Diana M Ceballos

Assistant Professor, Env. and Occ. Health Sciences

150-B, Roosevelt One Building

Seattle, WA -


Research Interests

Dr. Diana Ceballos is an assistant professor in the University of Washington Department of Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences. Her life’s passion is to address health disparities by identifying environmental factors that cause disease, injury or impairment. These factors range from emerging hazards related to new technologies to known hazards that are transferred to vulnerable populations, including workers in small businesses, minorities and workers in developing economies. She strives to better understand the connection between exposure to hazards in the workplace and the community, including in the home, where workers may transfer hazards to their children.

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What are the risks of cleaning with bleach and other disinfectants?
The New York Times, 03/21/2023