NTP studies are published in an NTP report series after undergoing peer review. NTP reports published in FY 2017 or expected for peer review in FY 2018 are listed.
Highlighted NTP activities in FY 2017.
NIEHS catalogs hundreds of mementos and artifacts to commemorate its golden anniversary.
NTP released the 14th Report on Carcinogens in FY 2017.
NTP computational toxicologist Nicole Kleinstreuer, Ph.D., was recognized for her work toward eliminating animal use for chemical safety testing.
NIOSH researchers found elevated BPA levels in workers’ urine.
For use in high-throughput toxicity testing, the new models can quickly and reliably identify environmental toxins linked to human disease.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology brings expertise in process controls, measurement artifacts, and interlaboratory testing.
NTP is contributing rodent tumor and normal samples to a new $24.4 million study of the links between human cancers and specific environmental factors.
Attendees learned about and discussed new approaches into safety testing of chemicals and medical products in the United States.
The visually appealing new site offers many new tools to facilitate navigation and usability.
The Tox21 program has a 10-year track record of developing cutting-edge technology to better assess chemical toxicity in humans.
Federal and state regulatory agencies use NTP study data and recommendations when considering the need to test and regulate specific chemicals to protect human health.
Additional meetings with stakeholders and the scientific community in which NTP participated.
Full citations for NTP reports, journal publications, and book chapters published during FY 2017.