Eunha Hoh, PhD, Associate Professor of Environmental Health, has been selected to receive a “100 Inspiring Women in STEM Award” from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine. This award is presented to 100 women who inspire others in their STEM fields and the new generation of young women.
INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine describes Hoh as follows:
“As a researcher focused on identifying diverse environmental pollutants, Dr. Hoh has developed a novel analytical approach for detecting a broad range of organic chemicals in marine animals, human breast milk, and third-hand tobacco smoke. She is currently the principal investigator of two studies- one involving bio-accumulative compounds in blubber from bottlenose dolphins, and the other, an approach for assessing toxicity of tobacco product waste and the risks posed by third-hand smoke exposure.”