Dr. Julianne Meisner is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the UW Department of Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences (DEOHS) and a Veterinary Public Health Fellow at the International Livestock Research Institute. A veterinarian with a PhD in Epidemiology, Dr. Meisner’s research interests focus on the intersection of human, animal and environmental health.
Dr. Meisner’s current research focuses on the human and environmental health implications of livestock-keeping in low-resource settings and the application of methods drawn from causal inference and spatial epidemiology to tackle methodological challenges unique to epidemiologic studies at the human-animal-environment interface.
She is currently an active co-investigator in the UW Center for One Health Research (part of DEOHS) and in the Department of Global Health’s I-TECH. She is currently contributing to a Washington state occupational health study focusing on Washington state dairies through the PNASH Center.