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  • Environmental justice at the border New study puts data into hands of those affected by air pollution Photo © Phil Konstantin Learn More
  • Our 2018 DEOHS graduates Celebrating these future public health leaders Photo © Elizar Mercado Learn More
  • Creating health and safety leaders Watch this new video about our student-led research Photo © Sarah Fish Learn More
  • What's in the water? Our Superfund Research Program finds high levels of arsenic in a Tacoma-area lake Photo © Ken Burkart Learn More
  • The heat is on DEOHS student Miriam Calkins recognized by UW SPH for research on health effects of heat exposure Photo © Jose Carmona Learn More
  • Low-tech, high-impact DEOHS developing new method to diagnose TB with support from the Gates Foundation. Photo © Sarah Fish Learn More

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Latest stories

June 14, 2018
DEOHS associate professor leads effort to empower residents at the US-Mexico border to reduce air pollution

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June 14, 2018
Lecturer Tania Busch Isaksen selected as 2018 DEOHS outstanding faculty mentor

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June 12, 2018
New leaders in environmental and workplace safety ready to leave their mark on public health

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June 7, 2018
New video highlights scientific research driven by UW DEOHS students

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News

  • June 11, 2018 |
    KNKX News
    Janitors have one of the highest on-the-job injury rates of any workers. Debra Milek, adjunct associate professor and medical director of the Occupational and Environmental Medicine Clinic at Harborview, is quoted.   In the News
  • June 7, 2018 |
    King5 News
    Dairy farms battle environmentalists over manure. Professor Catherine Karr is quoted. In the News
  • June 2, 2018 |
    Health Environments Research & Design Journal
    Architecture for health is not just for healthcare architects. Editorial co-authored by Andrew Dannenberg, DEOHS affiliate professor. In the News

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