May 282014
 
New Exposure Science Primer Published by CEED Core Leaders

Drs. Paul Lioy and Clifford Weisel, Professors in the Department of Environmental and Occupational Medicine of Rutgers – Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, have published a new text book, Exposure Science: Basic Principles and Applications.  Drs. Lioy and Weisel are both members of CEED and lead its Controlled Exposure Facility Core. Reference: Lioy P. and Weisel C. [read more]

May 142014
 

CEED, in collaboration with EOHSI, is soliciting applications for its 2014 Pilot Project Program. Pilot funding supports new environmental health research with the potential to improve human health. * The deadline for submitting proposals has been extended to Monday, June 16, 2014.* The mission of CEED is to understand how environmental exposures are integrated with [read more]

May 142014
 

The grant’s annual ~$1.25 million funding (direct costs) will be supplemented with $1 million in university funding over the five-year cycle and will help to implement CEED’s vision to pursue precision environmental health research through the integration of clinical, basic and population-based studies. CEED will leverage its extensive experience and expertise with new capabilities in [read more]

Nov 112013
 

From Rutgers Today – November 11, 2013. Rutgers researcher and CEED member Joan Bennett’s work on indoor mold exposure follows her own illness suffered while cleaning up flood damage from Hurricane Katrina. Scientists at Rutgers and Emory universities have discovered that a compound often emitted by mold may be linked to symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. [read more]