The Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act Scientific Advisory Panel serves as a primary scientific peer review mechanism of EPA’s Office of Pesticide Programs.
The mass balance equation generated accurate COVID-19 prevalence estimates when compared to prevalence derived from traditional clinical surveillance approaches.
Dr. Tracie Baker serves as the lead scientist of a canoe journey through the Florida Everglades to assess the impact of humans on the world’s largest subtropical wildness.
The department is working with a community partner to assist with storm cleanup and supply donations.
The team will develop a rigorous outbreak surveillance and detection system that could help public health officials contain outbreaks at their source.
The events include a Zoom webinar and mini photo exhibit highlighting climate justice and health equity.
To combat antibiotic misuse, researchers developed a decision-making tool that tells doctors the probability the culprit is solely a virus.
UF partners with local and national agencies to offer interactive outdoor experiences for kids.
PHHP researchers are refining wastewater surveillance techniques to monitor cities, neighborhoods and individual buildings for traces of COVID-19, fentanyl and pesticides.
Researchers track COVID-19 trends in an island community’s wastewater. The approach has broad implications as a public health surveillance tool.