UNT Health Science Center joins global WHO network
Posted: 10th Feb 2014
Dr. Alisa Rich, lead UNTHSC participant to the WHO Chemical Risk Assessment Network
UNT Health Science Center has been accepted into the World Health Organization (WHO) Chemical Risk Assessment Network, a global collaboration focused on identifying and assessing the emerging health risks from chemicals in our environment.
The WHO Chemical Risk Assessment Network – comprised of public health representatives, as well as universities, governmental and non-profit organizations, non-governmental agencies and professional societies from around the world – was founded last year to provide a forum for scientific exchange and collaboration regarding chemical risks.
Serving as UNT Health Science Center's lead participant to the WHO network is Alisa Rich, PhD, MPH, School of Public Health Assistant Professor of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences. Faculty across the university will be invited to work with Dr. Rich on
topics and issues to come.
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