Two successful thesis defenses

Two Boston University School of Public Health graduate students who have contributed greatly to the BUSRP have successfully defended their theses. Kate Hoffman worked extensively on Project 2. In May, she defendedPolyfluoroalkyl Chemicals and Learning Disabilities: Epidemiology and Exposure Assessment. Jessica Nelson was a key organizer of the 2006 Boston Consensus Conference on Human Biomonitoring, a major undertaking of the BUSRP Research Translation Core. This month, Jessica defended Analyzing Biomonitoring Surveillance Data on Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals for Population Exposure Patterns and Health Outcomes.

June 23, 2010