Faculty Associate of Global Public Health
Committed to investigating the influence of exposures on epigenetic programming as this sets the stage for disease risk throughout the lifespan. I study this phenomenon in multiple locations around the globe in order to identify exposures of most concern to specific regions or populations with the intent of ultimately informing environmental and medical practice and policy.
- environmental health
- mentoring fellows/scholars
- occupational health
- reproductive health
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