As part of UWM’s long-term strategic planning, several UWM schools and colleges are being realigned. The process is underway and will be effective July 1, 2023. Learn more about how the realignment will affect the Zilber School of Public Health.
Environmental Health Sciences students in the Zilber School labs on the UWM campus

Our doctoral programs are designed for students who want to conduct research with faculty in critical public health research areas.

Our faculty’s current research interests span epigenetics; developmental neurobiology and immunotoxicology; social and environmental epidemiology; statistical genetics; public health bioinformatics; social and behavioral sciences; maternal and child health; and public health law and policy.

Our faculty and doctoral students collaborate with a wide range of academic, health care, community, and governmental partners in the state and the greater Milwaukee community.

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Buoy deployment in Sturgeon Bay.
Buoy deployment by Environmental Health Sciences faculty in Sturgeon Bay.

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UWM is one of the nation’s top 115 research universities as recognized by the Carnegie Classifications of Institutions of Higher Education.

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