Veterinary workers, farm animal handlers, aquaculture workers and others who work closely with animals are at high risk for on-the-job injuries and illnesses.
A UW climate-change researcher dedicated to her students’ success was selected as the 2018 outstanding faculty mentor by students in the Department of Environmental & Occupational Health Scienc
We’re proud of the 48 students in the UW Department of Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences (DEOHS) who graduated this weekend! We can’t wait to see what our graduates will do next.
DEOHS graduates are tomorrow's health and safety leaders. We’re celebrating our soon-to-be 2018 graduates with this new video featuring promising research led by our students this year.
Nothing about Lake Killarney’s idyllic appearance hints at the potential cancer risk lying below the surface.
PhD, Environmental and Occupational Hygiene
What if a simple oral swab could help eliminate a disease that kills nearly 2 million people every year?
I see toxic chemicals everywhere.