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Jaclyn Goodrich, PhD

She/Her


Public Health

My research interests combine toxicology, epidemiology and epigenomics with the goal of identifying environmental exposures and their mechanisms that contribute to disease susceptibility at various life-stages (in utero, early childhood, and adulthood). Epigenetic modification by environmental factors is one mechanism that can link exposures to toxicity and disease outcomes. I am assessing the impact of exposures from the workplace (e.g. firefighting) or the broader environment (e.g., lead, phthalates, PFAS) on epigenetic modifications (DNA methylation) in epidemiological cohorts from around the globe using both candidate gene and epigenome-wide approaches. I integrateĀ data on exposures, DNA methylation, and health outcomes to better understand personal disease risk from exposures at vulnerable life-stages.


Projects:

Firefighter Cancer Cohort Study; Environmental Epigenetics and Precision Health

University Affiliation(s)

M-LEEaD

Community and Professional Affiliation(s)

EMGS | SOT

Research Area(s)

Epidemiology | Genetics / Genomics / other OMICS | Global Health

Grants

  • Co-investigator of: High-Dimensional Epigenomic and Metabolomic Responses to Metal and EDC Exposures
  • Co-investigator of: E3Gen: Multigenerational Effects of Toxicant Exposures on Life Course Health and Neurocognitive Outcomes in the ELEMENT Birth Cohorts
  • Co-investigator of: Development of piRNAs for target-specific methylation
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