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Jane Hoppin


Dr. Hoppin is an environmental epidemiologist whose research focuses on understanding the impacts of chemical exposures on impacted communities. She currently has on-going research in Costa Rica evaluating the human health impacts of pesticides on women and children. In North Carolina, she is the principal investigator of the GenX Exposure Study (, a prospective cohort study focusing on PFAS (per and poly fluoroalkyl substances) exposures from drinking water among people living in the Cape Fear River Basin.


ScD Harvard School of Public Health

SM Harvard School of Public Health

BS University of California, Davis


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