Thank you for your interest in the St. Helens Air Quality Study. We are no longer recruiting. You can learn more about the study through our FAQs, and our recent study update.

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What is the purpose of this study?

The study is designed to collect data on air quality for residents in St. Helens and McNulty Oregon, in relation to their address. Dr. Robyn Tanguay from Oregon State University is the principal investigator. Our study is funded through the National Institutes of Environmental Health Sciences.

What does this study involve?

We asked participants in the study to wear a silicone wristband for seven days in a row, We also asked volunteers to place a stationary air sampler outside on their property during the 7-day sampling periods.

For more information about silicone wristbands as passive chemical sensors, please visit:

Silicone wristband samplers.

Air sampling kit ready to ship to a participant.

Our research team setting up an air sample in St. Helens, OR.

More info on our study FAQs

Questions about this study?

Please contact:
Diana Rohlman
[email protected]
St. Helens Air Quality Study
Principal Investigator: Robyn Tanguay, PhD | [email protected] | 541-737-3608
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The St. Helens Air Quality Study project team