Doctor of Science, MSc
Clean Air, Safe Workplaces, Sustainable Communities, Community-engaged Research, Occupational Health, Pollution
Associate Teaching Professor
Etiology of obesity associated disorders; Atherosclerosis and insulin; Diet-environment interaction and health outcomes
Occupational environment, including biomarkers of exposure, global burden of occupational exposures and outcomes, and exposure assessment and analysis.
Assistant Teaching Professor
Sustainability, innovation and entrepreneurship, and food certification systems.<br /><br /><a href="https://nutr.uw.edu/person/alissa-bilfield/">Nutritional Sciences Program biography</a>
Children's Environmental Health. Behavioral Toxicology/Teratology.
Environmental Health. Climate Change and Population Health Impacts. Public Health Mitigation and Adaptation Interventions. Occupational health and Safety.
Infectious disease exposure and diagnosis, focusing on tuberculosis and related diseases
Teaching Professor and Assistant Chair
Exposure assessment methodologies utilizing direct reading instrumentation and video exposure monitoring.
Examines the resilience of agricultural systems due to climate change and other stresses, with an emphasis on environmental outcomes and implications for farmers.
Neurotoxicology, signal-transduction systems in developmental neurotoxicity, children's health, food additives and contaminants
Toxicogenomics. Toxicoepigenomics. General principles and mechanisms of toxicology. Molecular toxicology. Hepatotoxicology.
PhD, MPH, MS
Health risks of and responses to global change particularly climate change.
Public health emergency preparedness. Health impacts of disaster. Community resilience. Public health policy. Healthcare emergency preparedness. Public health practice.
Developmental toxicology. Risk assessment methodologies. Molecular mechanisms of metals and pesticides.
Aquatic toxicology. Drug metabolism. Species differences in susceptibility to toxicants. Pesticides. Superfund sites. Toxicogenomics. Toxicology. Genetic susceptibility to toxicants.
Construction safety and health. Health and safety education. Industrial hygiene. OSHA safety and health training. Workplace hazards.