“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 […]
This new video released by the Department of Environmental Health Sciences shares the student perspective on the Industrial Hygiene program. Some of our lab members are featured!
Dr. Neitzel has co-authored two papers representative of recent research in the lab. Check them out here and here.
The University of Michigan’s Center for Occupational Health and Safety Engineering funds some of the exposure science research our lab conducts. Learn more about the Center from this great new video! […]
PhD student Mozhgon Rajaee was recently bestowed the Warren A. Cook Award, which is given each year to a PhD student who has made significant contributions to industrial hygiene research. Mozhgon’s […]
As an Aspen Fellow, lab member Dr. Utibe Effiong has been raising awareness about the ongoing meningitis crisis in West Africa, and his personal experience with it. He has also […]