University of Washington School of Public Health
Professor, Env. and Occ. Health Sciences
Exposure assessments in the context of retrospective, cross-sectional and prospective epidemiology studies and health and safety needs of workers in precarious jobs. Characterization and control of welding fume exposures in shipbuilding and other industries. Investigations in the mining, construction, waste handling, and primary and secondary metal industries. Evaluating the effectiveness of organizational interventions to improve safety and health performance. Developing effective health and safety programs for contingent and immigrant workers.
PhD Industrial Hygiene, University of Michigan, 1990
MS Industrial Hygiene, Harvard University, 1982
BA Biochemistry, Hampshire College, 1978
In the News
- Report shows need for smarter occupational health surveillance system
UW School of Public Health News, 01/22/2018
- Labor unions are boons for community health, study finds
UW School of Public Health News, 07/07/2016
- New federal rule on silica exposure is "way overdue"
- Hands-on Hazards Class a Blast for Students
UW School of Public Health News, 01/06/2016
- Team of researchers receive NORA Innovative Research Award for preventing construction workers’ hearing loss.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 10/11/2011
- Symposium on workplace disasters marks 100th anniversary of Triangle Shirtwaist Fire
UW Today, 03/23/2011
- Noah Seixas: Winter 2008 Distinguished Faculty Lecture
UW School of Public Health Podcast, 02/29/2008
- Noah Seixas Gives Winter Quarter Distinguished Faculty Lecture
UW School of Public Health News, 02/27/2008