Wendy is the project coordinator on the community outreach and engagement team in the Environmental Health Division in the Department of Preventive Medicine at the Keck School of Medicine of USC. Wendy’s work covers a broad range of science communication; interfacing with the media, web and social media content development; and graphic design including infographics. She interfaces between scientists whose research on the health effects of air pollution supports the work of community based organizations around issues of environmental health and justice. Find out more about the Environmental Health Centers based at USC online. You can reach Wendy at firstname.lastname@example.org
Stories by Wendy Gutschow:
Air pollution linked to lung cancer survival time
USC researchers found that survival of patients in areas with high regional pollution was about three years shorter than for those in areas with lower levels of pollution.