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Daniel Asmamaw Enquobahrie

Daniel Asmamaw Enquobahrie
Daniel Asmamaw Enquobahrie
Department of Epidemiology
University of Washington
Tel: 206-287-2390
Fax: 206-287-2662


Dr. Enquobahrie is Assistant Professor of Epidemiology at the University Of Washington UW School Of Public Health. Dr. Enquobahrie received his medical degree from Addis Ababa University Ethiopia and his Masters of Public Health and Ph.D in Epidemiology degrees from the UW. He also received postdoctoral training at the Harvard School of Public Health. Dr. Enquobahrie is a cardiovascular and perinatal epidemiologist with particular interest in genetic epidemiology. He is affiliated with the Cardiovascular Health Research Unit UW and the Center for Perinatal Studies Swedish Medical Center both in Seattle WA. Dr. Enquobahire is involved in research that addresses cardiovascular risk development at all stages of life with particular emphasis on pregnancy and the perinatal period. His research employs genomics transcriptomics and proteomics approaches and integration of population clinical and laboratory based studies. Dr. Enquobahrie collaborates extensively with investigators involved in multidisciplinary research at domestic and international institutions.

Research Interest

Cardiovascular and perinatal epidemiology
Genes and gene environment interactions
Transcription/post-transcription regulation
Developmental origins of chronic diseases
International research