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The Yale Occupational & Environmental Medicine Program has a long history of clinical, epidemiological, and basic science research covering a wide array of interests, including occupational injuries, isocyanates, asbestos, beryllium, noise and hearing loss, animals as sentinels of human disease, respiratory diseases, occupational asthma, and work disability. Follow the links to read more about some featured ongoing projects. In addition, more information about our faculty’s ongoing research projects can be found under the Faculty and Staff section.