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 […]
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 […]
“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 […]
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 […]
Mozhgon Rajaee successfully defended her PhD dissertation yesterday. Her dissertation, titled “Mercury exposure, cardiovascular health, and pulmonary function in a small-scale gold mining community in Northeast Ghana,” helped fill gaps […]