For the first time, investigators from both consortia will gather to identify future research needs and directions for childhood leukemia research.
The annual Children's Environmental Health Symposium took place on April 26, 2017 at the CalEPA Headquarters Building in Sacramento.
CIRCLE Career Development Investigator, Dr. Todd Whitehead, was recognized by the Collaborative on Health and the Environment as one of 20 Pioneers Under 40 in Environmental Public Health
Through the story of Rosa and Carlos, the 16-page graphic novel relates positive actions young people can take to live healthier lives and maximize the health of future generations.
CIRCLE investigators translate research for pediatricians, emphasize importance of efforts to prevent childhood leukemia.
There is a perception among the medical community at large and among pediatricians in particular, that the causes of childhood cancer are completely mysterious. However, in contrast to most [...]
CIRCLE investigators show how the inherited genetic code determines the impact that prenatal exposure to toxins has on DNA methylation in newborns.
Environmental exposures are known to influence epigenetics by introducing modifications to the outer surface of a DNA molecule that turn gene expression “on” or “off.” Epigenetic changes can [...]
A recent publication from CIRCLE researchers shows that Latino children are more likely to develop leukemia than non-Latino children.