Holly Brown-Williams is the Director of Policy, Health Research for Action - creating research-based tools, programs, and policies to promote healthy communities - within the UC Berkeley School of Public Health. She oversees policy formulation, implications, and recommendations as well as the dissemination of this information to policymakers. Holly directs programs on environmental health and healthy aging, and is a co-investigator in the CDC-funded California Environmental Health Tracking Program, which is proposed to become part of a nationwide environmental health surveillance system.
UC Berkeley School of Public Health
The UC Berkeley School of Public Health conducts world-class research and applies it to improve human health. The School has a broad ecological perspective on health, focusing on the interaction of biological, behavioral, and environmental determinants of human health over time. With the intellectual resources of the Berkeley campus and the UCSF Schools of Medicine, Nursing, Dentistry, and Pharmacy, the UC Berkeley School of Public Health pursues an interdisciplinary approach to push "knowledge into action" locally, nationally and internationally.