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"Lead and Child Development or Why the CDC Should Lower The Blood Lead Action Level From 10 to 2 mcg/dL". Out of Harm's Way: Preventing Toxic Threats to our Children's Health. Sponsor WPSR. October 15, 2005. Spokane, WA

"Children: The Health Effects of A Small Dose of Chemicals". Children and Their Environment. Public Health - Seattle & King County Environmental Health Division. Seattle, WA. June 25, 2005

"Converging Issues: Lead, Ethics, and Our Children's Potential". Department of Psychology and Center for Developmental Psychobiology, SUNY, Binghamton University Binghamton, NY. April 29, 2005.

"Child Development and Social Responsibility". Children's Environmental Health - ENVH 517a. Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences, University of Washington. April 28, 2004.

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