Environmental Health Law
The Center studies the effects of environmental factors on the public's health and the role of law/policy in addressing those risk and protective factors. Center faculty work with federal, state, and local governments, agencies, and NGOs.
Research / Perspective Papers
- Engagement of scientists with the public and policymakers to promote alternative methods
- The Humane Research and Testing Act: Advancing science by creating a new Center for Alternatives at the US National Institutes of Health
- Establishing a communication and engagement strategy to facilitate the adoption of the adverse outcome pathways in radiation research and regulation
- An examination of radon awareness, risk communication, and radon risk reduction in a Hispanic community