At the nexus of environmental engineering and public health

The Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) group tackles emerging challenges in environmental engineering and public health using –omics approaches. The current focus is on exposures that occur in the built environment, where we spend 90% of our time. Indoor environmental contaminants are a complex mixture that represents an emerging environmental problem. The powerful combination of cutting-edge techniques from engineering with skills of environmental epidemiologists provides the opportunity for significant scientific advances.

We currently have opportunities for motivated students willing to tackle interdisciplinary research questions. If you are interested in collaborating or joining our team, please contact dannemiller.70@osu.edu.

 

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  • Karen Dannemiller
    @KarenCDannemill
    Nov 21 2017 - 8:51am
    RT @microBEnet: New post by Rachel Adams: Incorporating quantity into microbiome analysis https://t.co/ifbJPoqU0c https://t.co/hUJbu6XrPd
  • Karen Dannemiller
    @KarenCDannemill
    Oct 25 2017 - 2:03pm
    Three (!) faculty positions open at OSU in CEGE: Environmental Microbiology, Resilient Infrastructure, & Hydrology https://t.co/rttl0urlMb
  • Karen Dannemiller
    @KarenCDannemill
    Oct 11 2017 - 2:05pm
    RT @lschriml: Exposure of asthmatics to mold in homes costs $3.5 billion dollars a year. Now @KarenCDannemill has people’s attention. #MoBE
  • Karen Dannemiller
    @KarenCDannemill
    Oct 11 2017 - 2:04pm
    RT @lauraomics: @KarenCDannemill Embedded dust in carpet & saw increased growth of fungi + bacteria with increased humidity #MoBE17 https:/…