The field of environmental health addresses everything from pesticide exposure and cancer prevention to consequences of agricultural injuries. The Division of Environmental Health Sciences covers these areas and many others, such as business interventions to improve worker health and safety, and environmental indicators for the Great Lakes Basin.
Major organizations such as the Environmental Protection Agency, the National Institutes of Health, and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health consistently select faculty from our division to lead critical research and training projects.
The Environmental Health Sciences directory includes biographies, awards, publications and other information for all division faculty and instructors.
Areas of Expertise
See a comprehensive listing of expertise areas for all faculty members in the school, including Environmental Health Sciences.
Our division is home to or closely affiliated with several centers that promote research, education and the implementation of programs. See a listing of all SPH Centers
Our graduate students have the opportunity to participate closely with faculty on research projects in high-quality laboratory facilities, including the Industrial Hygiene Laboratory, the Toxicology Laboratory, and the Environmental Chemistry Laboratory.