Faculty

Joel Kaufman

Professor, Epidemiology
Professor, Env. and Occ. Health Sciences
Professor, Medicine - General Internal Medicine

206-616-3501
joelk@uw.edu

Education

MD University of Michigan, 1986
MPH Environmental Health, University of Washington, 1990

Contact

206-616-3501
joelk@uw.edu

Box 354695
4225 Roosevelt Way NE
Suite 302
Seattle, WA 98105

Research Interests

Environmental and occupational epidemiology, health effects of diesel exhaust exposures, environmental factors in cardiovascular and respiratory disease, occupational asthma, traffic-related air pollution and environmental health

Recent Publications (PubMed)

Black carbon content in airway macrophages is associated with increased severe exacerbations and worse COPD morbidity in SPIROMICS.
(2022 Nov 14)
Respir Res 23(1): 310
Tejwani V, Woo H, Liu C, Tillery AK, Gassett AJ, Kanner RE, Hoffman EA, Martinez FJ, Woodruff PG, Barr RG, Fawzy A, Koehler K, Curtis JL, Freeman CM, Cooper CB, Comellas AP, Pirozzi C, Paine R, Tashkin D, Krishnan JA, Sack C, Putcha N, Paulin LM, Zusman M, Kaufman JD, Alexis NE, Hansel NN

Within-City Variation in Ambient Carbon Monoxide Concentrations: Leveraging Low-Cost Monitors in a Spatiotemporal Modeling Framework.
(2022 Sep)
Environ Health Perspect 130(9): 97008
Bi J, Zuidema C, Clausen D, Kirwa K, Young MT, Gassett AJ, Seto EYW, Sampson PD, Larson TV, Szpiro AA, Sheppard L, Kaufman JD

Invited Perspective: A Critical Part of a Real-World Environmental Health Trial Is to Demonstrate That the Intervention Reduced Exposure.
(2022 Sep)
Environ Health Perspect 130(9): 91304
Kaufman JD

Racial and Ethnic Differences in All-Cause and Cardiovascular Disease Mortality: The MESA Study.
(2022 Jul 19)
Circulation 146(3): 229-239
Post WS, Watson KE, Hansen S, Folsom AR, Szklo M, Shea S, Barr RG, Burke G, Bertoni AG, Allen N, Pankow JS, Lima JAC, Rotter JI, Kaufman JD, Johnson WC, Kronmal RA, Diez-Roux AV, McClelland RL

Impacts of long-term ambient particulate matter and gaseous pollutants on circulating biomarkers of inflammation in male and female health professionals.
(2022 Nov)
Environ Res 214(Pt 1): 113810
Iyer HS, Hart JE, Fiffer MR, Elliott EG, Yanosky JD, Kaufman JD, Puett RC, Laden F

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