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Daniel A. Enquobahrie

Adjunct Associate Professor, Health Services
Associate Professor, Epidemiology (primary appt.)


PhD   University of Washington, 2007   (Epidemiology)
MPH   University of Washington, 2005   (Epidemiology)
MD   Addis Ababa University, 1996   (Medicine (MD))

Contact Info


office:   F-351C

1959 NE Pacific Street
Health Sciences Building
Seattle, WA 98195

campus box:   357236
voice:   206-543-7559
fax:   206-543-8525

Cardiovascular/metabolic, reproductive/perinatal, and genetic/epigenetic epidemiology; pre-pregnancy and early/mid pregnancy risk factors (and associated mechanisms) for pregnancy complications and outcomes; early life and developmental origins of metabolic and cardiovascular diseases.
  • HSERV 542
    Epidemiology of Maternal and Child Health Problems
  • HSERV 592
    Maternal and Child Health Research Seminar
Chair, thesis committee for Sophia Dzilenski
Perception of weight and physical activity behaviors among youth

Member, thesis committee for Erin LePoire
Implementation of a shared decision-making tool for patient considering trial of labor after cesarean section (TOLAC)

Chair, thesis committee for Natalia Afonso
Multiple Sclerosis, the decision to become pregnant, and factors associated with perinatal relapse

Chair, thesis committee for Robin Supplee
Evaluation of the Influence of Interdepartmental Training on Early Pregnancy Loss Management Practice Change

University of Washington Center of Excellence Maternal and Child Health Education in, Education, Science and
Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)
PI:   Enquobahrie           Dates:    6/1/2019 - 5/31/2020

Prenatal and Early Childhood Pathways To Health: An Integrated Model of Chemical and Social Exposures, Biological Mechanisms, and Sex-Specific Effects on Neurodevelopment and Respiratory Outcomes
National Institutes of Health (NIH)
PI:   Karr           Dates:    9/1/2018 - 8/31/2023

Maternal physical activity and sedentary time during pregnancy and infant growth
American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM)
PI:   Enquobahrie           Dates:    7/1/2016 - 6/30/2017