Accelerating
the pace of discovery of harmful exposures and preventative solutions
Supporting
pregnant women and at-risk communities who bear an unfair burden of pollutants and disease
Developing
recommendations and interventions to improve health across the lifespan

The UCSF Environmental Research and Translation for Health (EaRTH) Center is transforming the approach to studying harmful environmental pollutants that undermine health and human development and contribute to chronic disease. With a focus on accelerating the pace of discovery of harmful exposures and preventive solutions, the EaRTH Center offers globally recognized expertise, cutting-edge science and state-of-the-art lab support, multi-disciplinary collaborations, community outreach and engagement, and grant funding to create new opportunities in environmental health research. 

 


 

We just launched our EaRTH Center Core Service Request Form!

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Upcoming Events & Opportunities:

EaRTH Quarterly Meeting

News and upcoming opportunities. We will spotlight the Integrated Health Sciences Facility Core with guest speakers from the UCSF DREAM Lab.
Wednesday, April 7 - 1 pm PT. If you are not already on the EaRTH mailing list, register.

Environmental Justice Boot Camp: Theory and Methods to Study Environmental Health Disparities

The Environmental Justice Boot Camp is a two-day intensive course featuring seminars and applied analytical sessions on key concepts, exposure assessment techniques, epidemiologic methods, community engagement and health policy applications, and statistical analytic approaches for conducting effective and solution-driven environmental justice research.
Live-stream, online training August 2-3. Details.

The EaRTH Center is awarding two Center members/affiliates with complimentary registration.

Tell us why we should chose you (before April 19th)!  Apply here

EaRTH Monthly Series

Dr. Shanna Swan, will be presenting on her just published book, Count Down, How Our Modern World Is Threatening Sperm Counts, Altering Male and Female Reproductive Development, and Imperiling the Future of the Human Race.
Wednesday, April 28 - 12 pm PT. Register.

Climate Change and Health Speaker Series 

Chaired by Sheri Weiser, MD, MPH, and developed in partnership with the new UCSF Center for Climate, Health, and Equity, these sessions are dedicated to some of the most pressing health and equity issues driven by the climate crisis, with a spotlight on California.
March 18, April 15, May 20 - 2:30-4pm. Details and registration.