Swee Teh

EHS Center Hosts First Academy Day

April 12, 2017
The first ever UC Davis Environmental Health Sciences (EHS) Academy Day on March 21 brought together multi-disciplinary researchers and community-based organizations to discuss concerns about environmental health impacts, specifically those centered on water safety and contamination issues in the Central Valley. Academy Day provided attendees with opportunities for mutual learning and information sharing. The aim was to get individuals thinking about how scientists and communities can work together to solve environmental problems and translate science into action and policy.

Swee Teh, PhD - Anatomy, Physiology and Cell Biology

September 29, 2016
Impact of California Drought on Water Quality and Community Health Climate change is likely to have a number of consequences for water quality, for example, increased nitrate levels, toxic algal blooms, concentrations of pollutants (pesticides, pharmaceutical and personal care products), and complex mixtures of these chemicals, that affect human health.