Jul 272015
 

CEED, in collaboration with EOHSI, solicited applications for its 2015-16 Pilot Project Program. The mission of CEED is to understand how environmental exposures are integrated with host and environmental factors to influence human diseases. Further, to use this information to improve human health through education, outreach, and mechanistically based intervention, prevention, and treatment modalities. This [read more]

Jun 012015
 
Dr. Helmut Zarbl Honored - NJHF Excellence in Research Award

The New Jersey Health Foundation will honor 14 faculty with the 2015 Excellence in Teaching and Excellence in Research Awards, each selected by their respective schools, at the individual school convocations. Robert Wood Johnson Medical School will present an Excellence in Research Award to Helmut Zarbl, PhD, Professor, Department of Environmental and Occupational Medicine and [read more]

Mar 062015
 

CEED, in collaboration with EOHSI, is soliciting applications for its 2015 Pilot Project Program.  Pilot funding supports new environmental health research with the potential to improve human health. The mission of CEED is to understand how environmental exposures are integrated with host and environmental factors to influence human diseases. Further, to use this information to [read more]

Jan 292015
 
Common Pesticide May Increase Risk of ADHD - Feature in <em>Rutgers Today</em>

Today’s issue of Rutgers Today featured research of CEED member Dr. Jason Richardson and colleagues regarding  a commonly used pesticide that may alter the development of the brain’s dopamine system and increase the risk of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in children. The research published Wednesday in the Journal of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology [read more]