State Biomonitoring Grants
Washington State Department of Health
For fiscal year 2009, the Washington State Department of Health received $1,347,513.
The Washington State Department of Health set forth the following goals to build or expand its biomonitoring program:
- Focusing initially on measuring exposure to identified chemicals of concern in the general population: total and speciated arsenic (As), organophosphate (OP), and pyrethroid pesticide metabolites; and
- Using the CDC method to assess the general population’s exposure to 25 additional metals.
Environmental Lab Sciences
Shoreline, WA 98155
Lovisa Romanoff, MS
CDC Project Officer
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- Page last updated: April 7, 2017
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