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Map of Seattle showing by zip code which areas are most vulnerable to COVID-19

Mapping vaccine access

New mapping tool developed by DEOHS helps City of Seattle prioritize equitable access to COVID-19 vaccination

February 22, 2021 | Jolayne Houtz

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A man lays his cheek against a water buffalo while holding a harness.

Stopping animal-to-human disease transmission

DEOHS Professor Elaine Faustman will lead risk analysis and communication for new $100 million USAID initiative

A doctor sits in front of a computer with a video image of herself and a patient.

Ensuring access to care for injured workers

Specialists in our Occupational and Environmental Medicine Clinic quickly pivot to telemedicine to care for patients during the pandemic

Aerial shot of the new Hans Rosling Center for Population Health

New location, boundless opportunities

Space for collaboration and innovation as DEOHS moves to the new Rosling Center for Population Health; new state-of-the-art labs coming soon

Man standing in front of a building with hands in pockets.

DEOHS faculty honored by National Academy of Medicine

Joel Kaufman elected to the National Academy of Medicine; David Eaton recognized for service

Headshots of 5 women.

Public health trailblazers

DEOHS alumnae recognized as part of the UW School of Public Health’s 50 Changemakers of Public Health awards

Portrait of Jonathan Nagata.

A path to public service

DEOHS alum Jonathan Nagata brings environmental health expertise to the Environmental Protection Agency



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