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National Toxicology Program

National Toxicology Program

UPDATE NewsletterUPDATE NewsletterDecember 2021

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Brandy Beverly, Ph.D.Chemical risk assessment aided by new WHO framework, NIEHS effort

The publication, coauthored by institute scientists, provides guidance on systematic reviews, which help to answer key research questions.


Kathleen EmburyNIEHS sweeps awards at meeting on genetics, cancer, and toxicology

Lifetime Achievement Award given to retired toxicologist Barbara Shane, and trainees take home research honors.


Three scientists working at a laboratory bench.The NTP Interagency Center for the Evaluation of Alternative Toxicological Methods (NICEATM)

Skin sensitization webinar December 8. National Academies workshop on NAMs December 9. Free support offered for NIH small business grant applicants; apply by December 10. Publications available from KMD symposium.


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Director of Office of Liaison, Policy, and Review and Editor-in-Chief: Mary Wolfe | Managing Editor: Anna Lee Mosley