Global Environmental & Occupational Health
Center for Global Environmental and Occupational Health conducts collaborative
research on environmental and occupational health problems around
the world. Our research programs emphasize active research collaboration
between U.S. investigators and scientists in our partner countries.
Measuring toxic air pollutants in Chernivtsi
and Children of Ukraine
A prospective, geographically-based study of pregnant women and their offspring
in five cities in Ukraine.
Lung Disease in Ukrainian Coal Miners
A historical, cohort morbidity study of respiratory diseases in Ukrainian coal
miners in Donetsk.
Measuring PAH Exposure in Ukrainian Children
A study of a urinary marker for PAH exposure in three-year-old children in Mariupol
and Kyiv Ukraine.
Lead Exposure in Ukrainian Children
An article assessing the data generated by our US Collaborative research
Exposure to Chernobyl Radiation
Historical, cohort morbidity study of children with in-utero exposure to Chernobyl
radiation who lived heavily contaminated regions of Belarus and Russia.
Cancer in Belarus
Descriptive epidemiology of breast cancer incidence among women in Belarus
residing in radiation-contaminated territories.
Dioxin Research Program
Occupational and environmental epidemiologic studies of workers and residents
exposed to dioxins in the city of Ufa, Bashkorstostan, Russian Federation.
Mercury exposure from gold mining operations among indigenous peoples in the