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Phil Brown

The Social Science Environmental Health Research Institute addresses environmental health concerns through interdisciplinary and collaborative work. SSEHRI works on the following areas: creating collaborations between life scientists and social scientists; integrating comprehensive doctoral training in environmental sociology with the sociology and anthropology department; networking environmental health communities with faculty and students for research and internships; expanding biomonitoring and air/dust monitoring, including innovative methods of reporting data to participants; developing, applying, and studying the use of low-cost tools for community-based environmental monitoring; and serving as a campus-wide resource for environmental health.

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