Naturalist Nights: Health Implications of Developing Oil and Gas in Residential Areas

About the Speaker

Lisa McKenzie is an Associate Professor of Environmental and Occupational Health at the Colorado School of Public Health on the University of Colorado Denver’s Anschutz Medical Campus. An environmental epidemiologist by training, Dr. McKenzie’s research focuses on the impacts of environmental stressors and interventions on health outcomes. Her research has contributed to the understanding of how exposures resulting from the development of oil and gas resources affect the public’s health. Her studies are among the first on this topic to appear in the published literature. As a recognized national expert on the public health impact of oil and gas development, she has served on and participated in, by invitation, numerous national boards and workshops concerning the public health implications of oil and gas development. The United States Congress, the Colorado Legislature, and the Denver Metropolitan Regional Air Quality Council have invited Dr. McKenzie to testify on her research findings.

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Naturalist Nights: Health Implications of Developing Oil and Gas in Residential Areas

January 25 & January 26, 6pm

Upcoming Dates:

January 25, 2023 from 6–7pm

January 26, 2023 from 6–7pm

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