A new era of air pollution health research in eastern Africa
The GEOHealth Hub is a research and training center focused on environmental and occupational health in eastern Africa.
The GEOHealth Hub focuses on three research themes
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Situational analysis and needs assessments.
GeoHealth Principal-Investigator presents on Africa data science
NIH-funded seminar takes on unique data issues around reducing environmental health hazards in Africa.
Building global capacity for air quality research: Q&A with Dr. Jonathan Samet
Dr. Jonathan Samet has spent decades researching the health risks of inhaled pollutants, including secondhand smoke and particles in outdoor air such as those in vehicle exhaust.
Air-pollution trackers seek to fill Africa’s data gap
The journal Nature featured the Eastern Africa GEOHealth Hub in an article April 11, highlighting the hub’s ongoing research to generate regional data on the health effects of air pollution.
USC training launches a new era of air pollution health research in eastern Africa
Working to save lives through prevention and policy, eastern African researchers trained with expert environmental health scientists at USC to lay the groundwork for air pollution and health research in their countries.
Eastern Africa GEOHealth Hub Launches in Ethiopia
The recently established Global Environmental and Occupational Health Hub for Eastern Africa launched Jan. 3-5, 2016, at the Horn of Africa Regional Environment Centre headquarters at the Gullele Botanical Garden in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.