Two new stories published by the Graham Institute describe our April workshop, Changing the Global E-Waste Cycle. Read about our collaborations and the novel techniques used by the Public Health Innovation Studio!
Registration is now open for our April 24 event, “Changing the Global E-Waste Cycle.” Visit our registration page for more information on how to sign-up and submit a poster for the event.
Read Dr. Neitzel’s discussion of the invisible impacts of noise on individuals and communities.
Our lab is getting pretty famous here at SPH. Check-out the most recent “We Are Public Health” video on Stephanie Sayler and her asbestos work in Detroit!
Rick has been in the news a lot lately! Check out his latest interview for the University of Michigan School of Public Health’s “We Are Public Health” campaign.
Dr. Neitzel was recently interviewed for a video on his electronic waste recycling research in Thailand – hope you enjoy! Funding for this research is provided by the University of Michigan Graham Sustainability Institute.
“Noise-induced hearing loss continues to be one of the most common occupational disorders, even in workplaces where workers are protected by hearing loss prevention programs (HLPPs). Although standards and regulations vary by country, virtually all hearing loss prevention programs require several elements: the measurement of noise exposures; the implementation of noise controls to reduce noiseContinue reading “Dr. Neitzel’s team develops a tool for evaluating hearing conservation programs”
Dr. Rick Neitzel and MPH Candidate Emily Nash discuss their e-waste research in Thailand in this webinar aimed at prospective Environmental Health Sciences and Industrial Hygiene students.
Dr. Neitzel published two more papers in 2015 on small-scale gold mining operations in Ghana. Please check out here and here.
An overwhelming amount of good news is pouring out of our lab this semester: Taichi Murata, Chrystina James, Katarina Klimpel, Momo Tang, Allison Burk, and Katrina Burns are all graduating this semester with master’s degrees, and Mozhgon Rajaee is graduating with her PhD. Chrystina James will be attending UM Medical School in the fall. KatarinaContinue reading “Celebrating a successful semester for the exposure research lab”