NIEHS Center

 

The NYU Department of Environmental Medicine is designated as a center of excellence by the National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences. This designation is through a funded Center Grant from NIH that supports facility cores and is the engine that drives Environmental Health Sciences research at NYU.

Below: Cancer cells engineered to express a defective checkpoint gene (in green) undergo abortive cell division followed by death. The time-lapse images were captured with a state-of-art confocal microscope in the Core Facility at The NYU Institute of Environmental Medicine.

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