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Kaitlin  Taibl

Doctoral Stud-Add'l Assgnmt/BW

Kaitlin's 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 several, ongoing population-based birth cohort studies participating in the NIH ECHO Program (i.e., ATL AA Maternal-Child Cohort, CIOB, IKIDS, PROTECT). Her current work aims to elucidate how the intrauterine and extrauterine environments affect health outcomes across the life course, particularly among marginalized or otherwise vulnerable populations. 

Contact Information

Atlanta , GA


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Areas of Interest

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


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

Affiliations & Activities

  • Early-Career Researcher Reviewer, Environmental Health Perspectives
  • Laney Graduate School Council Social Chair, Emory University
  • Co-President of Environmental Health Sciences Doctoral Program, Emory University
  • Delta Omega Honorary Society – Phi Chapter, Emory University