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Osaki Interviewed by Journal of Environmental Health

Carl Osaki, NWCPHP faculty, was one of 15 leaders in environmental health nationwide identified as "steering us into the future" by the Journal of Environmental Health, January/February 2007 edition.

Carl Osaki, Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences, School of Public Health and Community Medicine, University of Washington and faculty with the Northwest Center for Public Health Practice, was one of 15 leaders in environmental health nationwide identified as "steering us into the future" by the Journal of Environmental Health, January/February 2007 edition. Carl was interviewed on his lifelong contributions to environmental health and as the project investigator for one of the five Regional Academic Environmental Public Health Centers (RAEPHC) in the country, designed to assist local, state, and tribal Environmental Health units in developing the capacity to provide effective, state-of-the-art environmental public health programs.

 

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