P30 Center Director Dr. Robert Wright and P30 Center Investigator Dr. Manish Arora were featured in a Washington Post article on July 11, 2016 about their research exploring the role of biomarkers, such as baby teeth, in identifying environmental exposures that occur early in life. This approach has the potential to reveal the impact of thousands of chemicals on child neurodevelopment. “No one is exposed to one chemical at a time. Everybody is exposed to clusters of chemicals at a time,” said Robert Wright, director of the Lautenberg Laboratory for Environmental Health at the Icahn School of Medicine. “Very few, if any, studies have actually addressed that.” Please click here to view the full article.