Andrew L. Dannenberg

Affiliate Professor, Env. and Occ. Health Sciences
Affiliate Professor, Urban Design and Planning


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Research Interests

Sustainable Communities, Built Environment, Climate Change, Environmental Health, Health Equity, Risk Assessment

DEOHS Biography


AB Biology, Swarthmore College, 1974

MD Medicine, Stanford University, 1979

MPH Epidemiology, Johns Hopkins University, 1983

Resident Family Medicine, Medical University of South Carolina, 1982

Diplomate Preventive Medicine, American Board of Preventive Medicine, 2013

Diplomate Family Practice Medicine, American Board of Family Practice, 1989

In the News

Uprooting ancient communities in the face of rising sea levels and climate change
The Daily, 04/25/2019

Unmute the commute: Senior health and public transit.
KBCS Radio, 08/13/2018

Architecture for health is not just for healthcare architects.
Health Environments Research & Design Journal, 06/02/2018

Health Thinking in the Built Environment
APHA, 12/06/2017

UW Researcher Takes Part in Study on Urban Planning and Public Health
UW School of Public Health News, 12/07/2016

UW students study health impact of city street redesign
Go Anacortes, 11/09/2016

Cars vs. health: UW professors contribute to Lancet series
UW Today, 10/12/2016

Building healthy places
The Daily, 01/19/2016

Design meets health: UW College of Built Environments, School of Public Health chosen for national architect association’s design and research consortium
UW Today, 12/09/2015

How Design Affects Health: UW Team from Schools of Public Health and Built Environments Selected for AIA Consortium
UW School of Public Health News, 12/07/2015