New mapping tool developed by EDGE members helps City of Seattle prioritize equitable access to COVID-19 vaccination
A symposium to be held May 1-3 will bring together people from wide-ranging sectors to address the problems of aircraft noise and emissions.
The EDGE Center supports five new projects spanning a range of disciplines and approaches aimed at improving our understanding of environmental health.
DEOHS Professor Lucio Costa retires after 39 years at the UW and a research career focused on the links between diseases and exposure to pesticides, air pollution and other chemicals
DEOHS and Duwamish River Community Coalition join new program engaging Latino and Indigenous youth in community climate impacts
DEOHS Professor Scott Meschke and coauthors recommend national wastewater surveying system to detect disease outbreaks in new National Academies report
DEOHS Assistant Professor Marissa Baker shares how she collaborates with communities to create safer workplaces and bring her research into practice
As smoke season continues in Washington, a new report outlines the best ways to communicate health and safety risks
Popular map developed by DEOHS and our partners to explore environmental health disparities, vulnerabilities in Washington gets an update
UW Center for One Health Research launches new study on monkeypox transmission between people and their pets
New art installation in Washington features trusted community members sharing how wildfire smoke affects their health—and how they cope
DEOHS Professor Marilyn Roberts retires after 41 years in the UW School of Public Health
UW authors in new IPCC report emphasize the accelerating threats to human health and well-being