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Impacts of Weatherization on Microbial Ecology and Human Health
Grant Number R835757
RFA: Indoor Air and Climate Change (2014)
Presentation (7)
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Presentation Brown GZ. Impacts of weatherization on microbial ecology and human health. Presented at the Healthy Buildings America Conference, Bolder, CO, July 19-22, 2015. R835757 (2016)
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Presentation Brown GZ. Impacts of weatherization on microbial ecology and human health. Presented at the American Institute of Architects' (AIA) Design and Health Research Consortium, Alexandria, VA, April 12-13, 2016. R835757 (2016)
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Presentation Brown GZ. Impacts of weatherization on microbial ecology and human health. Presented at the ACI National Home Performance Conference and Trade Show, Austin, TX, April 4-7, 2016. R835757 (2016)
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Presentation Brown GZ. Impacts of weatherization on microbial ecology and human health. Presented at the The 5th Annual SLOAN MoBE (Microbiology of the Built Environment) Conference, University of Colorado Boulder, Boulder, CO, June 1-3,2016. R835757 (2016)
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Presentation Kline, J., “The Impact of Weatherization on Microbial Ecology and Human Health” presentation of BioBE Center’s EPA funded project, US EPA Science to Achieve Results (STAR) Indoor Air & Climate Change Progress Review Meeting and Webinar. Washington, D.C. December 2016. R835757 (2017)
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Presentation Vandegrift, R., and Van Den Wymelenberg, K.G., “Biology & Buildings:Indoor Environments & Human Health.”, American Institute of Architects Design & Health Research Consortium. AIA National, Detroit, Michigan. March 2017. R835757 (2017)
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Presentation Green, J. L., Van Den Wymelenberg, K. G., “Emerging Perspectives on Exposure Assessments:A retrospective and research agenda from a large center”, The 5th Conference of Microbiology of the Built Environment, Boulder, CO. June 2016. R835757 (2017)
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