Ohio State University is dedicated to the preservation and education of Public Health. The faculty members listed below are particularly devoted to the link between the environment as its disturbances and public health.
Michael S. Bisesi, professor of environment heatlth sciences, also serves as director of the Center for Public Health Practice. His major areas of interest and expertise include assessment of human exposure to and control of chemical and biological agents; environmental-related human exposure, disease and prevention; mechanistic toxicology/pathophysiology; applied environmental chemistry/microbiology; and emergency preparation, recognition and response. Bisesi serves as the Senior Associate Dean & Director of Academic Affairs for the College of Public Health Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Qinghua Sun, associate professor in environmental health sciences, research interests include effects of particulate air pollution and tobacco smoking on human health, especially pulmonary and cardiovascular diseases, cancer, and obesity; exercise and diet intervention on cardiovascular function; mechanism of hypoxia and growth factors in angiogenesis; and climate change on major human diseases. Contact: Sun.email@example.com