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Volume 129, Issue No. 4 July/August 2014
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NEPHC Abstracts
The 2009 National Environmental Public Health Conference- Healthy People in a Healthy Environment sought to promote the nation's environmental health capacity by enhancing the expertise of environmental health professionals-including public health and healthcare professionals, academic researchers, representatives from communities and organizations, as well as advocacy and business groups with a primary interest in environmental public health.

In addition to being a forum for NCEH/ATSDR and its many partners to share research, scientific and program information focusing on environmental public health priorities, the conference aimed to develop and encourage innovative strategies for addressing existing and emerging issues.

The conference focused on the following eight tracks:
  1. Environmental Health Emergencies highlighted all-hazards preparedness, including anticipating, responding to, mitigating, and recovering from chemical, radiologic, and biological emergencies, natural disasters, and outbreaks.
  2. Public Health & Environmental Exposures emphasized biomonitoring, exposure pathways, health effects, and interventions and will provide an opportunity to discuss specific hazardous substances, as well as emerging toxic exposures.
  3. Healthy Places highlighted research and programs related to healthy communities, schools, and housing; indoor and outdoor air quality; land reuse and revitalization; and the built environment.
  4. Environmental Health Science and Practice provided learning opportunities about new and emerging tools for use in science, research, and programs. Sessions focused on informatics, tracking, surveillance, geospatial research, laboratory science, modeling, workforce development, capacity building, and program implementation and evaluation.
  5. Sustainability & Public Health provided a forum for discussing public health's engagement with a variety of sustainability initiatives. These included efforts to mitigate or adapt to climate change, green healthcare and energy initiatives, and other sustainability programs.
  6. Environmental Systems & Public Health promoted discussion about how changes in the earth's ecosystems affect population health and included sessions on the interrelationships between human and animal health and the environmental public health systems that monitor, control, or prevent adverse health outcomes.
  7. Posters
  8. Roundtables

The conference agenda incorporated cross-cutting issues, topics, and initiatives throughout the program, including:

  • Community capacity building
  • Effective public participation practices
  • Environmental justice
  • Faith-based neighborhood partnerships
  • Health disparities
  • Health economics
  • Health promotion, education and communication
  • Policy and program development
  • Public health and clinical practice
  • Public health law, and ethics
  • Vulnerable populations
EMERGENCIES
Environmental Health Emergencies highlighted all-hazards preparedness, including anticipating, responding to, mitigating, and recovering from chemical, radiologic, and biological emergencies, natural disasters, and outbreaks.

Public Health Emergency Medical Countermeasure Enterprise Chemical Event Data Gaps
         S. Cibulsky , US Department of Health and Human Services

Wisconsin Hazardous Substances Emergency Events Surveillance (HSEES) Data Over 15 Years; Partnerships, Frequencies, Adverse Health Outcomes, and Data Usage
         J. Drew , Wisconsin Department of Health Services'

Developing a National Toxic Substances Incident Program
         M. Orr, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry

Personal Protective Equipment Use and Respiratory Outcomes among 9/11 Rescue and Recovery Workers Enrolled in the World Trade Center Health Registry
         V. Antao, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry

Diagnosed Asthma Among Persons Exposed to September 11, 2001, Terrorist Attacks
         R. Brackbill , Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry

Current Health Status of Persons Injured in the September 11, 2001, Terrorist Attacks
         R. Brackbill , Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry

Clinical Characteristics of New Orleans Children With Asthma One and a Half Years Following Hurricane Katrina
         J. El-Dahr , Tulane University

Head-off Environmental Asthma in Louisiana (HEAL) Study—Study Objectives and Design
         P. Chulada , National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences

Psychosocial Impact of Hurricane Katrina on New Orleans Families With Asthmatic Children
         M. Lichtveld , Tulane University

Laboratory Preparedness for Radiological Emergencies: Federal Perspectives
         K. Caldwell , Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

EPA Environmental Response Laboratory Network (ERLN)
         T. Smith , US Environmental Protection Agency

Adaptive Strategies to Prevent Heat-Related Mortality: Lessons Learned From New York City, 2008–2009
         N. Graber , New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

The Heat Is On
         L. Harris-Franklin , Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services

The 2008 California Wildfires: Emergency Response Strategies to Lessen the Public Health Impact of Smoke
         S. DuTeaux , CA Air Resources Board

Community Assessment for Public Health Emergency Response Following the Winter Ice Storms in Kentucky—February, 2009
         S. Vagi , Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Post-Disaster Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Surveillance Workgroup: Lessons From Three Recent Storms
         J. Clower , Contractor, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Emergency Post-Hurricane Debris Landfills in New Orleans: More Superfund Sites?
         C. Hu , Louisiana State University

Environmental Disaster: Coal Ash Release—the Tennessee Department of Health Story
         D. Borowski , Tennessee Department of Health

Integrating Informal Drills to Improve Environmental Emergency Response—Experiences From New York City
         Tantri, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Investigation of Community Health Status Following a Release of Coal Ash Sludge in TN
         J. Roth, Jr. , Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Internet-Based Systems for Operationalizing Public Health Workforce Management During a Disaster or Pandemic
         M. Kosnett , University of Colorado–Denver and Axion Health, Inc.

Innovative Tools for EH Emergency Preparedness
         Golob, Hennepin County

Development of Epidemiologic Tools for Radiological Emergency Preparedness and Response Through Partnerships
         Martin, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Gimme Shelter: An Environmental Sanitation Response to Sheltering Operations During Hurricane Gustav
         T. Zerwekh , Memphis and Shelby County Health Department

EXPOSURES
Public Health & Environmental Exposures emphasized biomonitoring, exposure pathways, health effects, and interventions and will provide an opportunity to discuss specific hazardous substances, as well as emerging toxic exposures.

Biomonitoring Data at the US EPA's Office of Pesticide Programs: Applications, Challenges, and Research Needs
         D. Miller, US Environmental Protection Agency

Leveraging Resources to Address Problem Construction and Demolition Debris Sites
         P. Ruesch, US Environmental Protection Agency

Chinese Drywall: Federal and State Efforts and Findings to Date
         L. Wilder, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry Initiative: Construction and Demolition Debris Landfills
         L. Wilder, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry

Identification and Evaluation of Pediatric Environmental Exposures
         N. Beaudet, University of Washington

Partnerships to Address School Related Issues in EPA Region 2 (NY, NJ, PR, USVI)
         M. Galvez, Mount Sinai School of Medicine

Implementing Child Product Chemical Safety Policy—Priorities, Practicalities, and Public Health Practice
         C. Karr, University of Washington

Addressing Environmental Health Issues With Women of Childbearing Age: A Pilot Project Funded by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
         M. Mathias, Ohio Department of Health

The National Children's Study: Experience in the Field
         D. Baker, University of California–Irvine

The Role of CDC in the NCS
         Correa, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Overview of the National Children's Study
         M. Dellarco, National Institutes of Health

The NCS Pilot Study: Role of the NCEH Laboratory
         M. Mortensen, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Hazardous Emissions Associated with Air Freshener Use in Indoor Air
         L. Freed, University of Washington

Policy Issues in Air Freshener Ingredient Disclosure
         R. Scott, Alliance for Healthy Homes

Health Effects of Air Freshener and Air Care Products
         D. Wilson , University of Washington

A Public Health Focus on Infertility: An Emerging Priority
         M. Macaluso, on behalf of the CDC Infertility Working Group , Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

A Public Health Focus on Infertility: National Action Plan and Next Steps
         N. Larsen, on behalf of the CDC's Infertility Working Group , Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and SAIC (contractor)

A Public Health Focus on Infertility: Unmet Needs and Opportunities for Action
         R. Wang, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Microenvironment Exposure Weights Can Be Obtained From a Straightforward Statistical Model of Time-Location Data
         DeCastro, Westat

Perinatal Exposure to Perchlorate, Thiocyanate, and Nitrate in Mothers and Newborns
         Blount, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Chemicals Used in Personal Care Products: Biomonitoring Advances
         Calafat, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Exposure to Acrylamide and Its Metabolite Glycidamide in the General Population
         H. Vesper, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

National Report on Biochemical Indicators of Diet and Nutrition in the U.S. Population 1999–2002
         Pfeiffer, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Iodine Status of the U.S. Population, NHANES 2005–2006
         K. Caldwell, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

CDC's National Biomonitoring Program
         J. Osterloh, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Emerging Techniques in Inorganic Measurements
         Verdon, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The Results of State and Federal Efforts to Control Illicit Methamphetamine Production and Use
         N. Melnikova, ORGANIZATION MISSING

Agricultural Chemical Releases and Associated Public Health Consequences in Selected States
         P. Ruckart, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry

Using HSEES Data to Reduce Firefighter Injuries in New York State
         W. Welles, New York State Department of Health

Biomonitoring: The Advocacy Perspective
         Gratale, Trust for America's Health

Naturally Occurring Asbestos (NOA) in Context
         M. Harper, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Methods for Controlling Naturally Occurring Asbestos at Construction Projects to Protect Public Health
         J. Yetman, Fairfax County Virginia Health Department

State Smoke-Free laws: Effectively Protecting Employees and the Public from Secondhand Smoke Exposure
         M. Tynan, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Women at Risk for Higher Second-hand Smoke (SHS) Exposure During Pregnancy: Who Are They?
         G. DeLorenze, Kaiser Permanente

Secondhand Smoke Exposure Among Nonsmokers in New York
         K. Aldous, New York State Department of Health

Exposure of the U.S. Population to Secondhand Smoke Assessed Through the Use of Biomarkers
         J. Bernert, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

State Environmental Public Health Policy
         Farquhar, National Conference of State Legislatures

Understanding Emerging State Chemical Policies and Green Chemistry Initiatives
         S. Hendrick, National Conference of State Legislatures

Protecting Ecosystems and People Through Chemicals Policy: Lessons from the EU
         M. Schwarzman, University of California–Berkeley

California's Green Chemistry Initiative: Toward a Comprehensive Public Health Model of Chemicals Policy
         M. Wilson, University of California–Berkeley

Continental-Scale Variation in Soil Geochemistry: Implications for Human Exposure
         L. Woodruff, US Geological Survey

Bacillus anthracis in N. American soils: Two Long-Range Transects and Within Post-Katrina New Orleans
         Griffin, US Geological Survey

The North American Soil Geochemical Landscapes Project: Providing Data for Exposure Assessment
         Smith, US Geological Survey

Quality of Water from Private Wells in the United States, 1991–2004
         L. DeSimone, US Geological Survey

Polonium-210 in Groundwater in Churchill County, Nevada
         R. Seiler, US Geological Survey

Exposure to Fluoride, Arsenic and Uranium from Well Water in Idaho
         K. Elgethun, Idaho Division of Public Health

Presenting New Jersey Private Well Water Data to the Public
         B. Goun, New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services

Perfluorinated Aqueous Film Forming Foams (AFFF) in Municipal Wells Near Fire Fighting Training Sites
         Kelly, Minnesota Department of Health

How to Reach the Masses: Lessons Learned in Faith-Based Environmental Health Outreach
         N. Graves, University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill

A Methodology to Examine Environmental Health Disparities in Philadelphia
         S. Márquez, The University of the Sciences

Advancing the Consideration of Vulnerability Factors in Environmental Justice Analysis for Decision Making
         O. Nweke, US Environmental Protection Agency

Respiratory Health Following a Decrease in Hydrogen Sulfide Gas Emissions: Dakota City, Nebraska
         C. Cusack, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry

Is Vapor Intrusion Lurking Around Your Town's Former Friendly Neighborhood Drycleaner?
         J. George, Tennessee Department of Health

Environmental Health Surveillance Data Meets the Public Health Assessment Process
         E Hom, California Department of Public Health

Stakeholders and Vapor Intrusion
         L. Siegel, Center for Public Environmental Oversight

Lead Bullet Fragments in Venison from Rifle-Killed Deer: Potential for Human Dietary Exposure
         W. Hunt, The Peregrine Fund

Elevated Blood Lead Levels Negatively Impacts Kindergarten Reading Readiness
         P. McLaine, Johns Hopkins University

Methodological and Regulatory Issues Surrounding the Health Evaluation of Lead in Synthetic Turf
         S. Gerstenberger, University of Nevada–Las Vegas

Urinary Cadmium and Association with Bone Density in Men and Women Over 20 Years: NHANES III, 1988–1994
         R. Jeffries Birch, Westat

Blood Mercury Levels Among Consumers of Locally Caught Fish, Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Reservation
         C. Martin, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Alaska's Statewide Hair Mercury Biomonitoring Program: Results to Action
         L. Verbrugge, Alaska Department of Health and Social Services

Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) Levels in Blood in the U.S. Population, 2003–2004
         H. Zahran, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Proportionate Cancer Mortality in Methylmethacrylate-Exposed Healthcare Workers
         J. Diaz, Louisiana State University

Persistence, Patience and Partnerships: Studying Cancer Risks in TCE-Exposed Workers at the View-Master Factory
         S. Joshi, Oregon Department of Human Services

The Use of PBPK Models to Predict the Metabolism of Perchloroethylene in Children
         B. McPhail, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry

PLACES
Healthy Places highlighted research and programs related to healthy communities, schools, and housing; indoor and outdoor air quality; land reuse and revitalization; and the built environment.

Environmental Health Capacity Building: Health Impact Assessment at the Federal, State, and Local Level
         S. Heaton Kennedy, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Overcoming Challenges Facing Rural Children's Environmental Health: A Novel Community and Family-Based Approach
         Waggett, Allegheny College

Changing Home Environmental Health Behaviors—The Power of Home Based Interventions
         M. Shea, Baltimore City Health Department

Building Effective Partnerships to Promote Healthy Housing
         S. Fischbach, Rhode Island Legal Services

A Qualitative Report of the Baltimore City Transition From Lead Poisoning Prevention to Healthy Homes
         E. Maring, University of Maryland

Wisconsin Healthy Homes Program—An Overview
         B. Thompson, Wisconsin Division of Public Health

A Suite of Healthy Homes Training for Health and Housing Professionals
         S. Aceti, National Center for Healthy Housing

An Evaluation of the Health Outcomes of Green and Healthy Housing Rehabilitation
         D. Jacobs, National Center for Healthy Housing

Challenges and Opportunities in Designing Health-Promoting Zoning Code: A Case Study of TransForm Baltimore
         Greiner, Johns Hopkins University

Health and Housing Data
         M. Angeloni, Rhode Island Department of Health

American Healthy Homes Survey: The Relationship Between Pesticides Measured From Residential Floors, Pesticide Usage, and Housing Factors
         K. Bradham, US Environmental Protection Agency

Bedbugs: Working Towards an Innovative Collaborative Solution for an Ancient Public Health Problem
         L. Rossi, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Public Health Agency Response to Lead-Contaminated Drinking Water
         R. Scott, Alliance for Healthy Homes

Lead Particulate Deposition From Housing Demolition
         D. Jacobs, National Center for Healthy Housing and University of Illinois at Chicago

The Federal Lead and Copper Rule and Public Health
         Y. Lambrinidou, Parents for Nontoxic Alternatives

Lead Safe Environments for Children: A Proactive Geographic-Wellness Approach
         H. Mielke, Tulane University

Environmental Health's Final Frontier: Creating Comprehensive State Programs for Indoor Environmental Quality
         K. Foscue, Connecticut Department of Public Health

Achieving Lead Safe Housing Through the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)
         S. Harrykissoon, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Neighborhood Level Risk Analysis of Childhood Lead Poisoning in the City of Atlanta
         Vaidyanathan, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Asthma and Serious Psychological Distress: Prevalence and Risk Factors Among U.S. Adults, 2001–2007
         E. Oraka, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Managing Exposures to Indoor Asthma Triggers: A Skill-Building Institute for Health Care Professionals
         M. Surricchio, American College of Preventive Medicine

Comprehensive Use of Environmental Control Practices Among Children with Asthma
         Roy, Mount Sinai School of Medicine

Healthy Home Environments for New Yorkers With Asthma (HHENYA): Integrating Community Services With Clinical Care
         Reddy, New York State Department of Health

EPA's New Indoor AirPLUS: The Health Component of Green Building
         H. Slack, US Environmental Protection Agency

AMI Morbidity and Comprehensive Smoke-Free laws: A Multi-State Investigation
         H. Juster, New York State Department of Health

Reduced Hospitalizations for Acute Myocardial Infarction Following Implementation of a Municipal Smoke-Free Law in Pueblo, Colorado
         Nevin-Woods, Pueblo City County Health Department

Can Smoke-Free Laws Reduce Heart Attacks? Conclusions of the IOM Report
         S. Babb, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Modeling the Effects of Outdoor Use of Gasoline Powered Generators on Indoor Carbon Monoxide Levels
         S. Emmerich, National Institute of Standards and Technology

National Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Surveillance Framework
         S. Iqbal, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Attitudes About Carbon Monoxide Safety in the United States: The 2005 and 2006 HealthStyles Survey
         M. King, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Older Adult Pedestrian Injuries in the United States: What Are the Leading Causes and How Big Is the Problem?
         R. Naumann, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Physical Environmental Barriers to Community Mobility and Participation of Wheelchair Users
         J. Sanford, CATEA/Georgia Tech

Leaving a Legacy: What Elders Can Do to Create Healthy Communities
         K. Sykes, US Environmental Protection Agency

Identifying and Testing Mercury-Containing Polymer Floors: A Michigan Case Study
         Bush, Michigan Department of Community Health

Mercury-Containing Polymer Floors: Isolated Occurrences or National Issue?
         S. Jones, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry

Avoiding Environmental Hazards In the School Siting Process
         S. Fischbach, Rhode Island Legal Services

Safe and Healthy School Environments
         Rubin, Emory University

Distribution of Schools in Close Proximity to High Volume Roads in Metropolitan Atlanta
         S. Foster, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

To Play or Not to Play: Recess Air Quality Guidelines
         Martin, Utah Department of Health

Healthy Environments in Child Care and Preschools
         N. Obot Witherspoon, Children's Environmental Health Network

Why Did They Place a Daycare There? State Approaches to Safe Siting of Child Care Centers
         T. Somers, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry

CHANGE Tool: Assessing Local Level Policy, Systems, and Environmental Strategies to Create Healthy Communities
         S. Griffin-Blake, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The Steps Program: Building Healthy Communities Through Policy and Environmental Changes
         Ussery-Hall, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Ginn Group (contractor)

Steps and Strategic Alliance for Health: Supporting and Sustaining Healthy Communities
         P. Nichols, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

ACHIEVE: Cultivating and Sustaining Healthy Communities Through Strategic Partnerships
         Williams, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Creating a Connected Landscape Structure in Florida: A Focus on Human Health Benefits
         Coutts, Florida State University

Assuring Environmental Health Hazards Are Considered in Land Use Community Design Decisions
         S. Holmes, Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department

Use of Health Impact Assessment in the United States: 56 case studies, 1999–2009
         Dannanberg, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Neighborhood Food Store and Physical Activity Resource Utilization by East Harlem Children
         M. Galvez, Mount Sinai School of Medicine

Objectively Measuring Route to Park Walkability in Atlanta, GA
         J. Dills, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Health Effects of Estimated Exposure to Traffic-Related Pollutants in an Urban Area
         V. Boothe, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Current Events and Trends in Ciclovía Programs Across America
         M. Leap, University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill

Safe Routes to School: Local Programs Get Kids Active and Improve the Environment
         M. Pedroso, Safe Routes to School National Partnership

Bike Share in Chattanooga: A Corporate Cooperative Model
         P. Pugliese, Active Living and Transportation Network

A Case Study Examining the Applicability of Using Health Impact Assessment to Evaluate a Greyfield Redevelopment Project in Atlanta, GA
         Rutt, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

New Mexico Tracking and NASA Air Quality Data for User Communities
         Bales, University of New Mexico

Impact of Exposure to Urban Air Toxics on Respiratory Illness and Asthma for the Pediatric Medicaid Population in Dearborn, Michigan
         H. Le, University of Michigan

Pollution Sources and Mortality Rates across Rural-Urban Areas in the United States
         M. Hendryx, West Virginia University

The Relationship Between Rural Status, Body Mass Index, and Self-Rated Health
         T. Bethea, Boston University

Health and Environmental Perceptions in a Fence-line and a Non Fence-line Community in Louisiana
         L. Langlois, Tulane University

On the Equitable Restoration of the Healthcare Infrastructure in Post-Katrina New Orleans
         S. Verderber, Clemson University

How do African Americans in a Poor Urban Neighborhood Frame the Link Between the Built Environment and Health?
         Y. Redwood, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The County Health Rankings—Mobilizing Action Toward Community Health (MATCH)
         V. Boothe, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Impacts of Large-scale Built-Environment on the Obesity Epidemic
         X. Zhang, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Assessing Pedestrian Safety Hazards Around Georgia State University Using GIS
         Dai, Georgia State University

Measuring Residential Segregation for Public Health Research: Race, Place, and Very Preterm Birth
         M. Kramer, Emory University

Creating Healthy Places: Effective Strategies for Local Health Departments
         H. Kuiper, University of California–Berkeley

As the Crow Flies: Comparing Radial and Network Analysis of Park Service Areas
         Merriam, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Developing a Prevention Through Design National Initiative
         P. Schulte, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

PRACTICE
Environmental Health Science and Practice provided learning opportunities about new and emerging tools for use in science, research, and programs. Sessions focused on informatics, tracking, surveillance, geospatial research, laboratory science, modeling, workforce development, capacity building, and program implementation and evaluation.

An Idiopathic Environmental Illness-like Syndrome in Children: Diagnostic and Management Dilemmas
         Woolf, Children's Hospital, Boston

America's Children and the Environment: Development of New Children's Environmental Health Indicators
         D. Axelrad, US Environmental Protection Agency

Accuracy of Lead Level Measurement Using Oral Fluid
         L. Gardner, Emory University

Building Global Children's Environmental Health Capacity: Partnership in Vietnam
         Karr, University of Washington

An Overview of NASA Public Health Projects Using Remote Sensing
         S. Estes, National Aeronautics and Space Administration/USRA

Estimating Particle Sulfate Concentrations Using MISR Aerosol Properties
         Y. Liu, Emory University

Integration of Dust Prediction Systems and Vegetation Phenology to Track Pollen for Asthma Alerts in Public Health
         J. Luvall, National Aeronautics and Space Administration

International Pediatric Environmental Health Leadership Institute
         R. Etzel, International Pediatric Association

Integrating Environmental Health Into Pediatric Healthcare
         L. McCurdy, National Environmental Education Foundation

From Advancing Science to Improving Prevention
         P. Sutton, University of California–San Francisco

Developing a Public and Friendly Environmental Public Health Tracking Network
         Charleston, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Selection and Refinement of Integrated Environmental Health Data for Internet Queries
         M. Bekkedal, Wisconsin Division of Public Health

Creating a Holistic Approach for Children's Environmental Health in West Michigan
         M. Hultin, Michigan Department of Environmental Quality

EPA Lessons Learned: West Michigan Children's Environmental Health (CEH) Initiative
         M. Suero, US Environmental Protection Agency

Environmental Health Indicators Work Group of West Michigan
         Boyd, Sustainable Research Group

Air Quality Indicators for EPHT: Why, What and How
         F. Dimmick, US Environmental Protection Agency

A Comparison of Annual Average PM2.5 Monitored and Modeled Concentrations
         Vaidyanathan, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Methodologies for Environmental Public Health Tracking of Air Pollution Effects
         F. Yip, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Addressing Community Concerns and Generating Hypotheses Using Environmental and Health Tracking Data
         S. Condon, Massachusetts Department of Public Health

The Utility of the National Environmental Public Health Tracking Network for Informing Public Health
         E. Hummelman, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Developing Distance Learning for Pediatric Health Professionals
         K. Jenkins, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry

Promoting Public Health by Revitalizing Environmental Health Fellowship Programs
         J. Moran, Arkansas Department of Health

Canadian Nurses Environmental Health Collaboration from Coast to Coast to Coast
         H. Swirsky, Mount Sinai Hospital

Poisoned Fruit: The Rising Consumption and Waning Regulation of Imported Produce
         P. Woodall, Food and Water Watch

National Institute for Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering (NIBGE), Faisalabad, Pakistan
         T. Ali, National Institute for Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering, Pakistan

Building Capacity for Community Participation in Local Lead Coalitions
         K. Korfmacher, University of Rochester

Decision Points in Response to a Small Area Cancer Inquiry Using Multifarious Data Sources
         L. Harduar Morano, Florida Department of Health

The Use of Multiple Geospatial Algorithms to Identify a Cluster of a Rare Cancer in Pennsylvania
         V. Seaman, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry

Environmental Antecedents and Contributing Factors: Preliminary Data From the EHS-Net Foodborne Outbreak Study
         Monteilh, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and TKCIS (contractor)

The Impact of Local Environmental Public Health Capacity on Foodborne Illness Morbidity in Maryland
         J. Zablotsky, US Department of Agriculture

Determination of Cr(VI) in Air Monitoring Filters by HPLC-ICP-MS After Ultrasonic Extraction
         R. Wolf, US Geological Survey

Application of an Integrated Testing Strategy to the US EPA Endocrine Disruptor Screening Program
         Willett, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals

Developing Greener Technology for Cotinine Biomonitoring Programs
         L. Pack, Association of Public Health Laboratories

Shifted Health Effects in Animals Exposed to Psychological Stress and Toxicants
         P. Tucker, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry

Pesticides and National Strategies for Health Care Providers in the Educational and Practice Settings
         Liebman, Migrant Clinicians Network

Research to Practice Adaptation: Lessons Learned in Translating an Effective Asthma Home Visiting Program to Public Health Practice
         P. McLaine, Johns Hopkins University

Development of a Model of Environmental Translational Research for Cancer Prevention
         Orenstein, Cornell University

SUSTAINABILITY
Sustainability & Public Health provided a forum for discussing public health's engagement with a variety of sustainability initiatives. These included efforts to mitigate or adapt to climate change, green healthcare and energy initiatives, and other sustainability programs.

Health Co-Benefits from Reducing Transportation Emissions: Evaluating Bicycling Scenarios for 11 US Midwestern Cities
         M. Grabow, University of Wisconsin–Madison

Paying a Higher Price: Association Between Gas Price, Vehicle Travel, and Air Quality
         T. Boehmer, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Public Health Impacts of Climate Change in Washington State: Projected Mortality Risks due to Air Pollution
         C. Karr, University of Washington

Framing Climate Change as a Public Health Issue: The Reactions of Six Audience Segments
         E. Maibach, Center for Climate Change Communication

Physician Knowedge on Climate and Health
         M. Sarfaty, Thomas Jefferson University

Possible Impacts of Low Frequency Wind Turbine Noise on Public Health
         R. Messing, Minnesota Department of Health

Building the Linkage Between Clean Energy and Green Chemistry: No Time Like the Present
         M. Wilson, University of California–Berkeley

Heat Vulnerable Communities and Climate Change
         H. Margolis, University of California–Davis

Increasing Frequency of Extreme Heat Events in Sprawling U.S. Cities
         B. Stone, Georgia Institute of Technology

Vulnerable Communities and Climate Change: Air Pollution in Metro NY
         K. Knowlton, Natural Resources Defense Council and Columbia University

Potential Health Impacts of Climate Variability and Change: Assessing the Weight of Evidence
         Oluyomi, University of Texas

Climate Crisis and Chronic Disease: Common Causes, Common Solutions
         J. Stein, Greater Boston Physicians for Social Responsibility

The Upstream Approach to Climate Change and Public Health: Building an Empowerment and Health Equity Framework
         K. Lyons-Eubanks, Multnomah County Health Department

Uniting the Clans: Building Capacity to Tackle Climate Change and Public Health in the States
         G. Marinucci, Association of State and Territorial Health Officials

An Action Plan for Public Health—Initial Recommendations for Involving Public Health in Climate Change Policy
         R. Salsburg, Public Health Law & Policy

Healthy Communities and the Central Corridor Light-Rail Transit Line
         J. Kelly, Minnesota Department of Health

Redesigning the Food System for Public Health and Sustainability
         M. Conard, Columbia University

Go Green, Get Healthy: An Agency-wide Effort Toward Sustainability
         K. York, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Healthy Food, Healthy Connections: Emory's Sustainable Food Initiative
         P. Barlett, Emory University

Greening From Within: Translating Internal Sustainability Initiatives Into Innovations in Environmental Health Services
         Houghton, Adele Houghton Consulting, LLC

The Impact of Sustainability for Program Capacity
         J. Ralph, Northrop Grumman

Drought in Georgia: Public Health Response
         Kagey, Georgia Department of Community Health

Watershed Management and Sustainability: A Holistic Approach to Water Quality Attainment
         M. McNutt, Cuyahoga County Board of Health

Disinfection Performance of Iron (VI) for Wastewater Disinfection, Reuse, and Wetland Restoration: Public Health Implications
         Skaggs, Tulane University

Minneapolis Sustainability Initiative, Focusing Local Government Action on Environmental Health
         Huff, City of Minneapolis

SYSTEMS
Environmental Systems & Public Health promoted discussion about how changes in the earth's ecosystems affect population health and included sessions on the interrelationships between human and animal health and the environmental public health systems that monitor, control, or prevent adverse health outcomes.

Local Public Health Departments and Industrial Food Animal Production: Using the Ten Essential Services Framework
         J. Fry, Johns Hopkins University

Rapid Assessment of Subsistence Fishing Patterns in Urban Communities
         K. Korfmacher, University of Rochester Medical Center

Human Health Benefits and Risks Associated With Consumption of Farmed and Wild Shrimp and Red Drum
         J. Leffler, South Carolina Department of Natural Resources

Contaminants in the Traditional Foods of the Yupik People of St. Lawrence Island, Alaska—Exposure Pathways, Collaborative Interventions, and Prevention
         P. Miller, Alaska Community Action on Toxics

Bacteroides—A Better Indicator to Determine Fecal Contamination
         D. Miskowski, EMSL Analytical, Inc.

Using the Social Ecological Model to Influence Water and Sanitation Behaviors
         R. Goldberger, Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium

Domestic Well Water Quality Data and Reports for the Tracking Network: USGS and CDC Collaboration
         Vaidyanathan, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Collecting Geography for Drinking Water Quality Tracking
         Wolff, California Environmental Health Tracking Program

Coastal Ecosystem Services and Human Health and Well-Being
         S. Lovelace, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Introduction to Ecosystem Services: Our Life-Support System and Key to Well-Being
         L. Jackson, US Environmental Protection Agency

Dissemination of Ecosystem Data Through Tracking Network: Challenges and Opportunities
         Vaidyanathan, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The Role of Vegetation in Mitigating Human Exposure to Urban Air Pollution
         Nowak, US Department of Agriculture

Community Based Fish Consumption Advisory Case Study—Saginaw River, Michigan
         S. Manente, Michigan Department of Community Health

Pictures and Spoken Words: Doing Needs Assessment with Limited English Proficiency Populations
         T. Eshenaur, Minnesota Department of Health

Hook, Line, and Sinker: Developing, Delivering, and Testing Fish Advisory Messages for Latinas
         M. Keating, Duke University

Community Based Approaches for Fish Advisory Outreach
         Maloney, Wisconsin Division of Public Health

Connecticut's Supermarket Outreach Program: A Collaborative Project With the Retail Food Industry
         S. Rusnak, Connecticut Department of Public Health

Recreational Exposure to Microcystins During Algal Blooms in Two California Lakes
         L. Backer, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Wet & Healthy: Health Benefits of Aquatic Activity
         Becker, Washington State University

Contribution of Company Networks and Social Contacts to Risk Estimates of Between-Farm Transmission of Avian Influenza
         J. Leibler, Johns Hopkins University

Predictors of Triatoma infestans Infestation and Chagas Disease
         M. Christenson, University of Wisconsin–Madison

Wildlife, Wildlands and Infectious Diseases
         P. Farnese, University of Saskatchewan

HealthScapes: A Web Resource for Visualization and Analysis of Infectious Disease
         M. Hahn, University of Wisconsin–Madison

Environmental Policy and Livestock Production: The Role of EQIP in Water Quality and Health
         M. Bailey, Tufts University

Emerging Concerns With MRSA: Industrial Food Animal Production and Antibiotic Resistance
         M. Davis, Johns Hopkins University

Filthy Feed: The Risky and Unregulated Practice of Feeding Poultry Litter to Cattle
         L. McKenna, Food Animal Concerns Trust

Public Health Hazard From Hydrogen Sulfide Emissions at a Dairy CAFO in Minnesota
         R. Messing, Minnesota Department of Health

Harmful Algal Bloom Illness-related Surveillance System (HABISS)
         L. Backer, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The PNW HAB Bulletin: Early Warning for the Razor Clam Fishery in Washington State
         Hickey, University of Washington

Gulf of Mexico HAB: Beach Conditions and Health Information Hotline
         K. Nierenberg, Mote Marine Laboratory

CyanoHAB Risks in Florida: Developing Appropriate Public Health Response Strategies
         Reich, Florida Department of Health

The BEACHES Study: Health Effects and Exposures from Non-Point Source Microbial Contaminants in Subtropical Recreational Marine Waters
         L. Fleming, University of Miami

How Do Organic Aggregates Contribute to the Persistence of Aquatic Pathogens?
         M. Lyons, University of Connecticut/Old Dominion University

Climate Change Impacts on Harmful Algal Blooms That Cause Shellfish Toxicity
         S. Moore, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Modeling Bacterial Transport in Nearshore Waters
         P. Roberts, Georgia Institute of Technology

Detecting and Tracking Pathogens in Coastal Waters to Reduce Public Health Risks
         J. Stewart, University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill

Improving Shellfish Safety by Understanding the Genetics of Vibrio parahaemolyticus
         M. Strom, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Understanding Spatio-Temporal Dimensions of Environmental Assessments in Foodborne Illness Outbreaks Associated with Leafy Green Produce
         M. Baloch, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The Role of Environmental Assessments in Understanding Systems in Which Food and Waterborne Illness Outbreaks Occur
         K. Delea, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Malaria and Deforestation in Mâncio Lima, Brazil
         S. Olson, University of Wisconsin–Madison

The U.S. EPA's Interdisciplinary Research Initiative on Biodiversity and Human Disease
         M. Pongsiri, US Environmental Protection Agency

POSTERS

Case Study of Outdoor Wood Boiler Impacts in a Residential Development
         K. Groetsch, Michigan Department of Community Health

The Chemical Safety Board's Role in the National Infrastructure
         M. Gomez, US Chemical Safety Board

Sacramento County's Color-Coded Food Safety Rating System—2008 Samuel J. Crumbine Award Recipient
         A Enriquez, Sacramento County Environmental Management Department

Preliminary Assesment of Cyanotoxin Occurrence in Freshwater Lakes and Reservoirs of the United States
         K. Loftin, US Geological Survey

Research-Based Approach to Improving NCEH's and ATSDR's Web Presence
         W. López, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry

East Cleveland Health and Development Initiative
         M. Halko, Cuyahoga County Board of Health

Characterization of Post-Katrina Indoor Allergen Exposures Among New Orleans Children With Asthma
         L. White, Tulane University

Promising Strategies for Addressing the Intersection of Violence, Healthy Eating and Physical Activity
         Lyles, Prevention Institute

Application of a PBPK Model to Estimate Chloroform Exposures in Humans
         D. Moffett, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry

State Smoke-Free Laws: Evidence of Effectiveness and Status
         M. Tynan, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry

Federal Regional Response Team Draft Guidance on the Use of Poison Control Centers in Region 6
         P. Young, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry

Healthy Environments Through Land Use Policy: Experiences from LA County Department of Public Health
         J. Armbruster, Los Angeles County Department of Public Health

A 21st Century Transportation Agenda for Health, Equity, and Environmental Quality
         L. Cohen, Prevention Institute

The Pediatric Environmental Health Toolkit: From Pilot Study to Multi-Media Training Programs to Clinical Use
         M. Miller, University of California–San Francisco

Using the Social Ecological Model to Influence Water and Sanitation Behaviors
         R. Goldberger, Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium

Housing Policy for Older and Disabled People: The Missing Piece
         E. Smith, Concrete Change

CAR-Null Mice Demonstrate Sensitivity to Parathion
         L. Mota, Clemson University

What Size Asbestos Fibers Are the Most Important for Predicting Human Risk of Lung Cancer and Asbestosis?
         L. Stayner, University of Illinois–Chicago

Who Has Carbon Monoxide Alarms in Mecklenburg County?
         S. Saha, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

A Sustainability Evaluation of Water and Sanitation Interventions After Hurricane Mitch, 7 Year Review
         R. Sabogal, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Children's Health Issues and Chemicals Policy Reform
         M. Marty, US Environmental Protection Agency

Polychloriated Biphenyls in Breast Milk: Application of a PBPK Model for Site Specific Evaluations
         Welsh, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry

Challenges with EPA's AQS System: Extraction, Management and Usability for Environmental Epidemiology Research
         T. Delcour, Tulane University

Development of an Operational Forecasting System for Harmful Algal Blooms
         R. Stumpf, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Overview of Public Health Issues Related to Construction and Demolition Debris Landfills
         M. Colledge, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry

Presentation of Sparse and Sensitive Health Effects Data: Optimizing Data Utility and Protecting Confidentiality
         H. Strosnider, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Interactive Animations to Aid Community Understanding of Environmental Exposures and Toxicokinetic Principles
         Moffett, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Government and Stakeholder Collaboration to Prevent and Control Obesity in California
         Abramsohn, California Department of Public Health

Installing “10-year” Smoke Alarms in Fire Safety Programs: Do They Really Last 10 Years?
         J. Wilson, National Center for Healthy Housing

Five Mile Creek—A Brownfield Success Story
         L. Bing, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry

Safe & Healthy Homes (SHH): Embarking on Lead Poisoning Primary Prevention
         H. Binns, Northwestern University

Protecting Public Health During the Midwest Floods
         S. Casteel, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry

Rainwater Harvesting System With GIS-Aided Resources Conservation Planning
       
  Y. Chiu, Jin Wen University of Science and Technology

Disasters and Health and Healthcare Disparities
         J. Davis, University of South Carolina

Chemical risks Associated With Consumption of Shellfish Harvested on Oakland Bay, Washington
         Diaz, Washington State Department of Health

Summary of Results of the Duwamish Valley Regional Modeling and Health Risk Assessment, Seattle, Washington
         Palcisko, Washington State University

Children's Consumer Products
         S. Hendrick, National Conference of State Legislatures

Marine Mammals as Sentinels of Ocean and Human Health: A Baseline Study of Algal Toxins on the US West Coast
         E. Frame, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Youth Education and Outreach on Environmental Health Factors for Breast Cancer
         T. Greene, JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc.

Estimating the Probability of Elevated Arsenic Concentrations in Pennsylvania Groundwater
         E. Gross, US Geological Survey

MN Experience using cPAH Potency Equivalence: “Fingerprinting” of PAHs in Sediments
         C. Herbrandson, Minnesota Department of Health

Heavy Metals in Urban Community Gardens: Analysis of Risk to Gardeners in West Philadelphia
         J. Hirsch, University of Pennsylvania

Identification of the Point of Departure for a Chronic Oral Minimal Risk Level for Cadmium
         L. Ingerman, SRC, Inc.

Review of Soil Lead Near Hazardous Waste Sites and Blood Lead Levels in the People Living Near Them
         D. Jackson, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry

Building Capacity for Community Participation in Local Lead Coalitions
         K. Korfmacher, University of Rochester Medical Center

Center for Environmental Analysis Global Pediatric Asthma Program
         J. Kraemer, Southeast Missouri State University

Skills, Competencies and Future Challenges for Environmental Health Practitioners and Administrators
         S. LaFollette, University of Illinois–Springfield

REACHing To Healthier Anishnaabek: Promoting Healthy Native Communities in Michigan
         S. Laing, Michigan Public Health Institute

Cancer Mapping With webDMAP in Utah
         Stroup, University of Utah

Maternal Residential Proximity to Traffic and Adverse Birth Outcomes: 4 Utah Counties, 2000–2006
         R. Calanan, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Recreational Spaces and “Green Health”
         V. Lowerson, University of California–Irvine

Use of the National Poison Data System for National Public Health Toxic Exposure and Illness Surveillance
         Martin, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Developing the Future Environmental Health Workforce
         J. Neistadt, National Association of Local Boards of Health

Environmental Factors and the Modifying Effect of Cigarette Smoke Associated With Asthma Severity Among Adults in New England
         K. Nguyen, Connecticut Department of Public Health

Analytical Method for Assessing Formaldehyde Exposure in Humans
         M. Ospina, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Estimation of the Lung Cancer Risk from Indoor Exposure to Radon in Bulgaria
         Z. Paskalev, Balkan Academy of Science, Bulgaria

Policy Change Is a Catalyst for Increasing Active Travel to School and Reducing Barriers
         M. Pedroso, Safe Routes to School National Partnership

Bringing Science to End Users: Natural Disaster Scenarios to Increase Resiliency
         S. Perry, US Geological Survey

MRSA Surveillance in the Environment: Methods, Validation and Implications
         Peterson, Johns Hopkins University

Environmental Health Perspectives on Climate Change
         Ratnapradipa, Southern Illinois University

Bring Your Own Bag to the Garden Market—A Sustainable Worksite Campaign
         Rentz, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Break the Cycle of Environmental Health Disparities
         Rubin, Emory University

Using the PEHSU Model for Building Children's Environmental Health Global Networks: Chile
         Rubin, Emory University

Typology of Park Users: Using Cluster Analysis to Categorize Urban Park Users
         Rutt, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Case Study Analyses of a Framework for Determining a Mutagenic Mode of Carcinogenic Action
         Salinas, SRC, Inc.

Characterizing Risk to Populations Near Contaminated Lands
         R. Schafer, American Association for the Advancement of Science/US Environmental Protection Agency Fellow

Methods to Incorporate Hospital Discharge and Air Monitoring Data Into an EPHT
         Shankar, Tulane University

The First Puerto Rico Children's Environmental Health Conference: Lessons Learned and Best Practices
         R. Stephenson, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry

Engaging Community Members Living Near an Historic Asbestos Site in Pennsylvania
         Werner, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry

Massachusetts Department of Public Health Statewide Surveillance of Health Concerns and Toxic Algae Blooms Project
         S. Condon, Massachusetts Department of Public Health

Speciation of Arsenic, Selenium, and Chromium in Wildfire Ashes and Soils by HPLC-ICP-MS
         R. Wolf, US Geological Survey

Assessment of Indoor Environmental Factors among Persons With Asthma—2006 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) Adult Asthma Call-back Survey (ACS)
         H. Zahran, National Institute for Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering, Pakistan

Describing Threats to Asthma Control in the Home Environment for Children With Asthma—A Comparison of Two Methods
         Wasilevich, Michigan Department of Community Health

Influence of Training and Previous Experience on the Self-Efficacy of Environmentalists
         McCormick, University of Alabama–Birmingham

Field Evaluation for Testing Correlation Between Lead Concentration in Household Dust and Soil Lead Values
         Morrison-Ibrahim, Indiana University Purdue University - Indianapolis

International Geographic Variations in Breast Cancer Incidence and Its Possible Association With Dietary Fat Consumption
         Y. Wei, Mercer University

Barriers to Community–Institutional Partnerships in Environmental Health: Trust Is Not Enough
         Feinberg, For A Better Bronx

Miscellaneous Chemicals Associated With Work-Related Asthma—California, Massachusetts, Michigan, and New Jersey, 1993–2002
         J. Mazurek, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Dose Response Assessment Methods to Inform Environmental Policy: An Application of Bayesian Hierarchical Models
         J. Lam, Johns Hopkins University

Human Exposure to Dioxin-Like Compounds in Fish, Eggs and Soil
         L. Dykema, Michigan Department of Community Health

ROUNDTABLES

A Systematic Review of Home-Based Environmental Interventions in Improving Asthma Morbidity
         D. Crocker, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Planning a Nation-wide Toxicology Registry: ACMT's Toxicology Investigators Consortium (ToxIC)
         P. Wax , University of Texas–Southwestern

Criteria for a Health Community: Environmental Justice and Sustainability
         Y. Anderson , North Carolina Central University

How to Strengthen Partnerships of Local, State and Federal Resources
         Ansari , Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Environmental Public Health: Emerging Leaders in Sustainability
         Houghton , Adele Houghton Consulting, LLC

Biomonitoring—Is Your State Doing It?
         D. Lee , California Department of Public Health

An Exploratory Study of Mercury Release Data With Biomarkers of Neurodevelopmental Disorders in Children
         S. Faber , The Children's Institute

Development of a Multi-State/Agency, Collaborative, Confined Animal Feeding Operation Bio-monitoring Study; Can we do it?
         G. Carlson , Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services

 
 

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