University of Washington School of Public Health
Clinical Professor, Env. and Occ. Health Sciences
Dr. Takaro's primary research areas focus on disease susceptibility factors in environmental and occupational health, particularly inflammatory lung conditions, including asthma, chronic beryllium disease and asbestosis. His approach as a researcher and physician has been to try to link laboratory biomarker innovations with public health practice including community-based interventions. Over the past several years Dr. Takaro has been investigating human health effects of climate change and adaptive capacity with a focus on potable water.
EOHS Biography Page
MPH Epidemiology, University of North Carolina, 1985
MS Toxicology, University of Washington, 1996
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