Beth Ebel

Professor, Pediatrics - General Pediatrics
Adjunct Professor, Epidemiology
Adjunct Professor, Health Services

325 9th Avenue
Box 359960

Seattle, WA 98104-2499


Research Interests

Injury prevention; health behaviors, health disparity research, safe and active transportation


MD Medicine, Harvard University, 1996

MPH Health Services, University of Washington, 2001

MSc Development Economics, Oxford University (UK), 1989

BA Economics, Philosophy, Oxford University (UK), 1988

BA Biochemistry, Physics, Williams College, 1986

In the News

Pedestrian deaths are rising, but not in Seattle. Here's why
KUOW, 03/07/2019

Parents vaccinating children earlier than normal after measles outbreak
KOMO News, 01/29/2019

Doctors urge people to put down cell phones when crossing the street
KIRO, 09/08/2018

Why it's so hard to ignore your phone while you're driving
The Herald, 07/25/2015

Friendly reminder: Don't drink and boat
KUOW, 07/24/2015

Cameras, Cellphone Blocking Could Reduce Teen Distracted Driving
UW School of Public Health News, 04/29/2015

Blocking Smartphone Use by Teen Drivers may Reduce Crash Risks
Reuters, 04/27/2015

State May Update Distracted Driving Laws
KING 5, 01/23/2015

'U Text. U Pay': Crackdown on Distracted Driving in WA State
KOMO 4 News, 04/08/2014

Study Explores Why Most Boaters Won't Wear Life Jackets
Injury Prevention, 03/31/2014