Kristie Ebi

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

4225 Roosevelt Way NE, Suite 100, Room 2330
Box 354695

Seattle, WA 98105-


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

Heatwaves are becoming more deadly as nights warm faster than days
CNBC, 09/12/2020

The sun is ‘glorious’ and rain is ‘nasty’ — could weather bias be killing us?
Grist, 09/01/2020

US cities could face nearly 30 times more exposure to extreme heat by 2100 compared to the early 2000s, study finds
CNN, 08/18/2020

Will the global decline in births affect climate change?
Quartz, 07/25/2020

Cities’ summer challenge: Keep people cool while keeping COVID-19 at bay
Marketplace, 07/24/2020

The latest summer forecast calls for deadly heat waves
Popular Science, 06/24/2020

COVID-19 pandemic keeps cooling center closed despite rising temperatures
NPR, 06/13/2020

Dangerous choice: Swelter in quarantine or risk contagion
E&E News, 04/28/2020

Rising CO2 levels are making food less nutritious. It could cause a global malnutrition crisis
Business Insider, 02/27/2020

Climate change harms the health of children
The Daily, 01/09/2020