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PhD with an area of emphasis in Occupational Hygiene (OH) / Exposure Science (ES)

This is a research-based doctoral degree program for students who want advanced training in the practice of environmental public health, environmental toxicology, exposure science, infectious diseases, One Health or our customizable general track. Learn how to monitor, analyze and control exposures to chemical, physical and biological agents in hazardous chemicals in a variety of settings. Students choosing the Occupational Hygiene area of emphasis receive additional training in occupational and environmental disease and industrial hygiene.

Other degrees and areas of emphasis to consider:

PhD with an area of emphasis in Environmental Toxicology (Tox)
MS (Applied) with an area of emphasis in Occupational Hygiene (OH) / Exposure Science (ES)

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Climate change sounds ‘code red’ for health

Climate crisis gravely threatens human health, according to new Lancet Countdown report coauthored by DEOHS researchers

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How a key nutritional program adapted to the pandemic

Washington’s WIC nutritional support program served more families by increasing remote access, new UW-WIC study shows

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Finding community outdoors

DEOHS PhD student Amber Khan launches new group breaking down barriers to mountain adventure for UW students of color


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