PhD, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, 2005
MPH, National School of Health, 1998
MD, University of Granada, 1996
Ana Navas-Acien is a physician-epidemiologist with a specialty in Preventive Medicine and Public Health and a long-term interest in the health consequences of widespread environmental exposures. Based on an epidemiologic approach, her research investigates chronic health effects of trace metals (e.g. arsenic, lead, cadmium, selenium) and other major environmental exposures (secondhand tobacco smoke, air pollution).
In addition to epidemiologic studies evaluating the adverse health effects of environmental exposures, Dr. Navas-Acien conducts resarch in support of progressive policies that reduce involuntary exposure to environmental toxicants.
Honors and Awards
2013-2014 and 2008-2009 Advising, Mentoring & Teaching Recognition Awards (AMTRA)
2010 Delta Omega Honor Society
2005 Phi Beta Kappa, Johns Hopkins University
2002-2004 Fulbright Scholar
2001-2002 Dyar Memorial Award Fund