The second session "Early Life Exposures - Long-term Health Consequences: Session 2, Metals and Metal Mixtures" features SRP grantees Dr. Robert Wright (Harvard University) and Dr. Rebecca Fry (UNC-CH) and their work with early exposure to metals and the resulting developmental effects. To better understand the neurodevelopmental consequences of exposure to mixtures of lead, manganese, and arsenic, Dr. Wright is conducting three cohort studies of metals and neurodevelopment among populations of children in Bangladesh, Mexico
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Contact information for this course: Justin Crane
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