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Mitch Singal Excellence in Occupational and Environmental Health Award

The Mitch Singal Excellence in Occupational and Environmental Health Award, co-sponsored by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health and the National Center for Environmental Health/Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, was established in 2010. The Mitch Singal Award recognizes a current EIS officer for excellence in an oral presentation that best exemplifies the effective application of public health epidemiology to an investigation in the area of occupational or environmental health.

Recipients

  • 2018 Occupational exposure to carbon disulfide in an artificial casing manufacturing plant — United States, 2017. Reed Grimes
  • 2017 Occupational and Take-Home Lead Exposure Associated with a Lead Oxide Manufacturing Plant—North Carolina, 2016. Jessica L. Rinsky
  • 2016 Cleanliness is Next to Breathlessness: Asthma and Other Health Problems Related to a New Cleaning Product Among Hospital Staff—Pennsylvania, 2015. Megan Case
  • 2015 Parking Prices and Walking and Bicycling to Work in U.S. Cities. Geoffrey Whitfield
  • 2014 Workplace Secondhand Smoke Exposure Among Nonsmoking Women of Reproductive Age—United States, 2010. Candice Johnson
  • 2013 Impact of Aerial Insecticide Spraying on West Nile Virus Disease—North Texas, 2012. Duke J. Ruktanonchai
  • 2012 Pyrrolizidine Alkaloid Toxicity as the Cause of Unknown Liver Disease—Tigray, Ethiopia (2007–2011). Danielle E. Buttke
  • 2011 Unprecedented Outbreak of Acute Childhood Lead Poisoning—Zamfara State, Nigeria, 2010. Carrie A. Dooyema
  • 2010 Surveillance and Prevention of Occupational Injury Deaths—Wyoming, 2003–2007. Paul Anderson
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