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Curl featured on National Public Radio broadcast

Cynthia Curl, SPPH Associate Professor

School of Public and Population Health Associate Professor Cynthia Curl was recently interviewed for “1A,” a WAMU program on National Public Radio.

As a leading researcher in the field of pesticides, Curl was interviewed about the differences between conventional and organic produce. The segment, “The USDA is making your food organic. But what does that mean?” featured several guest speakers in the food, farming and climate change space.

Curl founded and directs the Curl Agricultural Health Research Lab. Her primary interests are in assessing human exposure to agricultural pesticides and improving health and safety in agricultural workplaces. Learn more about Curl’s research on the School of Public and Population Health web page.