Environmental Health

The Division of Environmental Health in USC’s Department of Population and Public Health Sciences works to understand the associations, connections, and impacts of environmental exposures on human health. The division devotes resources to constituent characterization (measuring and monitoring what we may be exposed to) and translational research (how to effectively communicate and apply the scientific information gathered by us and others). Our mission is to study environmental contaminants and use that information to educate the public and improve public health policies. The division also trains environmental health researchers to address the pressing environmental problems of our times and the emerging threats of the future.

DIVISION CHIEF
Edward Avol
Edward Avol, MS

Professor of Clinical Population and Public Health Sciences
Division Chief, Environmental Health

avol@usc.edu

Faculty Members of the Environmental Health Division
Environmental Health Division Research Infrastructure
Chatzi Laboratory
Chatzi Laboratory
Herting Neuroimaging Lab
Herting Neuroimaging Lab
Maternal And Developmental Risks from Environmental and Social stressors MADRES
Maternal And Developmental Risks from Environmental and Social stressors (MADRES)
Southern California Environmental Health Sciences Center SCEHSC
Southern California Environmental Health Sciences Center (SCEHSC)
Courses Taught by the Environmental Health Division Faculty
Courses Taught Area

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