|Alison Sanders, PhD candidate in Dr. Rebecca Fry's lab, receives 2013 NC Impact Award|
Allie is being recognized for her research on prenatal exposure to toxic metals through a study of pregnant women in six North Carolina counties. Her work represents a step towards the use of prenatal biomonitoring to protect newborn health in North Carolina and has also influenced a statewide screening program for prenatal lead exposure.
Allie, a doctoral candidate in Dr. Rebecca Fry's lab, was also a 2011 GEAB Impact Award recipient for her work to raise awareness of arsenic contamination in private well water in North Carolina.
|Last updated April 11, 2013|