The Center consist of 49 center members, of which 40 are faculty members, 3 faculty emeritus members, and 6 research members. Our membership crosses 11 disciplines.
The CEHS Faculty and Research members share a common interest in environmental health and benefits from the CEHS activities that foster collaboration. With its diverse faculty, the Center enables transdisciplinary research to address pressing challenges in environmental health sciences. The CEHS members span across nine departments. As such, a particular strength of the Center is the role it plays in bringing together biologists and engineers who act synergistically to strengthen each others environmental health research and to increase the impact of the Center on key public health challenges.