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MICHIGAN

Michigan ERC

University of Michigan

Center for Occupational Health and Safety

Randy Rabourn, Continuing Education

(313) 936–0148

MINNESOTA

Midwest Center for Occupational Health and Safety

University of Minnesota

Jeanne Ayers, Continuing Education

(612) 221–3992

NEW YORK/NEW JERSEY

UMDNJ-Robert Wood

Johnson Medical School

Barbara Young, Registrar

(908) 235–5062

NORTH CAROLINA

Occupational Safety and Health ERC

University of North Carolina

Larry Hyde, Continuing Education

(919) 962–2101

OHIO

University of Cincinnati ERC

University of Cincinnati

Department of Environmental Health

Judy Jarrell, Continuing Education

(513) 558–1730

TEXAS

Southwest Center for Occupational Health and Safety

Pam Parker, Continuing Education

(713) 792–4648

UTAH

Rocky Mountain Center for Occupational and Environmental Health

University of Utah

Connie Crandall, Continuing Education

(801 581–5710

WASHINGTON

Northwest Center for Occupational Health and Safety

University of Washington

Jan Schwert, Continuing Education

(206) 543–1069

National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences

The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) is the principal federal agency for biomedical research on the effects of chemical, physical, and biological environmental agents on human health and well-being. The Institute supports research and training focused on the identification, assessment, and mechanism of action of potentially harmful agents in the environment. Research results form the basis for preventive programs for environmentally-related diseases and for action by regulatory agencies.

The NIEHS currently sponsors several programs available to the medical school community, individual researchers, and other organizations or centers interested in studying the effects of the



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