Dearborn Environmental Health Research to Action (EHRA, pronounced ‘era’) for Air Quality is a community-based research project concerned with cumulative environmental health exposures and related health inequities in Dearborn.

People in Team

Our Team
Dr. Natalie Sampson
Assistant Professor of Public Health, University of Michigan-Dearborn
Dr. Carmel Price
Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of Michigan-Dearborn
Karima Alwishah
EHRA Coordinator
Sara Gleicher
Steering Committee Member

Sara Gleicher is a project manager at Beaumont Health and a member of the steering committee representing Healthy Dearborn.

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“It all starts with you, when it comes to our planet, the environment and endangered animals – it’s all because of us, and only we can fix it. Thanks for your hard work!”

Nick Donovan

“I have been with the team for almost a year now, and I am happy about the progress. We need more volunteers of course. So, if you support the idea of our organization, welcome.”

Molly Jones

“The biggest concern of mine has always been the danger that we put animals into. It is now possible to change the situation with your help and the effort that you guys apply!”

Julia Smith

“We often think that the world doesn’t need us, that someone else is going to take care of its issues. However, it’s us who influence positive or negative things. Start now.”

Mark Hamilton

“This is one of the best and most successful eco projects today. I am lucky & proud to be a part of it, and I want to encourage everyone to go ahead and participate in it!”

Alexis Dawn

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