Kristie Ebi

Professor, Global Health
Professor, Env. and Occ. Health Sciences

Hans Rosling Center
Box 351620
Global Health, Box #351620
Seattle, WA 98195-


Research Interests

Health risks of and responses to global change particularly climate change.

DEOHS Biography


PhD Epidemiologic Science, University of Michigan, 1985

MPH Epidemiology, University of Michigan, 1983

MS Toxicology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1976

BS Biochemistry, Michigan State University, 1972

In the News

Study finds cleaner air leads to more Atlantic hurricanes
Associated Press, 05/11/2022

Extreme Heat Can Be Deadly. Here’s How To Stay Safe.
Buzz Feed News, 05/05/2022

Climate change could introduce humans to thousands of new viruses
Popular Science, 05/02/2022

Fruits and vegetables are less nutritious than they used to be
National Geographic, 04/29/2022

Deadly ‘smoke waves’ from wildfires set to soar
Inside Climate News, 03/29/2022

Impacts of climate change now severe and widespread, UN panel says
Wall Street Journal, 02/28/2022

UN panel warns of global warming's toll on humans and nature
Science, 02/28/2022

UW authors in IPCC report emphasize threats to human health and well-being
UW News, 02/28/2022

Deforestation, climate change linked to more worker deaths and unsafe conditions
UW News, 11/11/2021

Extreme heat hurts human health. Its effects must be mitigated – urgently
The Conversation, 11/10/2021