Faculty

Jeffrey Stanaway

Adjunct Assistant Professor, Epidemiology
Assistant Professor, Health Metrics Sciences
Assistant Professor, Global Health

206-897-3818
stanaway@uw.edu

Education

PhD Epidemiology, University of Washington, 2013
MPH Family and Child Health , University of Arizona, 2008
BS Biology, Virginia Polytechnic Inst & State Univ, 2007
BS Human Nutrition, Virginia Polytechnic Inst & State Univ, 2001

Contact

206-897-3818
stanaway@uw.edu

Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation
2301 5th Avenue, Suite 600
Box 358210
Seattle, WA 98121

Bio

Dr. Stanaway received his PhD in Epidemiology from the University of Washington and his MPH from the University of Arizona. He is Assistant Professor at the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) at the University of Washington, where he is part of the research team for the landmark Global Burden of Disease study. In this role, he has modeled morbidity and mortality from enteric diseases, neglected tropical diseases, and environmental risk factors. His research focuses on macro-epidemiology with a special interest in understanding connections between the physical environment and the spatiotemporal distribution of disease.

Research Interests

Dr. Stanaway's current research lies primarily in descriptive epidemiology and burden estimation, with a focus on enteric infections (e.g. typhoid, paratyphoid, and iNTS), and environmental risk factors (e.g. temperature and air pollution).

Recent Publications (PubMed)

Health effects associated with vegetable consumption: a Burden of Proof study.
(2022 Oct)
Nat Med 28(10): 2066-2074
Stanaway JD, Afshin A, Ashbaugh C, Bisignano C, Brauer M, Ferrara G, Garcia V, Haile D, Hay SI, He J, Iannucci V, Lescinsky H, Mullany EC, Parent MC, Serfes AL, Sorensen RJD, Aravkin AY, Zheng P, Murray CJL

The Burden of Proof studies: assessing the evidence of risk.
(2022 Oct)
Nat Med 28(10): 2038-2044
Zheng P, Afshin A, Biryukov S, Bisignano C, Brauer M, Bryazka D, Burkart K, Cercy KM, Cornaby L, Dai X, Dirac MA, Estep K, Fay KA, Feldman R, Ferrari AJ, Gakidou E, Gil GF, Griswold M, Hay SI, He J, Irvine CMS, Kassebaum NJ, LeGrand KE, Lescinsky H, Lim SS, Lo J, Mullany EC, Ong KL, Rao PC, Razo C, Reitsma MB, Roth GA, Santomauro DF, Sorensen RJD, Srinivasan V, Stanaway JD, Vollset SE, Vos T, Wang N, Welgan CA, Wozniak SS, Aravkin AY, Murray CJL

Effectiveness of interventions to improve drinking water, sanitation, and handwashing with soap on risk of diarrhoeal disease in children in low-income and middle-income settings: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
(2022 Jul 2)
Lancet 400(10345): 48-59
Wolf J, Hubbard S, Brauer M, Ambelu A, Arnold BF, Bain R, Bauza V, Brown J, Caruso BA, Clasen T, Colford JM Jr, Freeman MC, Gordon B, Johnston RB, Mertens A, Prüss-Ustün A, Ross I, Stanaway J, Zhao JT, Cumming O, Boisson S

Mortality burden attributable to high and low ambient temperatures in China and its provinces: Results from the Global Burden of Disease Study 2019.
(2022 Jul)
Lancet Reg Health West Pac 24(): 100493
Liu J, Liu T, Burkart KG, Wang H, He G, Hu J, Xiao J, Yin P, Wang L, Liang X, Zeng F, Stanaway JD, Brauer M, Ma W, Zhou M

Global mortality burden attributable to non-optimal temperatures - Authors' reply.
(2022 Mar 19)
Lancet 399(10330): 1113-1114
Burkart KG, Brauer M, Aravkin AY, Godwin WW, Hay SI, He J, Iannucci VC, Larson SL, Lim SS, Liu J, Murray CJL, Zheng P, Zhou M, Stanaway JD

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