Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
Department of Preventive Medicine and Biometrics
4301 Jones Bridge Road
Bethesda, Maryland 20814-4799
The mission of the Division of Occupational and Environmental Health Sciences (OEHS) is to produce well-trained graduates who understand the theory, research, and practice of public health in aerospace, occupational, and environmental situations. OEHS trains graduate students in both masters and doctoral degree programs. Currently, the division includes faculty members trained in environmental health science, industrial hygiene, aerospace physiology, aerospace medicine, and occupational medicine.
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Matriculants may include physicians and other academically qualified health professionals, such as veterinarians, dentists, sanitary engineers, microbiologists, entomologists, environmental scientists, nurses, and pharmacists, who wish to apply the core disciplines of public health to their career field. Uniformed personnel with education or experience in a health-related discipline are given priority as candidates for admission. More details are provided in each graduate program listed.