For Prospective Students

Interested in learning more about the ITEHP? Follow the links below.


Application to the Program may be made in two ways: If your primary interest is Environmental Health, then you may apply for admission directly to the Program by indicating Integrated Toxicology and Environmental Health as your primary admitting unit on the standard Duke University Graduate School application. Students who are admitted directly into the ITEHP …

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Location Matters

Not every day will be spent in class or at the bench! Lucky for us Durham, NC is fast becoming known as America’s foodiest small city. Durham is also a thriving, innovative and creative community. There’s never a shortage of fun activities to do in Durham! Whether it’s a leisurely walk along the Eno River, or a Durham …

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Diversity & Inclusion

Our Program is strongly committed to improving racial and ethnic diversity in the biological sciences. We actively participate in several programs to attract underrepresented minorities to Duke graduate programs, summarized below. The Duke University Office of Graduate Student Affairs (GSA) and the Office of Biomedical Graduate Diversity (OBGD) for the School of Medicine work together …

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Disability Statement

The Duke ITEHP and the Graduate School are committed to providing reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities in compliance with Section 504 of the Federal Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 and the ADA Amendments Act of 2008, as well as applicable state regulations and federal and state …

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