The following faculty members have research programs with substantial focus on environmental health:
|Joseph Braun||Tongzhang Zheng|
|Karl Kelsey||David Savitz
|Medina Jackson-Browne||Samantha Kingsley|
|Nan Li||Darren Sun|
- HOME Study
- The HOME study (Health Outcomes and Measures of the Environment) includes a cohort of 389 mothers and their children in Cincinnati who have been followed since pregnancy
- EARTH Study
- PROGRESS Study
- Air Pollution and Preeclampsia
- Cardiovascular health effects of ambient air pollution in the Women's Health Initiative
- The Women's Health Initiative was initiated by NIH in 1991 to address major health issues causing morbidity and mortality in postmenopausal women.
- MOBILIZE Boston Study
- The Maintenance of Balance, Independent Living, Intellect and Zest in the Elderly of Boston. The purpose of the MOBILIZE Boston Study is to collect information about the health and well-being of older people in the Boston area in order to learn how older adults can stay healthy and continue to live independently as long as possible.
- Cardiovascular health effects of indoor airpollution in Western Kenya and Hyderabad,India
- Outdoor environment and maternal health inRI
- Outdoor environment and maternal health in the Born in Bradford Study
- Climate change health effects
- Environmental epigenetics of developmentand cancer
More information about environmental health research at Brown can be found here.