It was drafted with input from a national web survey, the participation of 90 individuals during a two-day Strategic Planning Forum, discussions with members of the NIEHS Public Interest Liaison Group, numerous opportunities for public review and comment on draft documents, and much input from NIEHS staff and members of the NIEHS National Advisory Environmental Health Sciences Council.
What does NAEHS stand for?
NAEHS stands for National Advisory Environmental Health Sciences (National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences; Research Triangle Park, NC)
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- Native American Energy Group (New York)
- Nevada Applied Ecology Group
- National Association for Educational Guidance for Adults
- North American Export Grain Association
- NATO Airborne Early Warning Ground Environment Integration Segment
- National Alliance to End Homelessness
- National Association of Employers on Health Care Action
- National Association for the Education of Homeless Children and Youth
- National Association of Extension Home Economists
- National Adult Education Honor Society
- National Advisory Environmental Health Sciences Council
- National Association of ESOL Home Tutor Schemes
- National Atmospheric Emissions Inventory (UK)
- National Average Earnings Index
- Naval Aviation Executive Institute
- Netroots Arts and Education Initiative
- National Association of Educational Inspectors, Advisers and Consultants (UK)
- National Association for the Exchange of Industrial Resources
- National Association of Ecumenical & Interreligious Staff
- National Academy of Engineering of Korea
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It's really important for the leader of an institute like the NIEHS to plant the flag, to lay out a vision of what he thinks is important, and [Schwartz has] done that in this strategic plan," says Bernard Goldstein, an NIEHS National Advisory Environmental Health Sciences Council member who recently retired as dean of the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health.
He is past president for the Society for Risk Analysis, vice president of the Scientific Committee on Problems of the Environment (SCOPE), and a member of both the National Institutes of Health National Advisory Environmental Health Sciences Council (NAEHS) and the Institute of Medicine Roundtable on Environmental Health Sciences, Research, and Medicine.