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Pilot Project Recipients Year 9

Investigating Biological Pathways through which Air Pollution and Folic Acid May Impact Female Fertility Study Title: Traffic Related Air Pollution, Folic Acid, and DNA Methylation in the Follicular Fluid PI: Audrey Gaskins, School of Public Health, Epidemiology Traffic-related air pollution (e.g., emissions from motor vehicles) may lower fertility in women. Emerging evidence suggests that folic […]

“Environmental Scientist Eri Saikawa Takes Lessons from Lead Contamination Crisis to Help Tackle the Next, COVID-19”

HERCULES Investigator, Eri Saikawa, was profiled by the American Association for the Advancement of Science for her recent work on environmental health and COVID-19, using lessons from her HERCULES Pilot Project on soil lead contamination in west Atlanta. “Environmental Scientist Eri Saikawa Takes Lessons from Lead Contamination Crisis to Help Tackle the Next, COVID-19″ by […]