Hear it from our students: Ph.D. in the Environmental Health Sciences department

Our Ph.D. programs include research focused on cancer, cardiopulmonary disease, neurodegenerative disease, cognition and behavior, along with the emerging area of “environmental health impact,” which encompasses health threats such as climate change.

Faculty members have adopted a collaborative and transdisciplinary approach to student the impact of pollutants such as pesticides, metals and the industrial chemicals on human health and disease. A comprehensive curriculum complemented with research and faculty-student mentorship supports career goals in a variety of academic or research setting working as post-doctoral fellows and faculty, in local and state health departments, the federal government and international health organizations.

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