Received funding from the Health Impact Project, a collaboration of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and The Pew Charitable Trusts with funding from The Kresge Foundation, to conduct Maryland's first health impact assessment (HIA) of an intermodal freight project.
Published Window Replacement and Residential Lead Paint Hazard Control 12 Years Later in the Environmental Research journal in January, 2012.
NCHH and its network of training partners trained more than 2,600 people through its National Healthy Homes Training Center.
Created the Grassroots Advocacy Network for Healthy Housing, which supports healthy housing advocacy at the state and local levels.
Published findings from a study on the health impacts of a green and healthy housing rehab in Minnesota in Public Health Reports in May 2011.
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