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- MS, Biology, Central Michigan University
- Michigan State University, Kellogg Biological Station
- BS, Biology, University of Michigan
- Health risks of contaminants in seafood
- Use of risk assessment in policy and decision-making
- Community-based participatory research to assess and address environmental contamination
- Managing toxic substances in surface and drinking water
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