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Uncovering a passion for public health

A desire to help others sets DEOHS scholarship winner Jovanny Rodriguez on a path to a public health career

June 10, 2021 | Jolayne Houtz

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At the nexus of human and animal health

Multitalented Tianai (Scyler) Li is the 2021 DEOHS Outstanding Undergraduate Student

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Big data, big impact

DEOHS Outstanding PhD Student Magali Blanco applies science and big data to investigate health risks in communities exposed to chemicals and air pollution

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Bringing a global view to environmental justice

DEOHS MPH student Renée Codsi wins Husky 100 and DEOHS Outstanding Master’s Student awards

Downtown Seattle in a haze of wildfire smoke with trees in the foreground.

HEPA air cleaners could prevent deaths from wildfire smoke

A wildfire smoke event in 2020 may have led to nearly 100 deaths in Washington, but there are steps we can take now to avert future deaths, new DEOHS research suggests

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Healthy air for healthy children

Major health problems in children linked to air pollution, says DEOHS Professor Catherine Karr, co-author of new American Academy of Pediatrics policy statement

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Funding for occupational hygiene students

Four DEOHS students win scholarships from the American Industrial Hygiene Foundation



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