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Essays on the future of environmental health research : a tribute to Dr. Kenneth Olden /

by Goehl, Thomas J.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Research Triangle Park, NC : National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, Environmental Health Perspectives ; 2005Description: 167 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.MeSH subject(s): Environmental Health | Research | Toxicology | MonographPUBLICATION TYPE SAPHIR: Monograph
Contents:
P. 4: Essays on the future of environmental health research: a tribute to Dr. Kenneth Olden. P. 6: Alternatives to toxicity testing in animals: challenges and opportunities. P. 16: The breast cancer and the environment research centers. P. 24: Origins and evolution of children's environmental health. P. 34: Using community-based participatory research to ask and answer questions regarding the environment and health. P. 42: An overview of the environmental genome project. P. 54: Environmental justice, science, and public health. P. 64: Giving a voice to environmental health research. P. 70: Environmental medicine: where are we and where do we go from here? (You can't navigate from lost). P. 80: NIEHS and public health practice. P. 90: Of mice and molecules: research with genetically modified mouse models. P. 100: Exploration of health disparities. P. 108: Modifying the environment to reverse obesity. P. 116: Oceans and human health: a new era of environmental opportunities. P. 128: Accelerating research on genes and environment in Parkinson's disease. P. 138: Population health and the environment. P. 148: The public interest liaison group's contribution to the future of environmental health research. P. 152: The role of town meetings in environmental health research. P. 162: A vision that challenges dogma gives rise to a new era in the environmental health sciences
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IST WA-670-Ess-2005 (Browse shelf) Available N° d'inventaire: 102/05

Bibliogr.

P. 4: Essays on the future of environmental health research: a tribute to Dr. Kenneth Olden. P. 6: Alternatives to toxicity testing in animals: challenges and opportunities. P. 16: The breast cancer and the environment research centers. P. 24: Origins and evolution of children's environmental health. P. 34: Using community-based participatory research to ask and answer questions regarding the environment and health. P. 42: An overview of the environmental genome project. P. 54: Environmental justice, science, and public health. P. 64: Giving a voice to environmental health research. P. 70: Environmental medicine: where are we and where do we go from here? (You can't navigate from lost). P. 80: NIEHS and public health practice. P. 90: Of mice and molecules: research with genetically modified mouse models. P. 100: Exploration of health disparities. P. 108: Modifying the environment to reverse obesity. P. 116: Oceans and human health: a new era of environmental opportunities. P. 128: Accelerating research on genes and environment in Parkinson's disease. P. 138: Population health and the environment. P. 148: The public interest liaison group's contribution to the future of environmental health research. P. 152: The role of town meetings in environmental health research. P. 162: A vision that challenges dogma gives rise to a new era in the environmental health sciences