Find an Expert: Science Communication Fellows

   
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Topic Areas A-Z

Air pollution / Respiratory health

Bisphenol A (BPA)

Cancer

Children's health

Climate  change

Diabetes/obesity

Electronic waste/recycling

Endocrine disruption

Environmental Epidemiology

Environmental Justice

Flame retardants

Genetics/Epigenetics

Green chemistry

Immunotoxicology

Industrial agriculture

Male reproductive health

Metals / mercury

Nanomaterials

Neurodevelopment/Behavior

PCBs/dioxins/POPs/PAHs

Perfluorinated compounds (PFCs)/stain repellents

Pesticides

Phthalates

Phytoestrogens/soy

Prenatal exposures/Pregnancy

Thyroid hormone

Toxicology

Wildlife/fish health

Women's reproductive health

Need a scientist to comment on a new study, explain new findings or shed light on the links among environment, health and green chemistry? Researchers trained as Science Communication Fellows can be valuable sources for reporters, writers and others looking for experts in a broad range of specialties.

In our Experts List, almost 50 Fellows from academic institutions in North America and Europe are listed under 30 categories that represent important topic areas in environmental health.

Environmental Health Sciences and partners sponsor the Fellows program. The complete list of Fellows is online here. Send your request for more information or for help identifying experts for other topics or for a specific geographic region to sciencefellows@ehn.org.
 




Environmental epidemiology

Beth Feingold 
Cheryl Stein 
Glenys Webster 
Virginia T. Guidry 
Kai Zhang
Joe Braun 
Heather Volk 
Giffe Johnson
Patrick H. Ryan 
Jonathan Chevrier
Kim Harley
Michele A La Merrill 
Niladri Basu
Richard W. Stahlhut

 


 

 


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Toxicology
Craig Butt 
Renee Gardner 
Tamara Tal 
Giffe Johnson
Heather Stapleton 
Adelina Voutchkova-Kosta
Michele A La Merrill
Paul Eubig
Benson T. Akingbemi
Niladri Basu
Carys L. Mitchelmore


Green chemistry

Jean-Philip Lumb 
Marty Mulvihill 
Audrey Moores

Wim Thielemans
Evan Beach 
Adelina Voutchkova-Kosta

Arani Chanda




Bisphenol A

Jennifer Wolstenholme 
Joe Braun
Emily Barrett 
Laura Vandenberg
Jonathan Chevrier
Kim Harley
Heather Patisaul 
Benson T. Akingbemi
Martha Susiargjo 
Maricel Maffini 
Sheela Sathyanarayana 
Richard W. Stahlhut


Flame retardants

Craig Butt 
Glenys Webster
Aimin Chen
Heather Stapleton 
Ami Zota 
Jonathan Chevrier
Paul Eubig 
Kim Harley
Michele A La Merrill



Metals / mercury

Beth Feingold 
Aimin Chen
Renee Gardner
Roxanne Karimi 
Jennifer Nyland
David Buchwalter
Karen Kidd 
Kathleen M. McCarty 
Niladri Basu


NSF
Nanomaterials
Marty Mulvihill 
Audrey Moores
Wim Thielemans 
Stacey Harper
 



PCBs / dioxins / POPs / PAHs

Craig Butt 
Heather Stapleton
Jonathan Chevrier
Paul Eubig
Michele A La Merrill
Negin P. Martin
Karen Kidd
Abby D. Benninghoff
Michael D. Laiosa
Richard W. Stahlhut



Perfluorinated compounds (PFCs) / stain repellents

Craig Butt Glenys Webster Abby D. Benninghoff



Pesticides

Lesliam Quirós-Alcalá 
Giffe Johnson
Jonathan Chevrier
Kim Harley
Michele A La Merrill



Phthalates

Joe Braun 
Emily Barrett
Jennifer Adibi 
Sheela Sathyanarayana
Richard W. Stahlhut

 

 

 Air pollution / respiratory health

Virginia T. Guidry 
Kai Zhang
Heather Volk 
Patrick H. Ryan
Michael T. Borchers


Cancer

Laura Vandenberg 
Kathleen M. McCarty
Michael D. Laiosa
Abby D. Benninghoff
 


Children’s health

Virginia T. Guidry 
Lesliam Quirós-Alcalá
Joe Braun
Patrick H. Ryan 
Kim Harley
Michael D. Laiosa
Sheela Sathyanarayana
Glenys Webster

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Climate change

Kai Zhang Beth Feingold  


Diabetes/obesity

Kim Harley 
Michele A La Merrill
Negin P. Martin 
Richard W. Stahlhut
 


Electronic waste/recycling

Aimin Chen    


Endocrine disruption

Lesliam Quirós-Alcalá 
Jennifer Wolstenholme 
Joe Braun
Brandon Moore 
Steven Neese 
Emily Barrett

Thea M. Edwards 
Laura Vandenberg
Ami Zota
Kim Harley
Heather Hamlin 
Karen Kidd
Heather Patisaul
Jennifer Adibi
Martha Susiargjo
Susan Nagel 
Sheela Sathyanarayana
Glenys Webster


Environmental Justice

Virginia T. Guidry 
Ami Zota
Niladri Basu  


Genetics/Epigenetics

Jennifer Wolstenholme 
Heather Volk
Kathleen M. McCarty
Niladri Basu
Abby D. Benninghoff
Martha Susiargjo
Sara Ahlgren


Immunotoxicology

Renee Gardner 
Jennifer Nyland
Michael D. Laiosa
Michael T. Borchers
 

Wisconsin DNR
Industrial agriculture
Beth Feingold Virginia T. Guidry  


Male reproductive health

Benson T. Akingbemi    


Neurodevelopment/Behavior

Cheryl Stein 
Glenys Webster
Jennifer Wolstenholme
Joe Braun
Steven Neese
Tamara Tal 
Heather Volk
Patrick H. Ryan
Jonathan Chevrier
Paul Eubig
Kim Harley 
Heather Patisaul
Niladri Basu
Sara Ahlgren


Phytoestrogens/Soy

Thea M. Edwards 
Heather Patisaul
Benson T. Akingbemi  


Prenatal exposures/Pregnancy

Lesliam Quirós-Alcalá 
Cheryl Stein
Aimin Chen
Renee Gardner
Joe Braun 
Emily Barrett
Ami Zota
Kim Harley
Jennifer Adibi
Abby D. Benninghoff
Sara Ahlgren
Susan Nagel
Sheela Sathyanarayana
Glenys Webster


Thyroid hormones

Craig Butt 
Glenys Webster
Heather Stapleton 
Ami Zota
Jonathan Chevrier
Negin P. Martin

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Water pollution
Brandon Moore 
Audrey Moores
Thea M. Edwards
David Buchwalter 
Karen Kidd
Niladri Basu
Carys L. Mitchelmore


Wildlife/fish health

Craig Butt 
Roxanne Karimi
Brandon Moore
Thea M. Edwards
David Buchwalter 
Heather Hamlin
Karen KiddNiladri Basu
Carys L. Mitchelmore 
Stacey Harper
Edward F. Orlando


Women’s reproductive health

Emily Barrett 
Ami Zota
Laura Vandenberg
Kim Harley
Heather Patisaul
Susan Nagel 
Sheela Sathyanarayana

 

Environmental Health Sciences (EHS), publisher of the daily news services EnvironmentalHealthNews.org and DailyClimate.org, partners with Science Communication Network and Advancing Green Chemistry to sponsor the Science Communication Fellows Program, which was funded from 2007 - 2012 by grants from the Kendeda Fund.