Julia Brody

last updated 7/22/2018

Julia G. Brody

Executive Director and Senior Scientist at Silent Spring Institute

Location:
320 Nevada Street, Suite 302, Newtonville, Massachusetts, United States
HQ Phone:
(617) 332-4288

General Information

Work Experience

Executive Director - Child Health and Development Studies

Education

A. B.Harvard University

PhD

PhDSilent Spring Institute

PhDUniversity of Texas at Austin

Affiliations

Principal Investigator - Breast Cancer and the Environment Research Program

Advisor To the California Breast Cancer Research Program - Environment Research Centers and the Breast Cancer Fund

Advisor To the California Breast Cancer Research Program - National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences Breast Cancer

Science Advisor - California Breast Cancer Research Program

Scientific Advisory Committees - National Breast Cancer Coalition

Network's Member - Scholars Strategy Network

Recent News  

Women's History Month: Honoring MBCC Women | Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition

Silent Spring Institute Executive Director Dr. Julia Brody explains, "Ellen Parker is a visionary.
Silent Spring Institute Executive Director Dr. Julia Brody explains, "Bev Baccelli is a powerhouse of activism plus heart.

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Steering committee | CBCRP

Julia G. Brody, Ph.D.
Executive Director Silent Spring Institute

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Endocrine Disruptors in Products: Thanks to Silent Spring Institute! | Protect Our Breasts

For a little background...two weeks ago, Gabrielle and I went to the Beyond Pesticides conference at Yale University and were delighted to hear and meet Julia Brody, the Executive Director of Silent Spring Institute.
Since our inception, Protect Our Breasts has shared the critically important research contributions of this organization. Even our little launch video mentioned their work. When we told Dr. Brody of our initiative to share with young women information about everyday products that contribute to breast cancer, she was genuinely enthusiastic and encouraged us to communicate the results of their recent study published online March 8th in the peer-reviewed journal, Environmental Health Perspectives.

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