PFAS Article Receives ISES Award for Best JESEE Paper of 2019

We are thrilled to announce that the article, “PFAS Drinking Water Guideline Levels: The Role of Scientific Uncertainty, Risk Assessment Decisions, and Social Factors,” in the Journal Of Exposure Science And Environmental Epidemiology, co-authored by Alissa Cordner, Vanessa Y. De La Rosa, Laurel A. Schaider, Ruthann A. Rudel, Lauren Richter, and Phil Brown, has been selected to receive the 2020 ISES Award for Best Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology (JESEE) Paper for the year 2019. The award will be presented in the virtual awards session at this year’s ISES annual meeting in September. 

This paper is a result of the long-standing collaboration between the Social Science Environmental Health Research Institute and Silent Spring Institute.

JESEE is the official journal of the International Society of Exposure Science (ISES). Approximately 100 articles are published annually in 6 issues.  Author Lauren Richter, is a PhD in Sociology from Northeastern, and now is Assistant Professor at Rhode Island School of Design, and author Vanessa De La Rosa is a past postdoc at SSEHRI’s T32 Training Program, and now is Assistant Professor at the ‎Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine in New Mexico. FIrst author Alissa Cordner is Associate Professor of Sociology at Whitman College and Co-Director of SSEHRI’s PFAS Project Lab.Last author Phil Brown is Director of SSEHRI and Co-Director of SSEHRI’s PFAS Project Lab.

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