Education and Training:
PhD, University of Georgia
Post-doc, University of California, San Francisco with the Program on Reproductive Health and the Environment
Stephanie Eick is an environmental and reproductive epidemiologist by training. Her research focuses on the health effects of environmental and non-chemical (e.g., psychosocial) stressors during pregnancy. She has a particular interest in joint effects and understanding how non-chemical stressors can amplify the harmful effects of chemicals. She is also interested in biomarkers of stress response, such as oxidative stress and inflammation, and better understanding the biological mechanisms leading to adverse pregnancy and child health outcomes.