As its title implies, today’s Roundtable Session entitled “Hydraulic Fracturing: Are There Worker Health Issues” brought together diverse views and stakeholder groups to discuss how risk to workers may be further mitigated related to horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing.
In 20th Annual Medical Research Council (MRC) Lecture at the SOT Annual Meeting and ToxExpo, Dr. John D. Scott of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute and the Department of Pharmacology at University of Washington delivered a talk, in a delightful Scottish brogue, on guiding signals through anchored
More than 30 percent of the US population has metabolic syndrome, which is the name for a group of factors that increase the sufferer’s risk of heart disease, diabetes, stroke, and other health problems.
The Frontiers for Toxicology Session: Noncoding RNAs in Human Health, Therapeutics, and Environmental Disease was presented on March 25, 2014 at the Society of Toxicology 53rd Annual Meeting in Phoenix, Arizona.
Back when I was in high school……………sigh…………..our science projects did not involve measuring lung function, assessing changes in gene expression in rat liver, or looking at changes in DNA secondary structure in response to potential treatments targeting the KRAS promoter in pancreatic cancer.