Fellowships Awarded: 2005, 2004
Keeve Nachman earned his BA degree from Johns Hopkins University and an MHS from the Bloomberg School of Public Health. This is his second year as a CLF Fellow. His doctoral work concentrates on the environmental and public health impacts associated with exposure to arsenic used in the industrial production of poultry. Mr. Nachman brings his knowledge of environmental health policy analysis and environmental risk assessment methods to the study of factory farms. He will be analyzing arsenic concentrations in raw poultry house waste, pelletized waste sold as fertilizer, ash left from incineration of waste, and soils amended with waste. Mr. Nachman’s doctoral advisors are Thomas A. Burke, PhD, MPH, Professor and Associate Chair, Health Policy and Management, Ellen K. Silbergeld, PhD, Professor, Environmental Health Sciences.