New podcast episode: COVID-19 and wildfire smoke on wildland firefighters

Impacts of COVID 19 and Wildfire Smoke

In our latest podcast, we bring our focus to the impacts of COVID-19 and wildfire smoke on wildland firefighters. Dr. Luke Montrose is an environmental toxicologist and Assistant Professor in the Department of Community and Environmental Health at Boise State University, with research interests in public health, epigenetics and chronic illness, particularly as it relates to vulnerable and understudied populations. Dr. Montrose’s research aims to translate basic science into practical clinical and community solutions to enhance public health.

This talk was originally given during our weekly Spring and Fall Science Seminar Series. In addition, we have provided additional resources from Dr. Montrose’s talk and our upcoming 2021 Spring Symposium addressing climate change.

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Impacts of COVID-19 and wildfire smoke on covid 19