health Effects of PFAS (P42 Superfund Research Program)

Center for Human Health and the Environment (CHHE, P30 Environmental Health Science Center)

Southern Liver Health Study (STRIVE) 

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