In this podcast, Helmut Zarbl, Ph.D., discusses his research on circadian rhythms, and highlights why people who work night shifts and are frequently exposed to nighttime light have increased rates of certain types of cancer. We’ll also learn tips for maintaining a normal, healthy circadian rhythm and getting a good night’s sleep.
Listen to Dr. Zarbl’s podcast
Kerry Margaret Butch, Community Engagement Coordinator for The Rutgers Center for Environmental Exposure and Disease (CEED), is featured in the June Grantee Highlights on the webpage of the Partnerships for Environmental Public Health (PEPH), a program of the NIH-National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences. She tells the story of collaboration between researchers and community groups to document and publicize the harmful effects of diesel truck traffic in the area around the Newark-Elizabeth Port, and provides a link to the video made by CEED, Countdown to Cleaner Air: Street Scientists and the Fight for First Street.
Watch Countdown to Cleaner Air: Street Scientists and the Fight for First Street.
Congratulations to our students for their achievements during the Fall 2017 Scientific Meeting of the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the Society of Toxicology!
- MASOT Student Achievement Award – Kyle Saitta
- 1st Place Poster Award – John Szilagyi
- 2nd Place Poster Award – Blessy George
- 3rd Place Poster Award – Kate Annunziato