JEH Peer Reviewers

Would You Like to Volunteer as a Peer Reviewer?

Scientific manuscripts submitted to the Journal of Environmental Health for publication consideration go through a peer review process. Peer reviewers are subject matter experts who provide constructive comments designed to help the author produce a better article, as well as provide direction on the suitability of the manuscript for publication. On average, peer reviewers conduct three to four manuscript reviews a year at the direction of the Journal’s editorial staff. 

The Journal of Environmental Health is currently in search of new peer reviewers.

Volunteer as a Peer Reviewer

Thank You to Our Peer Reviewers

The Journal of Environmental Health thanks and honors our peer reviewers whose contributions are paramount to the Journal's efforts to advance, advise, educate, and promote environmental health professionals. We sincerely appreciate their hard work, devotion to the environmental health profession, and willingness to share their wealth of knowledge and expertise.

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Technical Editorial Board

William A. Adler, MPH, RS
Retired (Minnesota Department of Health), Rochester, MN

Gary Erbeck, MPH
Retired (County of San Diego Department of Environmental Health), San Diego, CA

Thomas H. Hatfield, DrPH, REHS, DAAS
California State University, Northridge, CA

Dhitinut Ratnapradipa, PhD, MCHES
Creighton University, Omaha, NE