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How migration around King County affects health

DEOHS MPH student Pamela Lim explores migration and real-world public health data through Population Health Initiative fellowship

| Kate Stringer

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A man in a plaid shirt stands in a classroom helping a person adjust the respirator he is trying on.

Helping workers get home safely

DEOHS Associate Teaching Professor Richard Gleason retires after a 26-year UW career focused on workplace health and safety in the Pacific Northwest

A woman with long hair and a striped shirt smiles while standing near a body of water.

How relocating coastal communities affects health

DEOHS alumna Isabel Nerenberg (MS '23) studies the health impacts of planned relocation on coastal communities

Thomas Burbacher stands smiling in front of a wall of wood blocks inscribed with public health concepts.

Protecting children’s brains from toxic chemicals

DEOHS Professor Thomas Burbacher retires after 32 years as a DEOHS faculty member

A woman inside a car leans over and touches an air pollution monitoring system inside the car.

Ultrafine air pollution reflects Seattle’s redlining history

Seattle neighborhoods with more low-income and Black residents have most ultrafine pollutants in the air, new UW study finds

A US Navy Growler aircraft lands on a runway on Whidbey Island.

DEOHS research teams win four population health grants

Projects on noise pollution, harmful algal blooms, disaster planning and climate adaptation awarded funding from UW Population Health Initiative

Four women (Orly Stampfer, Catherine Karr, Esther Min and Hanna Bailey) stand together in front of art about public health.

A magnificent mentor

Professor Catherine Karr is the 2023 DEOHS Outstanding Faculty Mentor



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