Welcome to CAFEH!

CAFEH, the Community Assessment of Freeway Exposure and Health Study, serves as the larger umbrella for 4 related community-based participatory research (CBPR) air pollution studies. These projects have full participation of the community partners in all aspects of the science including: developing the proposal, leading the study, collecting, analyzing and interpreting the data. 

The CAFEH partnership combines community and academic resources to advance scientific understanding of the health risks of highway pollution. We hope our findings will inform policymakers about the risks of siting new housing, schools or playgrounds next to highways and help to identify measures to reduce exposures. Please click on the links below to learn more about our constituent research projects:

 

 

 

 

 

 

CAFEH is on Tufts MEDICINE Magazine!

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Tufts University President Anthony Monaco at a recent meeting with a diverse group of collaborators on the CAFEH project (March 27, 2014) 

Tufts University President Anthony Monaco at a recent meeting with a diverse group of collaborators on the CAFEH project (March 27, 2014)

Short Film About CAFEH Study

During the Fall 2011, a group of Tufts University students enrolled on the Producing Films for Social Change course were assigned the task of producing a environmentally-themed film. The final work product was Highway to Health.Take some time to watch this very informative short film about the CAFEH Study.

CAFEH featured in Somerville Neighborhood News

wig on highway

**WNPR Radio: Air Pollution and Public Health (9AM-10AM, Jan 14th)** http://www.cpbn.org/program/where-we-live

@ Connecticut Public Broadcasting Network