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Dr. Susan Shaw

Dr. Susan Shaw, founder and executive director of the Shaw Institute, died peacefully at her New York City home with her loving wife, Cynthia Stroud, by her side, after battling a long illness. She was 78 years old. Susan was an environmental health scientist, marine toxicologist, professor and author. She...
NEW YORK CITY, NY
Bangor Daily News

Pioneering environmental health scientist Susan Shaw has died at age 78

BLUE HILL, Maine – Susan Shaw, a pioneering environmental health scientist, toxicologist and author dedicated to researching ocean pollution, toxic chemicals and plastics in Maine and beyond, died late last month. Shaw lived in Blue Hill since 1989, but had moved back to New York City recently. She died...
BLUE HILL, ME
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MERI founder Susan Shaw dies at 78

BROOKLIN — As a child in Texas, the late Marine Environmental Research Institute founder Susan Shaw would go down hills standing on the seat of her bike. The environmental health scientist and Brooklin resident passed away Jan. 27 after an illness. She was 78. “As a child, she was...
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In Memoriam: Dr. Susan Shaw—Advocate for Firefighter Cancer Safety

Dr. Susan Shaw died peacefully at her New York City home. Founder of the Shaw Institute, she authored numerous studies about the environmental causes of cancer and other health problems associated with a wide range of pollutants ranging from microplastics in the oceans to fire retardants in furniture. To the...
NEW YORK CITY, NY
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‘Behind the Desk’ with Susan Shaw

Go “Behind the Desk” with the talent of News 8 and Storm Team 8. Our web-exclusive series gives viewers an inside look at our on-air team as they talk about their history in the world of television — how they got here, where they struggled and why they continue to work hard to deliver the news and weather content that West Michigan needs.
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