Examples of areas being pursued within the Center for Environmental Health Sciences, either as discrete projects or as parts of broader scope projects, include:
Graduate and undergraduate students are heavily involved in these research projects, and student training is a major concern of the participating faculty.
Facilities and Equipment
Since faculty are located in a variety of Mississippi State University units, the facilities and equipment of all of these units are being used for research projects conducted within the CEHS projects.
These units include:
State-of-the-art chemical analysis equipment, instruments used to monitor biological and biochemical responses, animal holding facilities and computer capabilities are all available for research projects. Mechanisms are in place for handling projects requiring good laboratory practices and quality assurance/quality control.