Divisions and Centers
The Division of Biostatistics supports basic and clinical research in the School of Medicine and conducts research on biostatistical methodology.
The Division of Environmental and Occupational Health conducts research on environmental and occupational health encompassing multidisciplinary areas including occupational and environmental medicine, exposure assessment, toxicology and epidemiology.
The Division of Epidemiology conducts population-based research to extend knowledge about promoting and improving health and well-being and preventing disease, developmental disorders and injury.
The Division of Health Informatics is highly interdisciplinary and designed to provide the skills, experiences and preparation for students to excel in positions in health care, leadership or research.
The Division of Health Policy and Management is the academic home for multidisciplinary research that examines the use, costs, quality, accessibility, delivery, organization, financing, and outcomes of healthcare.
Center for Occupational and Environmental Health brings together faculty and staff on the Berkeley, Davis and San Francisco campuses of the University of California to educate future leaders in occupational and environmental health, develop new knowledge and bring the resources of the University of California to people affected by health hazards in their workplaces or communities.
Through the Medical Surveillance Program occupational medicine physicians offer a comprehensive range of occupational health services for agencies involved with hazardous materials. Examinations are provided on-site with our mobile medical unit or at your own facility.
The Western Center for Agricultural Health and Safety focuses on improving and protecting the health and safety of farmers, farmworkers and their families
From austism to climage change, the Environmental Health Sciences Center supports and funds research that promotes a better understanding of disease and disability related to the environmental, so communities can develop new ways to reduce their exposure to harmful chemicals and toxins.