Professor, Pediatrics - General Pediatrics
Professor, Env. and Occ. Health Sciences
Adjunct Professor, Epidemiology
4225 Roosevelt Way NE, Suite 100
Seattle, WA 98105-
Pediatric environmental health. Air pollution. Asthma. Pesticides. Global children's environmental health. Farmworker health. Community engaged research.
PhD Epidemiology, University of Washington, 2004
MD Medicine, University of Washington, 1999
MS Toxicology, University of Washington, 1989
BS Biology, University of Michigan, 1984
In the News
EPA allows continued use of pesticide linked to developmental issues in children
ABC News, 07/19/2019
Researchers explore a pesticide link to asthma in farmworkers' children.
WUNC: North Carolina Public Radio, 09/07/2018
Does Yakima Valley agriculture trigger asthma?
Yakima Herald, 06/29/2018
Dairy farms battle environmentalists over manure
KING5 News, 06/09/2018
Dairy farms battle environmentalists over manure.
King5 News, 06/07/2018
Catherine Karr: improving paediatric respiratory health.
The Lancet, 05/25/2018
Effort to combat lead in Washington is 'not adequately resourced.'
Elementary schools testing positive for lead
KIRO 7, 05/03/2018
For farmworkers' kids, country air means dust, pesticides and asthma.
Asthma study hopes
to improve disease management among Valley children
Yakima Herald, 03/21/2017