Montclair State “In the News:” Sokol Science Lecture Discusses Post-9/11 Health Problems

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Steven D. Stellman

Steven D. Stellman, PhD, director of research, World Trade Center Health Registry, NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, and professor of Clinical Epidemiology, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University was the speaker for the College of Science and Mathematics' Fall 2011 Margaret and Herman Sokol Science Lecture held at Montclair State University’s Alexander Kasser Theater on November 3.

Speaking on the topic, “Persistent physical and mental health effects in World Trade Center survivors,” Stellman discussed his research into the physical and mental health problems suffered by different groups of 9/11 survivors including rescue/recovery workers and volunteers, residents of lower Manhattan, area workers, passersby, and children.

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