Division of Environmental Medicine Research | NYU Langone Health

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Division of Environmental Medicine Research

Our investigators lead breakthrough research projects that advance the field.

The core mission of NYU Langone’s Division of Environmental Medicine is to conduct cutting-edge research in environmental health sciences and use our findings to improve the health of our communities. We accomplish this by obtaining funded grants from the National Institutes of Health, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and other government and non-government funding agencies.

Our primary areas of research include chemical carcinogenesis, epigenetics, health effects of particulate air pollution, epidemiology of cancer susceptibility and causation, and environmental etiology of cardiovascular disease and diabetes.

Our research program comprises three focus areas:

Our research faculty are renowned for advancing the field of environmental medicine by conducting innovative studies that yield actionable results.

Human Exposure and Health Effects Research

We investigate how exposure to air pollution affects human health.

Molecular Carcinogenesis and Toxicology Research

We elucidate the mechanisms of environmental agents that lead to disease.

Systemic Toxicology Research

We study health-related responses resulting from exposure to airborne environmental chemicals.

Research Publications

Read the latest peer-reviewed papers published by our faculty.