Vincent Cleveland has been working with TIFO as part of his MPH program at George Washington University investigating the correlation between the lead measurement methods at the Zamfara, Nigeria remediation site. Vince is based in Washington DC working as a biomedical engineer at Children’s National Hospital researching congenital heart disease and developing new treatment options by 3D printing and testing surgical grafts. Before coming to DC he spent three years living in Libera, West Africa as a biology professor and as the study manager for a sepsis research project. While in Liberia he worked with the local hospital staff, building their microbiology and hematology labs. He has always been interested in environmental and global health programs and joined the US Peace Corps leading environmental clubs in an Armenian middle school. Growing up in Colorado he developed a great love for outdoor adventures including backpacking, mountain biking, and white-water rafting.