Faculty

Eva Wong

Clinical Assistant Professor, Epidemiology

206-263-8785
eva.wong@kingcounty.gov

Education

PhD Epidemiology, University of Washington, 2007
MS Environmental Health, University of Washington, 1999
BS Cornell University, 1997

Contact

206-263-8785
eva.wong@kingcounty.gov

Public Health Seattle and King County
401 Fifth Ave, Suite 1300
Seattle, WA 98104

Bio

Dr. Wong is an applied public health practitioner and researcher with a primary appointment as the senior maternal and child health epidemiologist at Public Health-Seattle & King County. In addition to co-leading the Best Starts for Kids evaluation, she serves as a senior epidemiologist and evaluation lead for maternal and child health programs within Public Health-Seattle & King County. Dr. Wong works closely with internal public health programs, students pursing public health and nursing graduate degrees, and is honored to work closely with local community-based organizations on upstream public health interventions.

Research Interests

My work focuses on community health assessment and evaluation of public health interventions, particularly around maternal and child health, chronic disease, health inequities, social determinants of health, environmental health, access to health care and epidemiologic methods.

Recent Publications (PubMed)

Benefits of delivering research podium presentations by students enrolled in pharmacy programs: A descriptive study.
(2021 Oct)
Curr Pharm Teach Learn 13(10): 1339-1345
Stec J, Madiraju C, Wong EY, Priefer R, Hua H

Students' perceptions of a new transitions of care elective course in the pharmacy curriculum.
(2021 Sep)
Curr Pharm Teach Learn 13(9): 1215-1220
Wong EY, Ha AT, Kolyouthapong K, Cheng G, Matin S, Hernandez EA

Learning on mobile augmented reality trails of integrity and ethics.
(2018)
Res Pract Technol Enhanc Learn 13(1): 22
Wong EYW, Kwong T, Pegrum M

Maternal Birthplace is Associated with Low Birth Weight Within Racial/Ethnic Groups.
(2017 Jun)
Matern Child Health J 21(6): 1358-1366
Wartko PD, Wong EY, Enquobahrie DA

Assessing the perceptual contributions of vowels and consonants to Mandarin sentence intelligibility.
(2013 Aug)
J Acoust Soc Am 134(2): EL178-84
Chen F, Wong LL, Wong EY

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