Hear new voices of radon-induced lung cancer survival woven throughout the Symposium. Be inspired by how three Keynote Speakers diagnosis and recovery shifted personal passions to an action planBe a part of their plan and take away new tools to increase radon testing and mitigation in your service area.  You will discover new directions for radon policy, emerging technical advances in measurement and mitigation, and cutting-edge radon science and research.  Visit  the  Trade Show featuring radon and business-related companies offering useful and interesting products and services.
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Michele Monti

CDC Environmental Health Tracking Branch
Michele Monti is an epidemiologist for the CDC National Center for Environmental Health, Environmental Health Tracking Section with responsibilities for national surveillance of environmental contaminants associated with chronic diseases, especially drinking water contaminants, pesticides and radon. She has a Master of Public Health (MPH) degree from Virginia Commonwealth University and a Master of Science in Environmental Sciences from the University of Virginia.