Marissa Baker

Assistant Professor, Env. and Occ. Health Sciences

University of Washington
Box 354695

Seattle, WA 98195-

206-616-4709
bakermg@uw.edu

Research Interests

Research centers on the occupational environment, including biomarkers of exposure, quantifying the global burden of occupational exposures and outcomes, and novel methods of exposure assessment and analysis.

DEOHS Biography

Education

PhD Environmental and Occupational Hygiene, University of Washington, 2017

In the News

When there’s a COVID-19 outbreak at a hotel, who gets to know and when? Salish Lodge becomes a case study for Seattle’s hoteliers
The Seattle Times, 10/15/2020

Plexiglass shields are everywhere, but it's not clear how much they help
CNN, 10/14/2020

A California chicken plant just had the deadliest meatpacking outbreak yet
Mother Jones, 09/30/2020

As WA restaurants struggle, workers weigh physical and economic survival
Crosscut, 09/14/2020

Wildfires persist in the Puget Sount region creating poor air quality
KNKX, 09/10/2020

Labor Day 2020: A life-and-death fight for worker rights
The Seattle Times, 09/04/2020

Masks, driver shields, artificial intelligence: How do we make public transit in the Puget Sound area safe amid COVID-19?
The Seattle Times, 08/23/2020

Should Washington’s restaurants be left to self-police if employees test positive for coronavirus?
The Seattle Times, 07/25/2020

Coronavirus: Government’s new messaging on face coverings criticised for promoting ‘useless’ masks
Independent, 07/14/2020

'We all worry about it.' Grocery workers fear confrontations with shoppers over mask rules
TIME, 05/26/2020