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I'm Sarah Haines, a graduate student studying environmental science at The Ohio State University. My current research involves looking into microbial growth in carpet dust under varying relative humidity conditions but I am also involved on numeroud other projects. I received my undergraduate degree from OSU in environmental engineering in May of 2017 and have been working in Dr. Karen Dannemiller's lab since spring of 2016. I am also a member of the Ohio State University where you can find me rocking out the flute Tuesday and Thursday nights.

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Indoor microbiome sampler (vacuum adapter)

by nshapiro 3 months ago | 3 | 105 views | 2

Indoor microbiome sampler (vacuum adapter) By Gabby Reich, Sarah Haines, Karen Dannemiller, ...

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'Smartphone App for Residential Testing of Formaldehyde' Paper published (Open Access)

by nshapiro 5 months ago | 5 | 220 views | 7

We're excited to announce that the exposure chamber validation and field test of our open-source ...

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