A town meeting sponsored by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (Research Triangle Park, NC) and the University of Iowa, Environmental Health Sciences Research Center (EHSRC), was held in Des Moines, Iowa, in 2001 to bring stakeholders together to seek common ground.
What does EHSRC stand for?
EHSRC stands for Environmental Health Sciences Research Center
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We have 2 other meanings of EHSRC in our Acronym Attic
- European Hospitals School Project
- Everhard Super Plate (Total Steel product)
- Extended Health Service Plans
- extracellular Heat Shock Proteins
- Enhancing Health Systems Performance Initiative (WHO)
- Environment and Heritage Service Pollution Inventory (UK)
- Environmental Health Safety and Quality
- Electronic Hospital Specific Report
- Environmental, Health, Safety and Regulatory
- Essential Health and Safety Requirement
- Early Head Start Research and Evaluation Project (US DHHS)
- Environmental Health, Safety and Risk Management
- Essential Health and Safety Requirements
- Eatons Hill State School (Queensland, Australia)
- Electronic Harbor Security System (US DoD)
- Enterprise for High School Students
- Environment, Health, Safety, Security
- Environmental Health and Safety Services
- Environmental Health and Safety Specialist (job title)
- Environmental Health and Safety Standards
Samples in periodicals archive:
Led by Peter Thorne, director of the University of Iowa's Environmental Health Sciences Research Center, the team of international scientists warned that the livestock operations were contributing to the rise of antibiotic-resistant germs.
He serves as co-director of the Pulmonary Health Outcomes Core of the Environmental Health Sciences Research Center.
The Environmental Health Sciences Research Center (EHSRC) at The University of Iowa, in conjunction with its partner, the Belin-Blank International Center for Gifted Education and Talent Development (also a component of The University of Iowa), is helping some of these future leaders understand the environment and their role in it, with the goal of inspiring the next generation of environmental health advocates.
The Community Outreach and Education Program (COEP) of Duke University's NIEHS Environmental Health Sciences Research Center in Durham, North Carolina, has pledged to give children's environmental health the attention it deserves and is proactively implementing projects to create preventive environmental interventions that protect children before they become sick.
While at Duke, I played a principle role in developing three interdisciplinary programs: the Environmental Health Sciences Research Center, the Center for Environmental Genomics, and a program studying the pathogenesis and genetics of environmental asthma.
In America's heartland, the University of Iowa's Environmental Health Sciences Research Center funds the Environmental Health Sciences Institute for Rural Youth (EHSI).