Dr. Rohlman is an Associate Research Professor who is studying the role of environmental health literacy in helping communities better frame and respond to environmental health hazards. In a project with the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community, environmental health literacy is evaluated as a method to interweave traditional ecological knowledge and western concepts of science. In another project, Dr. Rohlman works with colleagues to design frameworks for returning data to participating communities. Dr. Rohlman works closely with the Superfund Research Program, working to bring SRP researchers and impacted communities together on collaborative projects.
Dr. Diana Rohlman received her Ph.D. in Toxicology from Oregon State University. She continued her post-doctoral training at Oregon State in the College of Public Health and Human Sciences, where she obtained a Free-Choice Learning Certificate.
In 2020 she became the director of the Community Engagement Core of the Pacific Northwest Center for Translational Environmental Health Research and the co-lead of the Research Translation Core of the Superfund Research Program.
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