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Cui lab members win Society of Toxicology awards

Graduate students and postdoc in environmental toxicology recognized for work on the microbiome and disease

March 23, 2023 | Deirdre Lockwood

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The heartbeat of One Health

Senior Research Coordinator Vickie Ramirez is honored for outstanding staff service by the UW School of Public Health and DEOHS

Two faculty members pose for a selfie photo with the DEOHS Class of 2022.

Congratulations, 2022 DEOHS graduates!

Department celebrates first in-person graduation since 2019

Photo of Amy Liu poking her head through an opening inside a ship, surrounded by plumbing pipes and tubes.

Ensuring safety for maritime workers

Amy Liu, MS ’06, boulders through tight spots to make ship repair safer for workers

Three-part photo collage: (1) Neighborhood share pantry open to show dry goods including cereal and pasta; (2) A group of four people walks on a forested trail; (3) Share pantry closed showing text: Little Free Pantry. Take What You Need, Give What You Can.

Population health grants target food security and green space

New UW Population Health Initiative grants support DEOHS collaborations on the health impacts of neighborhood pantries and urban green space

Photo of Shelley Stephan smiling outside with plants in the background.

Revealing disparities in workplace chemical exposures

DEOHS Outstanding Master’s Student Shelley Stephan shows how marginalized workers carry the greatest burden of occupational exposures

Close-up photo of Megumi Matsushita smiling outside in front of a bush.

Advocating for health equity and antiracism

DEOHS Outstanding PhD Student Megumi Matsushita explores how toxic metals affect the brain



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