Take a look over the horizon with us at the latest research on the environment and health.
EHN.org has partnered with the Science Communication Network to bring new knowledge, science, and perspectives from emerging scientists across the country.
Be proactive; get smart. Before anyone else, learn from leading experts on these topics what is affecting your health and our planet.
About this science series
Each year, up to 10 outstanding researchers in the fields of green chemistry / engineering and environmental health sciences are selected as Science Fellows. You bring a wide range of experience and a deep understanding of various disciplines, which we capture here in a series of articles, interviews and videos.
Take a tour of the latest articles and videos from our series on our website. Well worth your time ….
Meet the Science Fellows
Raquel Chamorro-Garcia, PhD. University of California, Santa Cruz
Michael Wentzel, PhD. University of Augsburg
Meghan Rebuli, PhD. UNC Chapel Hill
Fenna Sillé, PhD. John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Peter Byrley, PhD. US EPA
Miranda Spratlen, PhD. Columbia University
Tom Bruton, PhD. Green Science Policy Institute
Genoa Warner, PhD. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Reuben Hudson, PhD. College of the Atlantic
David Belair, PhD. Celgene
Jessie P. Buckley, PhD. John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Christian Schäfer, PhD. University of Massachusetts Boston
Ashley Malin, PhD. Icahn School of Medicine on Mount Sinai
Natalie O’Neil, PhD. Beyond benign training in green chemistry
Applications for the Science Communication Fellowship 2021-2022 are now possible!
The Science Communication Fellowship is a nine-month program for PhD students who want to maximize the impact of their work for the benefit of public health and the environment, and who want to share their passion for science. The fellows are selected from the fields of green chemistry / engineering and environmental health sciences and work in academia and government.
The emphasis of the program is on the skills necessary to safely and effectively engage with the range of nonscientists Fellows will encounter in their careers as they share rapidly evolving research on environmental health and green chemistry.
Find out more about the program here.