PhD, Epidemiology, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
MSPH, Epidemiology, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
BA, Biology, Oberlin College
Dr. Emily Harville is a perinatal epidemiologist with interests in how pregnancy and reproduction relate to health throughout the life course, including the biological mechanisms by which health disparities are created. Major projects include studying the relationship between cardiovascular and reproductive health in the Bogalusa Heart Study; effects of environmental and social risk factors on reproductive-aged women in the aftermath of the Gulf oil spill; and effects of disaster on pregnant and postpartum women. She is an advisor to the CCREOH (Caribbean Consortium for Research in Environmental and Occupational Health) project in Suriname. She teaches the third-level epidemiologic methods course, EPID 7130 Observational Epidemiology.
View Dr. Harville's publications at her NCBI profile page.