In Support with Communities: Early Career Equity and Environmental Health Perspectives
Online in Zoom
Online in Zoom

This talk will take listeners through a series of environmental health research studies that have been contextualized by early career equity experiences. Projects to be discussed include work done in the United States and Nigeria. Dr. Nwanaji-Enwerem is an MD-PhD-MPP candidate in his final year at Harvard Medical School and Harvard Kennedy School and Harvard Kennedy School, and a postdoctoral research fellow in Environmental Health Sciences in the School of Public Health, UC Berkeley. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa, Valedictorian from Morehouse College with a BS in Biology, and earned his PhD in the Harvard University Biological Sciences in Public Health program. He is an NIH National Research Service Award Principal Investigator and a Paul & Daisy Soros Fellow. His present research examines the topics of environmental exposures, health biomarkers, and science/health/environmental public policy.

Integrated Health Sciences Core of M-LEEaD (Michigan Center on Lifestage Environmental Exposures and Disease)

In Support with Communities: Early Career Equity and Environmental Health Perspectives

Environmental Research Webinar, presented by Jamaji C. Nwanaji-Enwerem, PhD

icon to add this event to your google calendarMarch 2, 2021
12:00 pm - 12:50 pm
Online in Zoom
Online URL: https://umich.zoom.us/j/94665814826
Sponsored by: Integrated Health Sciences Core of M-LEEaD (Michigan Center on Lifestage Environmental Exposures and Disease)
Contact Information: Meredith McGehee (mcgehee@umich.edu | 647-0819)

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This talk will take listeners through a series of environmental health research studies that have been contextualized by early career equity experiences. Projects to be discussed include work done in the United States and Nigeria. Dr. Nwanaji-Enwerem is an MD-PhD-MPP candidate in his final year at Harvard Medical School and Harvard Kennedy School and Harvard Kennedy School, and a postdoctoral research fellow in Environmental Health Sciences in the School of Public Health, UC Berkeley. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa, Valedictorian from Morehouse College with a BS in Biology, and earned his PhD in the Harvard University Biological Sciences in Public Health program. He is an NIH National Research Service Award Principal Investigator and a Paul & Daisy Soros Fellow. His present research examines the topics of environmental exposures, health biomarkers, and science/health/environmental public policy.