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Environmental Medicine Program

The INIM is Pleased to Announce the NEW Environmental Medicine Program at Nova Southeastern University

Fellowship Opportunities

Complete your rotations at the Environmental Medicine Clinic at the Miami VA, caring for veterans with toxic exposures such as agent orange, sarin, burn bit fumes, depleted uranium and pesticides. Additional rotations will be completed at the Institute for Neuro Immune Medicine at Nova Southeastern University treating patients with complex medical disorders thought to arise from neurologic injury after toxic or infectious insult including immune deficiency disorders, chronic immune activation, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Gulf War Illness, Fibromyalgia and common variable immunodeficiency disorder.

Complete your fellowship in Environmental Medicine and possibly earn a Masters in Public Health or Masters of Science in Biomedical Informatics or Disaster and Emergency Preparedness.

Start date for the Fellowship program is July 1, 2015. Applications are due February 1, 2015. For applications, please email with subject line Environmental Medicine Fellowship.

Clinical Faculty Position

Work with leading clinicians at the INIM Clinics in either Davie or Kendall and receive dual appointment with the VA Clinic in Miami. For more information, please send your CV to with subject line Environmental Medicine Faculty Position.

"Simply stated, Environmental Medicine is concerned with the interaction between mankind and the environment. More specifically, Environmental Medicine involves the adverse reactions experienced by an individual on exposure to an environmental excitant. Excitants to which individual susceptibility exists are found in air, food, water, and drugs, and are frequently found in the home, work, school, and play environments. Exposures to these agents may adversely affect one or more organ system and this effect is commonly not recognized by individuals and their physicians.

Environmental Medicine offers a sweeping reinterpretation of medical thinking, especially in its approach to many previously unexplained and ineffectively treated chronic diseases. The basis of this view is the simple concept that there are causes for all illnesses, and the obvious but not well accepted fact, that what we eat or are exposed to in our environment, has a direct effect upon our health." - Excerpt from The American Academy of Environmental Medicine website.

For more information on Environmental Medicine, please visit the American Academy of Environmental website at

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