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New WVU Program Trains Next Generation of Toxicologists to Collect, Analyze Air Samples from Mining, Fracking Sites

From WVU Today

West Virginia University is launching a toxicology training program that offers students something no other academic program does: experience collecting air samples, identifying the toxicants they contain and determining how those toxicants might harm a community’s health.

The National Institutes of Health has awarded WVU $1.7 million for the program, which bridges the disciplines of toxicology and systems-based medicine—disciplines that are traditionally distinct . . .

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