1. 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
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  1. 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.
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  1. 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
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  1. What can we learn from misinformation on scientific matters in the water space?

Invited article for the International Water Association.
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  1. 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.
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  1. 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
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