Promoting a New Generation of Social and Environmental Health Scholars 

The JPB Environmental Health Fellowship Program was designed to promote a new generation of compassionate multidisciplinary academic and agency leaders, who are dedicated to finding solutions to complex social and environmental health problems. More about the Program. We are so proud of our first cohort’s accomplishments. Read more.

The Fellows

The diverse group of Fellows are academic and agency leaders who come from disciplines related to Social and Environmental Health. Throughout the program, the Fellows will enhance their skill set and will be better prepared to engage in community-based research addressing persistent and emerging social and environmental health challenges in the U.S. 

Meet the Fellows

Registration opens on January 2022

The Socio-Environmental Research Group (SERG) is pleased to announce an in-person conference titled “Social and environmental exposures and the developmental origins of health disparities” that will take place in Portland, OR on April 21st and 22nd, 2022. This interdisciplinary event will showcase cutting-edge research focused on the joint contribution of environmental and social factors in the developmental origins of health disparities as well as other emerging work focused on the health effects of joint social and environmental exposures.
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