The PhD program in Environmental Health Sciences (EHS) provides students with interdisciplinary training to better understand the impact of the environment on human health and disease. Students in the program have a wide range of unique opportunities for research and education through the participating departments across campus and the numerous health agencies affiliated with the program. Further, the program aims to produce a unique cadre of future leaders in the field of environmental health sciences who have expertise in both laboratory- and population-based research. Upon graduation, EHS students will have received comprehensive training in the EHS core areas of Exposure Science, Biological Mechanisms of Susceptibility and Disease, and Environmental Determinants of Population Health.
The EHS PhD program is offered through Emory University's James T. Laney School of Graduate Studies. If you are interested in learning more about Laney and the EHS program, we encourage you to complete this Inquiry Form.