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Elizabeth Glass Geltman is an Associate Professor at the CUNY School of Public Health and a Lecturer of Environmental Science and Policy at the Johns Hopkins University. She is the chair-elect of the Law Section of the American Public Health Association and the Principal Investigator and Director of the Atlantic Emerging Technologies & Industrial Hygiene Training Center, a research and training center funded by the NIH Superfund Research Program under #1R25ES027082-01 that focuses on environmental health risks associated with radon, PCBs and soil vapor. Prof. Geltman is the author of seventeen books on environmental and natural resources law and policy.

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