Edmund Seto

Professor, Env. and Occ. Health Sciences

University of Washington
Box 357234

Seattle, WA 98195-


eseto@uw.edu

Research Interests

Exposure assessment. Air pollution exposure measurement and modeling. Community noise measurement and modeling. Epidemiologic infectious disease transmission modeling. Mobile phone-based exposure science. Low-cost sensor systems.

DEOHS Biography

Education

AB Computer Science, University of California (Berkeley), 1993

MS Environmental Health Sciences, University of California (Berkeley), 1995

PhD Environmental Health Sciences, University of California (Berkeley), 2000

In the News

Navy jet noise could mean long-term health impacts for Whidbey Island
The Seattle Times, 05/15/2024

Noise could take years off your life — here are the health impacts
The New York Times, 06/09/2023

Where’d all the smoke go? It didn’t just disappear
KUOW, 09/25/2020

Sea-Tac planes are emitting a unique kind of pollution —and it's not regulated
KUOW, 12/06/2019

New Washington map shows why environmental health is a justice issue; see the risks in your area
The Seattle Times, 01/14/2019

How polluted is your neighborhood? This new tool will tell you
Crosscut, 01/14/2019

Ever wonder if your neighborhood is making you sick? Use this new tool to find out
KUOW, 01/11/2019

Park facilities encourage longer bouts of physical activity, study finds.
SPH Connect, 10/25/2018

Park facilities encourage longer bouts of physical activity, study finds
SPH News, 10/09/2018

Seattle mom tries crowdsourcing to keep tabs on air quality
KOMO News, 08/23/2018