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GEH Day 2018 Videos

The third annual NIEHS Global Environmental Health (GEH) Day brought together over 100 global environmental health professionals and researchers to highlight projects from around the world that translate research into action. The GEH Day Videos, now available online, features NIEHS staff opening remarks, including a brief history on the evolution of the GEH program, presentation from keynote speaker Christine McEntee, Executive Director and CEO of American Geophysical Union, and presentations from six Global Environmental Health Fellows highlighting research and projects from around the world that translate research into action.

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GEH Day 2018