• The Hamner on UNC-TV: The Liver Takes It All

    Public television station's "North Carolina Science Now" series profiles The Hamner's work on creating a virtual liver model that will predict whether new drug candidates will cause drug-induced liver injury in patients

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  • The Hamner on UNC-TV: The 99% Solution

    Public television station's "North Carolina Science Now" series profiles The Hamner's work on drug safety

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  • The Hamner Shines at SOT

    Eight Hamner scientists were recognized on awards related to the 53nd Annual Meeting of the Society of Toxicology and ToxExpo

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With a commitment to innovation, public-private partnerships, and the creation of a global biosciences gateway, The Hamner strives to be "the translational research model for the 21st century."

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Course on PBPK Modeling and its Applications

The Hamner's Center for Human Health Assessment will be hosting a course on PBPK Modeling and its Applications, September 22 - 26, 2014. Please click below for details and registration info.

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