Environmental Health Sciences faculty researchers design, implement and evaluate solutions to environmental problems to meet the public health needs of society and minimize the adverse effects of the environment on human health. Faculty expertise extends to many pressing public health issues such as environmental contamination, environmental toxicology, ecological risk assessment and regulatory issues, air quality and pollution and their associated risks to cardiovascular health and asthma, and prenatal environmental exposures and their influence on health outcomes via epigenetic processes.

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