• 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


  • Striving for 21st century toxicology

    The Hamner and the EU's Joint Research Centre publish a new report on how toxicity pathway concepts can be applied in chemical safety assessment


  • Dr. Paul Watkins Selected for Agilent Award

    IDSS Director receives Thought Leader Award in recognition of his ongoing work developing integrated methods to predict drug-induced liver injury


The Hamner performs cutting-edge research to improve chemical and drug safety and speed the development of new breakthrough medicines.

The Hamner Institutes for Health Sciences brings together safety assessments for chemicals and drugs, world-class education and training, and accelerated technology development on a single, multidisciplinary campus in the heart of North Carolina's Research Triangle.

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."


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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