Environmental Health Sciences pursue prevention and protection in a world where more than 10,000 people die from environmental and occupational exposures each day. Our faculty and students do cutting-edge research to understand how the environment impacts human health and how to educate the public about best practices and policy improvements at local and global levels.
At Michigan Public Health, you'll learn to identify, address and manage the impacts of chemical, biological, physical , and psychosocial stressors on human health and the environment so you can pursue sustainable changes to practice and policy.
Get to know EHS
Our faculty, students, and alumni are making an impact -- around the corner, and around the world.
Shannon Hamilton, MPH candidate in Environmental Health Sciences, spent the summer doing mosquito surveillance with Washtenaw County Public Health. She was looking into whether certain types of mosquitos that can carry and spread the Zika virus had made their way to Washtenaw County, Michigan.
Stephanie Sayler, MS, is a Senior Research Area Specialist in Environmental Health Sciences. She is working to assess asbestos exposures in Detroit, Michigan.
Learn more about the individuals who make up our community, and hear their views on current public health issues.