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Director: Victoria Wulsin, MD, DrPH
The Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine has three major areas of focus:
The Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine is multi-disciplinary in character and its faculty members have frequent interactions with other divisions within the Department of Environmental and Public Health Sciences as well as with other Clinical Departments in the College of Medicine at the University of Cincinnati. Extensive use is made of regional
and national volunteer faculty with expertise in occupational health.
The Occupational Medicine Residency Training Program at the University of Cincinnati is the oldest continuously
operating Occupational Medicine residency in the United States. In most years two to four residents graduate from the program. These residents go on to accept positions at other academic institutions, within industrial settings, or within local,
state, or federal agencies. The residency training program is largely funded by an Education and Research Training Grant awarded to the University of Cincinnati by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH).
The Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine is involved in several major areas of research.The division is evaluating health effects, efficacies, exposures, and disease progression in a variety of settings, including:
The faculty members within the Division are also involved in offering consultative and clinical services to selected occupational and environmental populations in various exposure settings.
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Department of Environmental & Public Health SciencesDivision of Occupational and Environmental Medicine
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