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Dr. Jennifer J. Adibi, MPH, ScD

Assistant Professor, Epidemiology

Assistant Professor, Department of Obstetrics/Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences


516 Parran Hall
R-znvy: nqvovw@cvgg.rqh
Primary Phone: 967-179-6468
Fax: 967-179-2842

Personal Statement

My research addresses the role of the placenta in the fetal origins of health and disease generally. Specifically, I am interested in the effects of endocrine disrupting chemicals on placental contributions to fetal development. We employ in vitro models of the early term placenta using undifferentiated and differentiated cell types, and estimate associations using biomarkers of placental function at the population level, tissue level markers, and data collected in the clinic and through research surveys.


2011 | University of California, San Francisco | Post-doctoral training in placental and stem cell biology
2008 | Harvard School of Public Health and Mailman School of Public Health | Post-doctoral training in environmental epidemiology
2007 | Harvard School of Public Health | Doctor of Science
2002 | Mailman School of Public Health | Masters of Public Health
1992 | Brown University | Bachelor's of Arts


Guest Lecturer, Reproductive Epidemiology (EPID 2720)

Guest Lecturer, Principles of Environmental Exposure (EOH 2504)

Guest Lecturer, Infectious Disease Epidemiology (EPID 2160)

Guest Lecturer, Prevention, Treatment and Control of Global Infectious Disease (IDM 2038)

Primary Instructor, Molecular Epidemiology: Tools and Techniques (EPID 2601)

Selected Publications



Jennifer J. Adibi
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