The Center for Global Public Health advances the scientific base of public health knowledge for University students and state, national and global stakeholders. The Center promotes academic and public awareness of issues related to public health on a global level and pursues three major goals: to educate, to perform research, and to provide health services.
The Center for School and Community-Based Research and Education (CSCBRE) is an outreach component of the School of Public Health. Collaborations through CSCBRE include innovative programs that translate leading scientific research into educational materials for schools, industry, professionals, and the general public. The Center’s primary mission is to empower diverse populations to make informed decisions about their health and the environment through applied field research, creative partnerships and innovative outreach, including trainings, risk communication and educational interventions.
Compuational Chemodynamics Laboratory (CCL), a component of Rutgers Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences Institute (EOHSI), is dedicated to research in multiscale computational chemodynamics and toxicodynamics and environmental and biological informatics. CCL research involves the development, computational implementation, and application/evaluation of physically and physiologically based mathematical models of chemodynamic (environmental) and toxicodynamic (biological) processes (research area of mechanistic/prognostic modeling).