Our department conducts research in preventive medicine, public health, epidemiology, environmental and occupational medicine, and social sciences. Pictured here is Philip J. Landrigan, MD, Chair. Read More
Children Living Near Toxic Waste Sites in Developing Countries May Experience Higher Blood Lead Levels Resulting in Lower IQ
May 6, 2013 - Mount Sinai researcher estimates that lead exposure could cause mental retardation in 6 in 1,000 children living near the sites.
Toxic Waste Sites Cause 'Healthy Years of Life Lost' for People Living in India, Philippines and Indonesia
May 4, 2013 - Mount Sinai researcher presents novel findings in environmental health at the Pediatric Academic Societies.
Philip J. Landrigan, MD, MSc, is Chair of the Department of Preventive Medicine, the Ethel H. Wise Professor of Pediatrics, and Director of the Children's Environmental Health Center. Dr. Landrigan has played a key role in developing the National Children's Study. Read More
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