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

Stefanie  Ebelt

Associate Professor

Faculty, Environmental Health

Jointly Appointed, Epidemiology

My research focuses on examining cardiovascular and respiratory effects of ambient air quality using population- and panel-based approaches.  I lead several large-scale time-series studies of ambient air quality and acute morbidity, with specific interests in assessing the health impacts of air pollution, meteorological conditions, and weather extremes. My research also includes field investigations, with detailed exposure and health outcome data collected in panels of susceptible individuals.

Contact Information

1518 Clifton Road, NE

Atlanta , GA 30322

Phone: (404) 712-9636

Fax: (404) 727-8744


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Areas of Interest

  • Air Pollution
  • Climate and Health
  • Epidemiology
  • Exposure Assessment


  • B.Sc. 1997, University of British Columbia
  • M.Sc. 2000, University of British Columbia
  • Sc.D. 2005, Harvard School of Public Health

Courses Taught

  • EH 596: Rsch.Design in Environm.Health
  • EH 596: Rsch.Design in Environm.Health
  • EHS 790R: Research Design and Management
  • EHS 797R: Directed Study
  • EH 594: Capstone Sem:Skills for EH Pro

Affiliations & Activities

  • Member, Climate@Emory. For more information, visit us at, follow us on Twitter, or contact us at
  • Point of Contact for Emory University as an observer organization in the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change process
  • Member, Health Effects Institute Review Panel on Ultrafine Particles. “Understanding the Health Effects of Ambient Ultrafine Particles. HEI Perspectives 3. Health Effects Institute, Boston, MA, January 2013”. Available here.
  • Member, National Research Council’s ad hoc Committee on Urban Meteorology: Scoping the Problem, Defining the Needs. Final report: “National Research Council. Urban Meteorology: Forecasting, Monitoring, and Meeting Users' Needs. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press, 2012”. Available here.




  • , , Ambient air pollution and emergency department visits for asthma: a multi-city assessment of effect modification by age, Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology, 26, 180-188
  • , , Assessment of neighborhood-level socioeconomic status as a modifier of air pollution-asthma associations among children in Atlanta, Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, doi:10.1136/jech-2015-206530,
  • , , Associations between source-apportioned particulate matter and emergency department visits for respiratory disease in four US cities, Environmental Health Perspectives, doi:10.1289/EHP271,
  • , , Estimating health effects of ambient volatile organic compounds, Epidemiology, accepted,
  • , , Susceptibility to heat-related fluid and electrolyte imbalance emergency department visits in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health – Special Issue on Climate Change and Human Health, in press,
  • , , Warm-season temperatures and emergency department visits in Atlanta, Georgia, Environmental Research, 147, 314-323