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 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.