The Wise Laboratory of Environmental and Genetic Toxicology

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The Wise Laboratory of Environmental and Genetic Toxicology has received a 5-year, $1,628,180 Research Project Grant (R01) from that National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences.
The Wise Laboratory is pleases to announce its manuscript entitled "Global Mercury and Selenium Concentrations in Skin from Free-Ranging Sperm Whales (Physeter macrocephalus) has been accepted for publication in the journal: Science of the Total Environment.
The Wise Laboratory is pleases to announce two manuscripts have been accepted for publication.
The Wise Laboratory is pleased to announce that three of its doctoral student successfully defended their Ph.D. dissertations and will graduate in May.
Dr. Wise and Johnny Wise with an Alligator
The Wise Laboratory of Environmental and Genetic Toxicology has launched a new collaboration with Dr. Louis Guillette, Jr. of the Medical University of South Carolina and with the Kennedy Space Center
We are please to announce our newly published book chapter entitled "Skin Biopsy Applications in Free Ranging Marine Mammals: A Case Study of Whale Skin Biopsies as a Valuable and Essential Tool for Studying Marine Mammal Toxicology and Conservation".
Dr. Hong Xie was just awarded a grant from National Institutes of Health. Titled "The Synergistic effect and Mechanism of Arsenic on Chromium (VI) Carcinogenesis."
The Gulf of Mexico Voyage's Leg 2, offically launched on June 7th.
2012 Gulf of Mexico Voyage is under way.
Wise Laboratory Team of Researchers and Students
A group of researchers and students from the Wise Laboratory spent 70 days in the Gulf of Mexico, during the summer of 2011.

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