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Research to Action

Institution Principal Investigator Project Title
University of Kentucky Jason Unrine, Ph.D.
Anna G. Hoover, Ph.D.
A University-community Partnership to Reduce Exposure to Disinfection By-products in Appalachia
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor Amy J. Schulz, Ph.D.
Stuart A. Batterman, Ph.D.
Community Action to Promote Healthy Environments
University of Kentucky Ellen J. Hahn, Ph.D. Radon on the RADAR
University of Alabama, Birmingham Matthew Gribble, Ph.D. Prevention of Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning in Subsistence Shellfish Harvest Communities in Southeast Alaska
Silent Spring Institute; Northeastern University Laurel Schaider, Ph.D.
Phil Brown, Ph.D.
PFAS-REACH (Research, Education, and Action for Community Health)
Emory University Michele Marcus, Ph.D. Collaborative Research and Action: Empowering an Exposed Community
Medical College of Wisconsin Matthew Dellinger, Ph.D. Gigiigooinaan (Our Fish): A New Advisory to Promote Anishinaabe Health and Wellness
Queens College Sherry Baron, M.D. Safe and Just Cleaners: Reducing Exposure to Toxic Cleaning Chemical Products Among Low-Wage Immigrant Latino Community Members
University of Arizona Paloma Beamer, Ph.D. El Trabajo no te Debe Dañar: Reduction of Hazardous Exposures in Small Businesses through a Community Health Worker Intervention
University of Southern California Shohreh Farzan, Ph.D.
Jill Johnston, Ph.D.
The Salton Sea and Children’s Health: Assessing Imperial Valley Respiratory Health and the Environment
University of Arizona Frank A. von Hippel, Ph.D. Restoring Northeast Cape for the Health and Well-being of the Yupik Communities of St. Lawrence Island (Sivuqaq), Alaska
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