News and announcements

CURES Environmental Health Video featured by the NIEHS!
CURES 2018-19 Seminar Series Announced!
Presidential Sesquicentennial Symposium: Genes, Urban Environments and Health.
Save the Date for the 2018 CURES/KCI Thematic Symposium!
Presidential Sesquicentennial Symposium: Genes, Urban Environments and Health.
CURES Announces 2018 Request for Pilot Project Proposals
CURES member, Weisong Shi, wins Azure Award from Microsoft to use artificial intelligence to address environmental issues
Urban Health Conference- Presented by Wayne State University's College of Nursing
CANCELED- CURES Echat: Climate Action in an Aging World
Law School hosts Environmental Justice Day- Free Live Streaming available!
Reddit 'Ask me Anything' with CRISPR scientist, Dr. Jennifer Doudna hosted by the NIH
Dr. Andrea Cassidy-Bushrow's paper featured in NIEHS Publication- E Factor- as Extramural Paper of the Month!
New NIH study to research the risk of hearing loss in Detroit firefighters
CURES 2017 - 2018 Seminar Series Announced!
CURES featured in NIEHS publication - E-Factor - NIEHS centers blend science and community engagement
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
CURES Community Environmental Health Chat: Getting the Lead Out Detroit Perspectives
$4.8M NIH grant addresses environmental influences on child health
CURES Developmental Origins of Health and Disease (DoHAD) Conference Octboer 17-18th, 2016
CURES Seminar List for 2016 & 2017
Inaugural Genomics@Wayne Symposium
Challenges for the Toxicologist in the Courtroom: the 5 Question Approach to Specific Causation
Presented By Sol Bobst Ph.D. President and Chief Scientific Officer, ToxSci Advisors, LLC, Houston, TX
Detroit welcomes Neighborhoods in America’s Legacy Cities: A Dialogue in Detroit conference
CURES educates Detroit residents about environmental stressors
As leaders pave the way to an economically healthy Detroit, The Center for Urban Responses to Environmental Stressors (CURES), seated at Wayne State University, aims to also pave the way to a physically and mentally healthy city.
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