Samantha M. Hall (Sam Hall)
PhD Candidate in Integrated Toxicology & Environmental Health, 2017 - present
I'm a fourth-year PhD student at Duke studying environmental toxicology, with the goal of improving both human and environmental health. My research focuses on environmental pollutants such as PFAS and flame retardants. Currently, I am studying PFAS concentrations in placenta, dust, and water.
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Student, Basic Science Departments
, School of Medicine
, Environmental Sciences and Policy
, Nicholas School of the Environment
BS, Duke University, 2015 - Biology and Environmental Sciences
Postbac Researcher at NIH/NIEHS, 2015-2017 - Toxicology and Toxicokinetics
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