Philippe Grandjean

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Philippe Grandjean (PMI environmental tobacco smoke Group, c. 1992): 1992

Biographical Information

"Philippe Grandjean was born in Denmark in 1950. He graduated with his MD from the University of Copenhagen at age 23, and six years later he defended his doctoral thesis on the ‘Widening perspectives of lead toxicity’. He became Professor of Environmental Medicine at the University of Southern Denmark in 1982. A Fulbright Senior Scholarship award brought him to Mt.Sinai Hospital in New York, and he later served as Adjunct Professor of Neurology and Environmental Health at Boston University. In 2003, he became Adjunct Professor of Environmental Health at Harvard University. In 2004, he received an unusual recognition – the Mercury Madness Award for excellence in science in the public interest, from eight US environmental organizations."[1]


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  1. harvard Philippe Grandjean, organizational web page, accessed June 1, 2014.
  2. Healthy Child Healthy World Advisory Board, organizational web page, accessed June 13, 2014.