Advisory Boards

CEEH External Advisory Boards

We are very fortunate to have several talented and dedicated individuals who help guide the work of the Center. The external Science Advisory Board is made up of current and past Directors or Core leaders of other NIEHS EHS Core Centers. They attend our annual retreat and take part in an annual meeting to review our progress and make suggestions for new initiatives and improvements. Our Community Outreach and Ethics Core is guided by input from our Community Advisory Board. This board is made up of leaders in the community who represent the various stakeholder groups that COEC serves.

External Science Advisory Board:

John Groopman, PhD, Board Chair, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Melissa Bondy, PhD, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center,

Deborah Cory-Slechta, PhD, University of Rochester Medical Center

Charlene McQueen, PhD, US EPA Integrated Systems Toxicology Division

Curtis Omiecinski, PhD, Penn State University

Ivan Rusyn, PhD, Texas A&M University

Robert H. Waterston, MD, PhD, University of Washington School of Medicine

Community Advisory Board:

Dana Riley Black, Director, Center for Inquiry Science

Janice Brendible, Tsimshian Educator

BJ Cummings, Duwamish River Cleanup Coalition (DRCC/TAG)

Nicole Sadow-Hasenberg

Angie Hong, UW Environmental Health major, Class of 2014

Sally James, NW Science Writers, SCCA

Adib Jamshedi, Lummi Ventures

Elise Miller, Exec Director, Collaborative on Health and the Environment

Maureen Munn, Project Director, GenOM, UW

Maria Victoria Peeler, Hazardous Waste and Toxics Division, Dept. of Ecology

Janna Rolland, Board Past-President, Washington Toxics Coalition

Barbara Rose, Outreach & Training Design, NW Center for Public Health Practice

Nancy Sedlacek, Science teacher, Yelm Extension School

Valerie Segrest, Nutritionist, Muckleshoot Tribal School/Traditional Foods Project

La Belle Urbanec, President Emeritus, Indigenous Women in Science Network

Jen Wroblewski, Program Manager, Public Engagement, Northwest Association for Biomedical Research

Jay Young, Social Studies teacher, Wenatchee High School