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Environmental Sciences and Engineering Research

Key sources of air pollution-related deaths differ among world regions

May 19, 2016 The most significant emission source sectors for global air pollution-related deaths differ among world regions, finds a new study. For example, the residential and commercial sector has the most impact on global deaths related to fine particulate matter in the air. For deaths related to ozone, the land transportation sector has the greatest influence globally.... Read more »

Four new Gillings Innovation Labs awarded

February 29, 2016 Four teams of researchers at the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health have been awarded new funding for Gillings Innovation Labs (GILs), beginning this spring. The GIL awards offer faculty members support to advance their innovative research and more quickly translate scientific findings into workable solutions in local and global communities.... Read more »

Labbok presented with APHA lifetime achievement award

Nov. 5, 2013 Miriam Labbok, MD, MPH, has received the Carl E. Taylor Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Public Health Association’s International Health Section. She accepted the award on Nov. 5 at the APHA Annual Meeting and Exposition in Boston. Labbok is Professor of the Practice of maternal and child Health at the Gillings... Read more »