CHHE Call for Pilot Project Proposals

September 9, 2018 | Jackie

Due to inclement weather, the deadline for proposals has been extended to September 24th, 2018. The NC State University Center for Human Heath and the Environment (CHHE) is announcing its request for applications (RFA) for pilot...

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Cadmium Exposure Linked to Epigenetic Disruption at DNA Regulatory Regions

June 4, 2018 | Jackie

NIEHS-funded researchers identified hotspots in the human genome that are susceptible to epigenetic changes after cadmium exposure. Led by Michael Cowley, Ph.D., and Cathrine Hoyo, Ph.D., at the North Carolina State University Center for Human Health...

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Congratulations to our CHHE members!

May 8, 2018 | Jackie

  Congratulations to our CHHE members who were recently recognized with prestigious awards from the University. Matthew Breen, Chris Frey, Cathrine Hoyo, David Muddiuman, Coby Schal, and Fred Wright all received the Research Leadership Academy...

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Beer-Reviewed Science: You are what you eat (and drink)

January 28, 2018 | Katy May

This year, Beer-Reviewed Science will take place on the fourth Monday of the month at Oak and Dagger Public House. We kicked off 2018 with You are what you eat…and drink. Drs. Mike Cowley, Erin McKenney, and...

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CHHE Held its First Annual Science Symposium

February 16, 2017 | Jackie

CHHE held its first annual science symposium on February 16th, 2017 at the James B. Hunt Library. The event, “Toxic Metals – From Exposures and Model Systems to Human Populations,” was designed to bring center...

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Toxic Metals – From Exposures and Model Systems to Human Populations

January 2, 2017 | Jackie

First Annual CHHE Science Symposium When: Thursday, February 16, 2017 9:00 am – 5:00 pm Where: Duke Energy Hall Rm 2110A/B James B. Hunt Jr. Library North Carolina State University Dr. Linda Birnbaum, Director of...

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2016 Spring Pilot Project Awards

June 17, 2016 | Jackie

Project 201601 Title: Behavior and specific gene alterations after prenatal exposure to arsenic PI: Zuzana Drobna, Dept. of Biological Sciences, NCSU Project 201602 Title: Mechanisms of nanoparticle endocytosis and the subsequent effects on extracellular matrix...

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2016 Pilot Project Announcement – Request for Applications

December 17, 2015 | Thi Duong

The NC State University Center for Human Heath and the Environment (CHHE) is announcing its request for applications (RFA) for pilot project proposals for 2016. Applications will be due on March 10th, 2016. The CHHE...

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Special Seminar Announcement: November 17, 2015 “The p53 Tumor Suppressor Pathway”

November 10, 2015 | Jackie

Guillermina “Gigi” Lozano is known worldwide for her research on the regulation of the p53 tumor suppressor pathway. Inactivation of p53 by mutation is a critical event in cancer and p53 is mutated in more...

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“Telomeres are Partly Shielded from Ultraviolet-Induced Damage and Proficient for Nucleotide Excision Repair of Photoproducts”

November 9, 2015 | rcsmart

North Carolina State University Researcher and CHHE Member, Hong Wang, and her colleagues at NC State and the University of Pittsburgh have found that telomeres are protected from ultraviolet (UV) light-induced DNA damage and that...

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