Daniel Enquobahrie

Associate Professor, Epidemiology
Adjunct Associate Professor, Health Services



PhD Epidemiology, University of Washington, 2007
MPH Epidemiology, University of Washington, 2005
MD Medicine (MD), Addis Ababa University, 1996



Department of Epidemiology
Office F-351C
Box 357236
1959 NE Pacific Street
Health Sciences Building
Seattle, WA 98195


Dr. Enquobahrie is Associate Professor in the Department of Epidemiology and Adjunct Associate Professor in the Department of Health Services. He is Director of the Center of Excellence in Maternal and Child Health.

Research Interests

Dr. Enquobahrie’s research interests span cardiovascular/metabolic, reproductive/perinatal, and genetic/epigenetic epidemiology. His research focuses on (1) pre-pregnancy and early/mid pregnancy risk factors (and associated mechanisms) for pregnancy complications and outcomes, and (2) early life and developmental origins of metabolic and cardiovascular diseases.

Recent Publications (PubMed)

A retrospective cohort study of race/ethnicity, pre-pregnancy weight, and pregnancy complications.
(2021 Jun 8)
J Matern Fetal Neonatal Med
Tiwari R, Enquobahrie DA, Wander PL, Painter I, Souter V

Association of Antidepressant Continuation in Pregnancy and Infant Birth Weight.
(2021 May 22)
J Clin Psychopharmacol
Wartko PD, Weiss NS, Enquobahrie DA, Chan KCG, Stephenson-Famy A, Mueller BA, Dublin S

Characterization of the Early Years of Bevacizumab Use for First-Line Treatment of Ovarian Cancer in the United States.
(2021 Apr 12)
JCO Oncol Pract
Jorge S, Goff BA, Gray HJ, Enquobahrie DA, Doll KM

Epigenome-wide analysis of long-term air pollution exposure and DNA methylation in monocytes: results from the Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis.
(2021 Apr 5)
C Chi G, Liu Y, MacDonald JW, M Reynolds L, Enquobahrie DA, L Fitzpatrick A, Kerr KF, J Budoff M, Lee SI, Siscovick D, D Kaufman J

Associations of Pre- and Postnatal Air Pollution Exposures with Child Blood Pressure and Modification by Maternal Nutrition: A Prospective Study in the CANDLE Cohort.
(2021 Apr)
Environ Health Perspect 129(4): 47004
Ni Y, Szpiro AA, Young MT, Loftus CT, Bush NR, LeWinn KZ, Sathyanarayana S, Enquobahrie DA, Davis RL, Kratz M, Fitzpatrick AL, Sonney JT, Tylavsky FA, Karr CJ

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