We pride ourselves on training the next generation of scientists.

Interested in working with us? We are always looking for talented and dedicated individuals to join our program. If you are passionate about environmental health, an emerging leader in environmental health science, bring unique skills to the table and are fun to work with, we encourage you to review our available positions and internships and apply.

Available positions

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Exposure Science / Mass Spectrometry / Biostatistics / Environmental Epidemiology Postdoctoral Fellowship

We are seeking rising leaders in the fields of environmental exposures, chemistry / computational chemistry, epidemiology and/or environmental health sciences for this position.

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Postdoctoral Fellowships in Industry Influence on Health

This unique fellowship will provide funding to work with both the UCSF Center for Tobacco Control Research & Education and the Partnership to Counteract Industry Influence on Health.

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Computational Chemistry Scientist (Adjunct Professor)

We are looking for a faculty member to join our team with computational chemistry science skills. The selected candidate will be appointed at the level of Assistant Professor.

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Applications for internships are currently being accepted. All internships are financially compensated unless the intern's request is to be compensated otherwise (eg. service hours related to their study or community service, etc).

Committed to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
PRHE is dedicated to creating an inclusive, diverse, dynamic, and safe workspace where individuals feel empowered to contribute their experiences, viewpoints, and ideas. We are also committed to advancing diversity and equity in the environmental health field and environmental justice more broadly. We welcome applicants who can meet a rapidly evolving organization with flexibility, grace, curiosity, humor, and mutual respect. All positions at PRHE are compensated.