EPI 570 Occupational & Environmental Epidemiology

EPI 570 Environmental And Occupational Epidemiology (3)

Research approaches in environmental and occupational epidemiology via didactics and discussion, lab exercises, and paper critiques. Main topics: climate change, outdoor air pollution, metals, environmental justice, built environment, energy transition, and occupational health. Emphasizes study design, confounding, selection, and information biases; exposure and risk assessment; geospatial methods; social determinants; and the exposome. Prerequisite: either EPI 511, or EPI 512 and EPI 513, or permission of instructor. Offered: jointly with ENV H 570.

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