Overview and Mission
The Center for Environmental Diagnostics and Bioremediation at the University of West Florida provides a vital program of research and education.
Research, Education and Service
The Center for Environmental Diagnostics and Bioremediation (CEDB), established in 1990, works in collaboration with affiliated academic departments and diverse external organizations to enrich the research, teaching, and service functions of the University of West Florida.
The CEDB engages in basic and applied research pertinent to the assessment and improvement of environmental health; provides research and training opportunities for graduate and undergraduate students; delivers several core courses and specialized elective courses in support of academic programs in life and environmental sciences; and contributes to public service, including activities to enrich science education at K-12 levels.
A review document of CEDB activities from 2002-2009: CEDB Self Study Review.
A review document of CEDB activities from 2010-2017: CEDB 2017 Self Study.