Linda Brennan, M.S.

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U.S. Army Center for Environmental Health Research (USACEHR)

Linda Brennan is a research biologist at USACEHR (M.S., environmental biology, Hood College). Her research efforts have focused on assisting in the development and in-house testing of the U.S. Army’s Environmental Sentinel Biomonitor System, which is comprised of water toxicity sensors designed to be used by soldiers to detect chemical toxicants in drinking water.

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