The World Health Organization is holding an emergency meeting in Geneva to make a fateful decision: Whether to designate the outbreak of a mysterious, pneumonia-like virus that originated in China as an international public health emergency. EHE professor, Dr. Thomas Inglesby is featured in this Washington Post article.
Q & A with recent graduate, Pranay Randad, PhD '19
This recent graduate shares what inspired him into the field, his research, and advice for future students.Learn More
PhD students conduct sampling efforts in Hurricane Florence aftermath
The field team performed a rapid-response assessment of water contamination in flooded rivers in North Carolina.Learn More
Ocean waves could provide alternative energy source
For nearly four decades, EHE research professor Umesh Korde, PhD has explored how an ocean's force—from violent thrashes to gentle swells—could be harnessed as a source of alternative energy.Learn More
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