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Measuring the pandemic’s toll on mental health

DEOHS Associate Professor Edmund Seto and collaborators tracked stress and anxiety during Washington’s stay-at-home orders

September 23, 2021 | Deirdre Lockwood

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Building resilience in the face of disaster

DEOHS researcher will help lead new research hub pairing Pacific NW scientists and coastal communities on earthquake and climate change research

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Tracking air pollution from space

DEOHS postdoctoral fellow Jianzhao Bi honored by International Society of Exposure Science for remote sensing of air pollution

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Six people in masks stand around a sign in Spanish offering financial assistance during the pandemic to immigrants.

Following the community’s lead in the pandemic

DEOHS researchers partner with communities of color across Washington to assess health equity and food security in the pandemic

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Responding to the health risks of heat waves

DEOHS researchers analyze public health impacts of climate change in light of this summer’s extreme heat

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How early chemical exposures influence lifelong health

DEOHS PhD student and Castner Award winner Joe Lim explores the connections between exposure to flame retardants and the microbiome

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Nourishing a community garden with restaurant compost

DEOHS MPH student and Castner Award winner Joycelyn Chui wants to transform food waste from local restaurants into compost for community gardeners in Seattle’s International District

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