►Help EHE recruit and support underrepresented minorities. Donate today! Campaign ends April 30. ►EHE alum Suzanne Martos, PhD '17, won Best Postdoctoral Publication in the 2021 SOT Awards, for a report on how tobacco can suppress the immune system.
Mining the Exposome for Environmental Links to Disease
By mapping a lifetime of environmental exposures, researchers aim to uncover causes of chronic conditions.Learn More
Hopeful Steps Toward a Rapid Saliva-based Test for COVID-19 Antibodies
A research collaboration born in the lab of microbiologist Christopher Heaney aims to scale up rapid testing to track spread of the virus.Learn More
What Our Wastewater Can Tell Us
Our wastewater—yes, the sewage that makes its way from toilets to treatment plant—contains important biomarkers that can tell researchers about a community’s diet, drug intake, and even the presence of COVID-19.Learn More
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Tenure track faculty endowed positions in the Bloomberg American Health Initiative
Application Deadline: March 15
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Defining policy and advancing understanding of the relationship between human activity and the environment
Faculty and alumni are global experts in environmental health sciences and engineering
A diverse student and faculty body fosters a rich, collaborative learning environment