Nicole A Errett

Assistant Professor, Env. and Occ. Health Sciences
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Health Systems and Population Health

1959 NE Pacific Street
Box 357234

Seattle, WA 98195-

Research Interests

Dr. Nicole Errett’s research focuses on the development, implementation and health impacts of policies and programs that aim to build resilience in the context of public health emergencies, disasters and climate change.

DEOHS Biography


PhD Health and Public Policy, Johns Hopkins University, 2014

MSPH Health Policy, Johns Hopkins University, 2011

BA Public Health Studies, Johns Hopkins University, 2008

In the News

Environmental health equity centered in implementing interventions
Environmental Factor: NIEHS News, 04/01/2022

Omicron coronavirus variant travel bans may be too late, experts say
The Washington Post, 11/28/2021

South Africa informed the world of omicron — then it was hit with travel bans
NPR, 11/28/2021

Tracking the seasons of pandemic response in Seattle
High Country News, 12/09/2020

UW researchers driving around Seattle using Street View-style camera to study response to pandemic
GeekWire, 09/30/2020

You could be the citizen scientist the world needs right now
Crosscut, 05/18/2020

How are you doing during the COVID-19 crisis? Scientists want to hear your story
GeekWire, 03/24/2020

How can we help one another?
The New York Times, 03/19/2020

As coronavirus deepens inequality, inequality worsens its spread
The New York Times, 03/16/2020

Coronavirus vaccine at least a year away, but treatment could be here in months
Newsweek, 03/12/2020