Rollins School of Public Health | Faculty Profile
Emory Rollins School of Public Health

Mia  Mattioli

Adjunct Assistant Professor

Adjunct or Visiting, Environmental Health

Dr. Mattioli serves as the domestic activity lead for the Centers for Disease Control’s Environmental Microbiology Laboratory of the Waterborne Disease Prevention Branch within the Division of Foodborne, Waterborne and Environmental Diseases and the National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases. Her work focuses on environmental health research areas such as drinking water, irrigation water, wastewater, recreational water, soil, food, water distribution systems, and the development of advanced molecular detection technologies. Her research is focused on the intersection between the environment and human health with a specific interest in the relationship between, and fate and transport of, fecal indicators and enteric pathogens in various environmental matrices. Dr. Mattioli also leads the environmental investigations of waterborne outbreak responses by the CDC. She has a Bachelor of Science in Biological Engineering from the University of Georgia and a Master and Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering from Stanford University.

Contact Information

, GA

Email: mc.mattioli@emory.edu

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Areas of Interest

  • Risk Assessment
  • Safe Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
  • Built Environment
  • Ecology, Demography and Environmental Sciences
  • Environmental Health

Affiliations & Activities

Dr. Mattioli serves as the domestic activity lead for the Centers for Disease Control’s Environmental Microbiology Laboratory of the Waterborne Disease Prevention Branch within the Division of Foodborne, Waterborne and Environmental Diseases and the National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases. Her work focuses on environmental health research areas such as drinking water, irrigation water, wastewater, recreational water, soil, food, water distribution systems, and the development of advanced molecular detection technologies. Her research is focused on the intersection between the environment and human health with a specific interest in the relationship between, and fate and transport of, fecal indicators and enteric pathogens in various environmental matrices. Dr. Mattioli also leads the environmental investigations of waterborne outbreak responses by the CDC. She has a Bachelor of Science in Biological Engineering from the University of Georgia and a Master and Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering from Stanford University.

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