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National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences


Person Details

Superfund Research Program

Madeleine Kangsen Scammell Ph.D.

Boston University
Department of Environmental Health
715 Albany St., Talbot 4W
Boston, MA 02118
Phone: 617-638-4454
Fax: 617-638-4857


Hazardous Waste Sites

50 Tufts Street

  • Boston University: Community Engagement Core
  • Boston University: Research Translation Core

Coal Tar Processing Facility (former)

  • Boston University: Research Translation Core

New Bedford Harbor Coast Guard Removal

  • Boston University: Community Engagement Core

Town of Eastham Landfill

  • Boston University: Research Translation Core


  • Pennell, Kelly G., Madeleine Kangsen Scammell, Michael D. McClean, Jennifer Ames, Brittany Weldon, Leigh Friguglietti, Eric M. Suuberg, Rui Shen, Paul A. Indeglia, and Wendy J. Heiger-Bernays. 2013. Sewer gas: An indoor air source of PCE to consider during vapor intrusion investigations. Ground Water Monitoring and Remediation.   33(3):119-126.
  • Nelson, Jessica, Madeleine Kangsen Scammell, Thomas F. Webster, David M. Ozonoff, and Rebecca G. Altman. 2008. A New Spin on Research Translation: The Boston Consensus Conference on Human Biomonitoring. Environmental Health Perspectives. 117:495-499.
  • Scammell, Madeleine Kangsen. 2005. Roots of Community Research: Primer on the Legacy of Participatory Research Partnerships. Race, Poverty & The Environment.   XINo.2:
  • Suk, William A., Maureen D. Avakian, David O. Carpenter, J.D. Groopman, Madeleine Kangsen Scammell, and C.P. Wild. 2004. Human exposure monitoring and evaluation in the arctic: The importance of understanding exposures to the development of public health policy. Environmental Health Perspectives. 112(2):113-120.

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