November 2016: COEH in the Media


Kirk Smith is mentioned in The Times of India article: Health Ministry to Release Declaration on Mitigating Impacts of Air Pollution for his role on the health ministry’s steering committee on air pollution.

Kirk Smith is quoted in Scroll.in: How Air Pollution Impacts the Health of Pregnant Women and Foetuses.

Marc Schenkar has been awarded $48.9 million for Communicable Disease Emergency Response from the California Department of Public Health as reported by The Davis Enterprise.

John Balmes is mentioned in The Fresno Bee: Valley Air-Quality Plan Gets a Do-Over, but More Can be Done for his role as one of two state board certified physicians on the California Air Resources Board.

Kirk Smith is quoted on Mashable: The Technology That May Finally Make ‘Clean’ Cookstoves a Reality.

John Balmes and Rachel Morello-Frosch are quoted in The Daily Californian: Research by Campus Scientists Suggests Environmental Toxins Can Accumulate in Fetuses.

Rachel Morello-Frosch is quoted in the Berkeley News: Study Finds Wide Exposure to Environmental Toxics in Cohort of Pregnant Women.

Asa Bradman is featured on the UC Berkeley School of Public Health’s site: Bradman Brings Environmental Health Background to National Organics Standards Board for his new appointment on the National Organic Standards Board (NOSB).

Asa Bradman is featured in the Berkeley News: Asa Bradman Appointed to National Organics Standards Board.

Asa Bradman is featured on the University of California site: Asa Bradman Appointed to National Organics Standards Board.

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