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Based on your answers we would recommend:MS (Applied) with an area of emphasis in Environmental Toxicology (Tox)
This is an accelerated, 15-month, 52-credit program for students who plan to pursue practice-based careers in private industry or federal, state or local government agencies. Learn how chemicals affect human health and the environment, applying principles of biology, chemistry, and epidemiology.
Other degrees and areas of emphasis to consider:MS (Thesis) 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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DEOHS undergrads investigate West Nile virus, antibiotic resistance and animal control
Environmental Health majors present their research at the UW School of Public Health Undergraduate SymposiumLEARN MORE
DEOHS PhD student named UW Magnuson Scholar
Joe Lim honored for his academic performance and research on the impact of early life exposure to toxic chemicals on diabetesLEARN MORE
Mitigating the health threats of wildfire smoke
Claire Schollaert, the 2023 DEOHS Outstanding PhD Student, shows how forest management can improve community health by reducing wildfiresLEARN MORE
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Wastewater Surveillance for Emerging Infectious Diseases: Optimization and Implementation of Methods
PhD | Environmental and Occupational Hygiene (EOHY)
2023 | John Meschke
Emerging Domoic Acid Concerns: Arctic Food Web Contamination, Age-Associated Susceptibility, and Pathologies Following Chronic, Low-Level Exposure
PhD | Environmental Toxicology (Tox)
2023 | Thomas M. Burbacher
Variability in Normalization Methods of COVID-19 Wastewater Surveillance
MPH | Environmental and Occupational Health (EOH)
2022 | John Meschke
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