Our Environmental Health Seminar series for winter quarter is now under way.
It was at the height of California’s worst drought on record that Esther Min saw for herself the power of data to help low-income families.
“OK, who do we have next?”
A group of 15 air pollution experts—including three scientists from the UW Department of Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences (DEOHS)—say recent changes made by the US Environmental Pro
Professor, UW Department of Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences
Adjunct Professor, UW Departments of Medicine and Pathology
I recently found leftovers in my fridge that were close to a week old—right on the line between acceptable and sketchy.
David Kalman, PhD
Professor and DEOHS Chair Emeritus
1978; served as department chair 1998–2014.
The UW Department of Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences (DEOHS) will consolidate into two campus buildings in summer 2020, including the new University of Washington Population Health
As Central Washington became choked with wildfire smoke last summer, Dr. Mark Larson grew so concerned about air quality measures in Kittitas County that he couldn’t sleep for 10 days.