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]

Nov 112013
 

From Rutgers Today – November 11, 2013. A report co-authored by Rutgers researcher and CEED member Sue Shapses warns of the dangers extended power outages can pose to older New Jerseyans. Everyone knows Superstorm Sandy left many New Jersey homes and businesses battered and bruised. But most are not aware of the considerable toll the storm [read more]

Oct 012013
 
Future Researchers Get Hands-On Experience

Rutgers EOHSI/COEC Program for High School Students Featured in NIEHS Newsletter. Thanks, in part, to NIEHS-funded programs at Rutgers University, 46 high school students gained new insights into laboratory techniques and real-world applications of toxicology this summer. The young people, rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors from 30 high schools in New Jersey and surrounding states, [read more]