What We’re Reading: Lab Week Edition

What We're Reading: Lab Week Edition | www.aphlblog.org

 

Although we like to think every week is a time to show our appreciation for laboratorians everywhere, this week has been deemed Medical Laboratory Professionals Week — or Lab Week, as it’s come to be known.  While laboratories have taken the week to celebrate their staff in a variety of ways, APHL has celebrated their work on our blog and social networks.  This year we chose to focus on the work of environmental laboratorians.  Who are they?  What exactly do they do?  And what’s APHL’s next big move in environmental health?

These laboratorians shared their journeys into environmental laboratory science:

Scientist? Actress? Or President?  By Laurie Peterson-Wright, Chemistry Program Manager, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
– An Outdoor Enthusiast Finds a Career in Environmental Health By Henry Leibovitz, Ph.D., Chief, Environmental Sciences, RI State Health Laboratories
– Discovering the Link Between Environmental Health and Public Health By Kathryn Wangsness, Chief, Office of Laboratory Services, Arizona State Public Health Laboratory

Introducing APHL’s Meeting Community Health Needs through Environmental Laboratories project:

– My Earth Day — My Community — An introduction to this new grassroots project
– What are Environmental Justice Communities and how can Laboratory Testing Protect the Most Vulnerable? — A guest post by our partner, Dr. Jalonne L. White-Newsome, Federal Policy Analyst, WE ACT for Environmental Justice
– More on the Meeting Community Health Needs through Environmental Laboratories project

 

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