Overview of the James-Todd Lab
Our Mission: Our lab’s mission is to improve women’s reproductive and long-term health through the study of the role of environmental factors on adverse health outcomes across the life course.
Our Research: Our lab’s research focuses on the role of environmental factors on maternal health outcomes, pregnancy complications, and racial/ethnic disparities as well as the development of pregnancy and postpartum interventions. Our research topics can be found here.
Our Team: Our team is led by Dr. Tamarra James-Todd, who serves as the Mark and Catherine Winkler Assistant Professor of Environmental Reproductive and Perinatal Epidemiology at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Our full team can be found here.
Our Findings: Our team has a variety of publications around the implications of environmental health factors on pregnancy complications, racial disparities, diabetes, and various other health outcomes. Our publications can be found here.