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Laboratory Scientist of the Quarter Award

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USACEHR's First SMART Student Graduates and Starts Work

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Ms. Timmons awarded the Commander's Award for Civilian Service

 

Key Program Features

Conducting toxicogenomic research to develop surveillance tools and countermeasures to adverse health effects of Nation’s Guardians that were exposed to hazardous environmental chemicals and materials.

 

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News

December 12, 2013

Army Wins Patent for Fish-hatching Device

Just add water. That's all it takes to hatch fish embryos in a kit developed by the Fort Detrick-based U.S. Army Center for Environmental Health Research to help test for water toxicity, according to scientists.

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Our Mission

Develop surveillance capabilities to detect, assess, and prevent health effects from adverse environmental, physiological, and psychological exposures.