The Environmental Polymorphisms Registry is a long-term research project to collect and store DNA from up to 20,000 North Carolinians in a biobank. By donating blood to the project, you will help scientists discover changes in our genes as a result of environmental exposures that may increase or decrease our risk for common diseases, such as diabetes, heart disease, and cancer.
The study is run by physicians at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS), a part of the National Institutes of Health in collaboration with exercise scientists at UNC.
If you are a corporation, church, community group or other organization of any type, and would like to host a recruitment event, please contact Jamie R. Glover at 919-287-4382. If your organization holds employee health fairs, it would be a good opportunity for employees to learn more about environmental diseases and participate in research.
Janet E. Hall, M.D., M.S. is an internationally known clinician and clinical researcher. She received her Masters of Medical Sciences in exercise physiology and her M.D. and Internal Medicine training at McMaster University in Ontario, Canada. She completed her training in Endocrinology and Metabolism at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston and rose to the rank of Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. She had continuous NIH extramural grant funding until moving to the NIEHS intramural program in 2015. Hall was elected to the Association of American Physicians in recognition of her contributions to both the science and academics of medicine and, as a leader in the field, is a former President of the Endocrine Society.
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