- New commentary on the promises and perils of preprints out now in International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health
When are preprint releases justified during public health emergencies and when are they counterproductive?
- New paper on fetal deaths and fertility changes due to the Flint Water Crisis out now in Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology
Bio-kinetic modeling of waterborne lead exposure in hypothetical pregnant women in Flint MI (compared with Washington DC) and analysis of Vital Records data
- Exclusive interview with Tuskegee whistleblower Peter Buxtun out now in American Scientist
A federal agency allowed unethical experimentation on Black men for four decades before someone finally decided to blow the whistle.
- New paper on chlorine surveillance in Flint MI and Legionella control out now in Water Research
Plus, a decision tree to manage waterborne pathogen risks, including in low water use periods such as the COVID-19 pandemic, based on citizen data
- What can we learn from misinformation on scientific matters in the water space?
Invited article for the International Water Association.
- Opinion piece out in Undark: From Sewage Sludge, a New Perspective on the Flint Water Crisis
The 2014 lead crisis was troubling. But the science now suggests that other cities — and even Flint — have seen worse.
- New paper on the Flint Water Crisis out now in ES:WRT
Current lead levels in drinking water, corrosion control effectiveness, and becoming lead pipe free in 2021