Lori Hoepner, MPH, DrPH

Lori Hoepner, MPH, DrPH, is the data manager for the Center’s New York City cohort and a Senior Staff Associate Officer of Research with the Department of Environmental Health Science at the Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University.  She has extensive experience with complex datasets, having managed health research data at the Data Coordinating Center at the Mailman School of Public Health since 1999. Prior to joining Columbia University, she spent three years as a Public Health Epidemiologist with the New York City Department of Health. Dr. Hoepner’s co-authorship on a substantial number of publications attests to the significant contributions she has made as a member of the Data Management, Statistics & Community Impact Modeling Core at the Center. Dr. Hoepner holds a Master of Public Health from Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine and a DrPH in Environmental Health Sciences at Columbia University.

Selected Publications:
Hoepner LA, Whyatt RM, Just AC, Calafat AM, Perera FP, Rundle AG. Urinary Concentrations of Bisphenol A in an Urban Minority Birth Cohort in New York City, Prenatal Through Age 7 Years. Environmental Research, 2013, 122:38-44.

Narváez RF, Hoepner L, Chillrud SN, Yan B, Garfinkel R, Whyatt R, Camann D, Perera FP, Kinney PL, Miller RL. Spatial and Temporal Trends of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons and Other Traffic-Related Airborne Pollutants in New York City. Environmental Science & Technology, 2008, 42(19):7330-5.

Patel MM, Hoepner L, Garfinkel R, Chillrud S, Reyes A, Perera F, Miller RL. Ambient metals and elemental carbon in fine particulate matter predict wheeze and cough in very young urban children, American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 2009;180:1107-1113.

Rundle A, Hoepner L, Hassoun A, Oberfield S, Freyer G, Holmes D, Reyes M, Quinn J, Camann D, Perera F, Whyatt R. Association of Childhood Obesity With Maternal Exposure to Ambient Air Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons During Pregnancy. American Journal of Epidemiology, 2012, 175(11): 1163-1172.

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