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Your Environment. Your Health.

Progress Reports: City University of New York (CUNY): Atlantic Emerging Technologies & Industrial Hygiene Training Center

Superfund Research Program

Atlantic Emerging Technologies & Industrial Hygiene Training Center

Project Leader: Elizabeth A. Geltman
Grant Number: R25ES027082
Funding Period: 2016-2020
View this project in the NIH Research Portfolio Online Reporting Tools (RePORT)

Progress Reports

Year:   2018  2017  2016 

Elizabeth Geltman and her team have made progress this year on the Research Education Program, which focuses on occupational health and safety management practices and skills in the areas of emerging technologies.

This year, they have completed development a YouTube video titled, "Green Chemistry: Finding Safer Alternatives for Occupational Applications." The project has also developed five courses on the two campuses, several presentations, book chapters in "Environmental Health in the 21st Century: From Air Pollution to Zoonotic Diseases," and a conference proceeding Advancing a "One Health" Approach to Promote Health at the Human- Animal-Environment Interface. The project published its data concerning radon, mold, soil vapor and other environmental conditions associated with Superfund and Brownfields sites on LawAtlas. Here, the data can be accessed for free.

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