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Jun Wu (left) and Alana M.W. LeBrón (right)

UCI Public Health launches Center for Environmental Health Disparities Research

Center will be a regional leader in promoting health equity and environmental justice through public health research and practice

Jun Wu, Ph.D., professor of environmental and occupational health at the UCI Program in Public Health

UCI-led study links air pollution exposure while pregnant to higher gestational diabetes risk

Suggested interventions include better air regulation and health screenings

AirUCI institute awarded nearly $2 million to study non-tailpipe vehicle emissions

Interdisciplinary researchers will examine impacts on overburdened communities

Brittany Morey, UCI assistant professor of health, society & behavior

Data collection, reporting gaps harm Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander health, UCI-led study says

COVID-19 pandemic reveals urgent need for improved standards

Daniel Parker, UCI assistant professor of public health

UCI-led study finds disparities in O.C. rates of COVID-19 infection, mortality

Higher risk patterns identified in certain social, economic, demographic groups

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UCI Podcast: Did COVID-19 cause a mental health pandemic?

Tim Bruckner discusses the importance of equity in pandemic response

Dr. Susan Huang at UCI’s town hall Friday on COVID-19.

UCI Health Affairs town hall provides COVID-19 updates

Campus leaders host virtual event to share latest on pandemic trends and how university is preparing for fall quarter

Bullied youths’ coping strategies can affect their long-term health, UCI-led study finds

How individuals cope with experiences of peer victimization can mitigate the associated negative short- and long-term physical and mental health effects, according to a recent study led by Michael A. Hoyt, Ph.D., UCI associate professor of public health. More than 800 college students responded to a questionnaire asking them to recall high school incidents of […]

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UCI Podcast: Uncovering the cause of the soil lead crisis in Santa Ana

UCI historian Juan Manuel Rubio partners with environmental justice groups on research

Microsoft funds study on development of sustainable materials for use in electronics

Oladele Ogunseitan, Ph.D., University of California Presidential Chair and UCI professor of population health and disease prevention, and Julie Schoenung, Ph.D., UCI chair and professor of materials science and engineering, have been awarded a $200,000 research grant from Microsoft Corp. They are co-principal investigators on a project entitled “Sustainable Development of Materials in Printed Circuit […]