Making a Difference
The Children’s Environmental Health Sciences Core Center supports collaborative research among basic, clinical and public health investigators in order to understand the development of reproductive and childhood diseases in relation to known or suspected environmental determinants.
Investigators convert scientific understanding into effective strategies to prevent environmentally-dependent childhood disease. Additionally, the Center’s community outreach arm aims to educate local and regional communities about the burden of environmentally-related reproductive and childhood diseases and effective ways to reduce them.
News & Events
- U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Study: Mercury Levels in Women of Childbearing Age Drop 34 Percent
- November 27, 2013
- UWM Community University Partnerships Grant award winners for 2013-2014 include Center members Dr Daniel Weber and Dr Jeanne Hewitt
- September 9, 2013