Judit Marsillach

Blog entry |
Judit Marsillach has always been drawn to research that improves people’s well-being. But a lucky choice of college roommates led her to the field of environmental health.

Faculty Member |
Dr. Judit Marsillach is Assistant Professor in the Department of Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences at the University of Washington School of Public Health. In May 2021, she was appointed as the Sheldon D. Murphy Endowed Chair in Toxicology and Environmental Health.

News release |
MEDIA CONTACT: Deirdre Lockwood, DEOHS Public Information Editor: deirdrel@uw.edu SEATTLE (January 8, 2024) — Children in farming communities face a variety of environmental hazards, including pesticides, diesel exhaust, airborne dust, wildfire smoke, groundwater pollution and socioeconomic stressors.

Student Research Project |
The use of chemical agents to eradicate pests and weeds is prevalent across both developing and developed countries, and it plays a crucial role in the agricultural sector by enhancing crop yields and minimizing losses.