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Exposome Small Molecule Core Facility

Post Doctoral Fellow Dr. Greg Raspanti received his MPH in Environmental Health and his Ph.D in Environmental Health and Toxicology at the UMD School of Public Health.  Dr. Raspanti has a particular interest in the impact of combustion related household air pollution (CRHAP) on human health among highly exposed global populations. Dr. Raspanti was drawn to environmental health because of his experience with the United States Peace Corps in Moldova.  Dr. Raspanti works in the Exposome Small Molecule Core Facility where he supervises High Performance Liquid Chromatography Tandem Mass Spectrometry (HPLC-MS/MS) analysis of environmental chemicals in biologic and environmental samples. 


MIEH400 - Introduction to Global Health