To be a national leader in understanding and addressing the consequences of air pollution for human health and welfare.
- To bring together investigators from across the University of Utah and beyond to establish multidisciplinary collaborations devoted to studies concerning air quality.
- To be a recognized, credible resource for information concerning air quality for use by universities, business and industry, education, and public policy decision makers.
- To exploit the distinctive and varied environment in the state to generate new knowledge concerning the impact of air quality on human health and society.
- To explore all facets of air pollution, from its generation to health-effects mechanisms in individuals to societal implications and ways to reduce or mitigate these effects.
With support from the Offices of the Senior Vice President for Health Sciences, the Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs, Vice President for Research, as well as the College of Engineering and the Southwest Consortium for Environmental Research and Policy, this Program will provide an important opportunity to catalyze collaboration.
Our fact sheet about air quality in Utah.
The Program also received funding from the ERDC to develop and integrate a set of low-cost particulate matter sensors.
Our Internal Steering Committee
Interim Dean, College of Law
James I. Farr Chair in Law
Chair, Department of Pediatrics
Director, Global Change and Sustainability Center
Distinguished Professor, Biology
Chair, Department of Internal Medicine
Professor, Atmospheric Sciences
Professor, Chemical Engineering
Chief, Pulmonary Division
Director, Program for Air Quality, Health and Society
Associate Director, Program for Air Quality, Health and Society
Senior Vice President, Health Science
Dean, School of Medicine
Vice Dean for Research, University of Utah Health Care
Chief Scientific Officer, University of Utah Health Care