Magali Blanco, MS
Graduate Research Assistant
Blanco is a Research Assistant and PhD student currently working on projects related to pesticide drift exposure. Her Master’s thesis focused on developing a novel method of drift characterization using real-time particle monitoring in agricultural settings. Blanco is interested in expanding this work to larger communities using exposure modeling.
Blanco, M. Real-Time Particle Monitoring of Pesticide Drift from Two Different Orchard Sprayers, 2018 MS Thesis, University of Washington.
PhD, Environmental and Occupational Hygiene at the University of Washington - In Progress
MS, Environmental and Occupational Health at the University of Washington