News and Announcements

Institute of Environmental Health Sciences research featured on PBS
TEDx posts presentation on contaminants by Dr. Tracie Baker
Wayne State leading efforts to alleviate fatbergs
Wayne State fights “fatbergs” with the help of IEHS faculty
Announcement: Request for CURES Pilot Project Proposals
New NIH study to research the risk of hearing loss in Detroit firefighters
Urban Environmental Influences on Metabolic Health Symposium
CURES 2017 - 2018 Seminar Series Announced!
Wayne State receives $7.5 m NIH renewal for environmental center
Requests for Proposals - Local Small Grants Program for Prenatal Exposures and Child Health Outcomes: A Statewide Study – LOIs due Jan. 5
$4.8M NIH grant addresses environmental influences on child health
Inaugural Genomics@Wayne Symposium
WSU's Center for Urban Responses to Environmental Stressors guides Detroiters on having healthier homes
Wayne State research team to evaluate possible link between Flint water system and health problems
CURES Investigator Dr. Shawn McElmurry to lead independent team looking at the Legionella cases in Flint water crisis
Dr. Douglas Ruden featured in "Researchers investigating how lead exposure could affect DNA "
Ph.D. Dissertation Defense: Candidate for Ph.D. in Pharmacology with Concentration in Molecular and Environmental Toxicology- Asmita Pant
CURES Seminar Series 2015 - 2016 Schedule
The Center for Urban Responses to Environmental Stressors (CURES): Announces a Request for Pilot Project Proposals
Wayne State dedicates new $93 million biosciences center aimed at eliminating health disparities in Detroit
Wayne State researchers discover evidence that lead exposure in mothers can affect future generations
Presentation: Residential Changes and Their impacts: Analyzing the Experiences of Older Detroiters - June 24
Karmanos researchers collaborate with CURES to study environmental links to disease development
Enrollment in the noise study for firefighters
Internal Funding Announcement: request for pilot project proposals from the Center for Urban Responses to Environmental Stressors - LOI's due Nov. 4