On June 14, 2012, with shockingly little attention from the press, one of the world’s most modest, public-spirited, and quietly influential scientists passed away. This program recalls her diligent analysis and persistent truth-telling, about factors like pollution and radiation the affect communities’ health.  This mathematician’s contributions to public health will be missed.  Dr. Rosalie Bertell, biometrist, epidemiologist, and founder of the International Institute of Concern for Public Health is remembered on this week’s WINGS

ON WINGS | August 4, 2012 | 2:30 pm

Rosalie Bertell

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On June 14, 2012, with shockingly little attention from the press, one of the world’s most modest, public-spirited, and quietly influential scientists passed away. This program recalls her diligent analysis and persistent truth-telling, about factors like pollution and radiation the affect communities’ health.  This mathematician’s contributions to public health will be missed.  Dr. Rosalie Bertell, biometrist, epidemiologist, and founder of the International Institute of Concern for Public Health is remembered on this week’s WINGS

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