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Kaitlin  Taibl

Doctoral Stud-Add'l Assgnmt/BW

Kaitlin is a PEO Scholar, T32 trainee, and recipient of 3 international awards. Her research is focused on biomarker discovery and characterization of biological mechanisms for adverse pregnancy and birth outcomes caused by environmental chemical exposures. She is involved in the NIH ECHO Program through the Atlanta African American Maternal-Child Cohort, Chemicals In Our Bodies, Illinois Kids In Development Study, and Puerto Rico Testsite for Exploring Contamination Threats. The aim of Kaitlin's current work is to elucidate how the intrauterine and extrauterine environments affect the lifespan in health disparity populations. 

Contact Information

Atlanta , GA


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Areas of Interest

  • Biomarkers
  • Chemical Exposure
  • Disease Pathogenesis
  • Exposome
  • Health Disparities
  • Maternal and Child Health


  • Master of Science in Public Health 2021, Emory University
  • Bachelor of Science 2017, Chapman University

Affiliations & Activities

  • PEO Scholar, International Chapter of PEO Sisterhood
  • T32 Trainee, NIEHS Environmental Health Science and Toxicology Training Grant, Emory University 
  • Vice President, Laney Graduate Student Council, Emory University
  • Co-President, Environmental Health Sciences Doctoral Program, Emory University
  • Representative, Doctoral Student Advisory Board for Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University