Environmental epidemiology involves the determination of how environmental exposures impact human health. Epidemiologists seek to understand how various external risk factors may predispose or protect humans against disease, illness, injury, developmental abnormalities, or death. These factors may be naturally occurring or may be introduced into environments where people live, work, and play.
Since 1989, EGSL has provided epidemiological consulting and investigation support for clients in public health, environmental health, litigation and other related matters. EGSL offers our expertise and guidance in problem solving, assessing liability and litigation support.