Jordan R. Kuiper

Jordan Kuiper

Jordan R. Kuiper

Assistant Professor

Full-time Faculty


School: Milken Institute School of Public Health

Department: Environmental and Occupational Health

Contact:

Milken Institute School of Public Health 950 New Hampshire Avenue, NW, 4th Floor Washington DC 20052

Dr. Jordan Kuiper is an environmental and prenatal/perinatal/pediatric epidemiologist whose research primarily focuses on children’s environmental health. Specifically, his work aims to characterize environmental exposures to legacy and emerging chemicals of concern across the early life-course, and further elucidate their implications on various child health outcomes. He is particularly interested in exposures to endocrine-disrupting chemicals, such as phthalates, organophosphate esters, bisphenols, and per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances. Most recently, his research has focused on children in the neonatal intensive care unit and identifying drivers of adverse outcomes among this heterogenous and highly vulnerable population.


In addition to children’s environmental health, Dr. Kuiper has extensive expertise in molecular epidemiology, including the use of biomarkers in epidemiologic research, as well as advanced biostatistical and epidemiological methods, including missing data, selection bias, exposure mixtures, causal inference, and latent variable modeling.

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