Professor Tongzhang Zheng digs deeper into disease etiology.
A study led by Professor Joseph Braun found that inexpensive, easy-to-assemble Corsi-Rosenthal boxes effectively filter out indoor air pollutants.
Researchers from Brown’s School of Public Health and School of Engineering along with the Silent Spring Institute find low-cost DIY air filters effectively improve indoor air quality.
Summer Gonsalves MPH’19 builds relationships with communities impacted by environmental contamination
Epidemiologist Erica Walker returns home to study the environmental quality of Jackson, Mississippi.
Marissa Hauptman, MD, MPH is a board certified pediatrician and a pediatric environmental health specialist at Boston Children’s Hospital.
At a precarious time for the planet, Brown’s Center for Environmental Health and Technology is working to promote resilient, sustainable, healthy communities.
Rhode Island Senator Sheldon Whitehouse The Senator from Rhode Island is passionate about acting on climate change and protecting our environment. As a founder of the Senate Climate Action Task Force he is fighting for smarter solutions. What has fueled your passion to address environmental issues that affect population health? Environmental hazards harm public health […]
When we think about recent environmental disasters, Flint, Michigan’s water quality crisis quickly comes to mind. But the Great Lakes State has another pollution problem that is less well known outside the state. For at least the last 70 years, Michigan manufacturers and others released chemical-laden waste into the environment. This waste contained PFAS, per- […]
Brown University School of Public Health faculty members David Dosa and Kali Thomas, along with collaborators at the University of South Florida, received a $900,000 grant in early September from the National Institutes of Health to continue their work studying the impact of hurricanes on residents of nursing homes and assisted living facilities.