Environmental Health Science

Environmental Health Science Research

The Environmental Health Science faculty has expertise in drinking water quality, the health effects of air pollution, climate change and health, controlling infectious diseases, and the prevention of work-related injury and illness.

Our research is focused on:

  • Environmental determinants of vector transmitted and neglected diseases;
  • Environmental risk factors and population health;
  • Exposure assessment;
  • Interventions, both to understand processes and to demonstrate outcomes in a variety of public health challenges;
  • Injury prevention;
  • Medical laser health and safety;
  • Occupational exposure assessment and control;
  • Remote sensing technology;
  • Surface water quality; and
  • Worker, environmental, and social justice as they interact with health and well-being.
EHS Faculty Published Research