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Your Environment. Your Health.

Global Environmental Health Day 2017

Global Community Empowerment Through Community-Engaged Research
September 15, 2017
NIEHS

Workshop Documents

Purpose

Global Environmental Health (GEH) research addresses pressing environmental health problems and aims to improve the lives of the most vulnerable populations, both in the United States and around the world. GEH Day served as an opportunity to bring together NIEHS staff and RTP area researchers, students and organizations to explore GEH research in the Triangle area and areas for collaboration and future work. This event's speakers emphasized community engaged research efforts and successes.

Meeting Agenda

An Agenda (1MB) is available.

Contact

Betsy Eagin

betsy.eagin@nih.gov
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