Location: KHS 129
Reproductive health, pregnancy complications, pre-term births, air pollution exposures, living near wildfire.
PUBH 401 Epidemiology
PUBH 115 Introduction to Environmental Health and Safety
PUBH 358 Contemporary Issues in Children’s Health
Dr. Bo Park received her doctorate in epidemiology and biostatistics from Drexel University, and her MPH from Dartmouth College. She was a postdoctoral fellow in the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Department of Mental Health, and her research interests focus on unraveling the complex relationship between environmental exposures and health outcomes in vulnerable populations using epidemiologic methods. In Dr. Park’s lab, Perinatal Environmental Exposure Awareness Study (PEEAS), undergraduate and graduate students are engaged in projects examining the role of environmental exposures on maternal and child outcomes.
Understanding impact of environmental exposures on pregnancy and birth outcomes using epidemiologic methods.
-The impact of wildfire on pregnancy and birth outcome
-Perception of self-worth and contraception choice.
-Hormone imbalance and body image on depression during and after pregnancy.