Research Divisions

The major mission of the Department of Environmental Medicine is to conduct cutting edge research in Environmental Health Sciences.  This is accomplished by obtaining funded grants from The National Institute of Health, The US EPA and other government and non-government funding agencies. Some major areas of research include chemical carcinogenesis, epigenetics, health effects of particulate air pollution, epidemiology of cancer susceptibility and causation, and environmental etiology of cardiovascular disease and diabetes.

Human Exposure and Health Effects

The Department of Environmental Medicine's Research Program in Human Exposure and Health Effects is focused on defining...

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Molecular Carcinogenesis and Toxicology

The long term goals of the Molecular Toxicology & Carcinogenesis Division are to elucidate the mechanisms of environmental... 

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Systemic Toxicology

The broad goal of the Systemic Toxicology Research Program is to increase our understanding of health-related responses...

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Our Labs

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