Molly Kile, ScD

Assistant Professor


College of Public Health and Human Sciences
15 Milam
Corvallis, OR 97331

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Office phone: 541-737-1443
Fax: 541-737-6914

School, program or other affiliation

  • School of Biological and Population Health Sciences
  • Public Health
  • Environmental and Occupational Health
  • International Health

Research Interests

My major research interests are environmental, molecular epidemiology and global health. I am interested in understanding how exposure to chemicals in our environment influences maternal and child health. Specifically, I am interested in how chemical exposures in utero may alter epigenetic mechanisms that could contribute to chronic diseases later in life. I am also interested in how genetic and other individual factors such as nutritional factors may interact with chemical exposures to influences susceptibility to disease. I have a very strong background in exposure biology and developing cohorts for environmental epidemiological studies. I also have a very strong interest in international environmental health studies.

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Biography

Dr Molly Kile received her doctorate from Harvard School of Public Health in Environmental Health. She continued her postdoctoral training at Harvard in molecular epidemiology

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