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Remembering Dan Wartenberg (1952-2020)

Remembering Dan Wartenberg (1952-2020) Daniel Wartenberg We lament the passing of our close friend and valued colleague Dan Wartenberg.  Dan brought epidemiology to EOHSI, the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in New Jersey, and to the then nascent School of Public Health.  He taught epidemiology and biostatistics to medical students and helped build an epidemiology […]

Posted at 7:07 am August 24, 2020, in Awards & Achievements, Community Outreach, EOHSI Events, News, Research Highlights, Seminars, Student Programs

CROM Grand Rounds Announcement – July 31, 2020 – Speaker: Michael Pratt, MD, MPH

CLINICAL RESEARCH AND OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE GRAND ROUNDS (GRMR30) Provided by Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Department of Environmental and Occupational Medicine, and the  Rutgers School of Public Health, Center for Public Health Workforce Development    CROM Grand Rounds Seminar 7/31/20 — “Silicosis and Asbestosis: A Primer” — Michael Pratt, MD, MPH Hosted by Tina Cirillo […]

Posted at 10:53 am July 28, 2020, in Community Outreach, News, Research Highlights, Seminars

COVID-19 Pandemic: Recent Columns Published by EOHSI Member Stuart Shapiro

COVID-19 Pandemic: Recent Columns Published by EOHSI Member Stuart Shapiro, Ph.D. How risky should we be in our quest to reopen our economy quickly? Source: NJ.com COVID-19 testing failure falls primarily on Trump administration Source: TheHill.com Stuart Shapiro, Ph.D. Associate Professor Rutgers University, Bloustein School EOHSI – Environmental Health Policy

Posted at 10:52 am May 26, 2020, in Awards & Achievements, Community Outreach, Members in the News, News, Research Highlights

EOHSI Members in the News: Michael Gochfeld, MD Featured in United Way Prevention Newsletter – Is It Safe to Fly During the COVID-19 Pandemic?

EOHSI Members in the News: Michael Gochfeld, MD Featured in United Way Prevention Newsletter – Is It Safe to Fly During the COVID-19 Pandemic? MIchael Gochfeld, MD Stay-at-home orders have lifted in many parts of the country and, with that, plenty of people are trying to figure out what is (and isn’t) OK to do […]

Posted at 10:13 am May 26, 2020, in Awards & Achievements, Community Outreach, Members in the News, News, Research Highlights