Julianne Meisner

Assistant Professor, Epidemiology
Assistant Professor, Global Health
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Env. and Occ. Health Sciences


PhD University of Washington, 2021
MS Epidemiology, University of Washington, 2017
BVM&S University of Edinburgh (UK), 2011


Box 351619
Department of Epidemiology
Hans Rosling Center for Population Health, 766
Seattle, WA 98105


Dr. Julianne Meisner is an Assistant Professor in the UW Department of Global Health and the UW Department of Epidemiology, and an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences (DEOHS). A veterinarian with a PhD in Epidemiology, Dr. Meisner’s work focuses on the intersection of human, animal and environmental health.

Dr. Meisner’s current research focuses on the human and environmental health implications of livestock-keeping, and the application of methods drawn from causal inference and spatial epidemiology to tackle methodological challenges unique to One Health studies. She is also interested in political and social forces that influence multispecies collectives, particularly the influence of land rights and institutional distrust on human-animal contact networks.

She is affiliated with UW Center for One Health Research, and the Department of Global Health’s I-TECH and ICRC, and teaches courses on One Health and pandemics.

Research Interests

Safe Workplaces, Agricultural health and safety, Environmental Health, Infectious diseases, Occupational Health, One Health

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