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Julia Lippert

  • Assistant Professor
  • ​​PhD

  • Health Sciences
  • 773-325-8663
  • ​McGowan South 411B
​Courses Taught
  • Introduction to Public Health (HLTH 210)
  • Health Statistics (HLTH 240)
  • Fundamentals of Epidemiology (HLTH 310)
  • Introduction to Environmental Health (HLTH 345/ENV 355)
Research Interests
Dr. Julia Lippert is a public health researcher whose focus is in Environmental and Occupational Health studied through the application of social epidemiology, health statistics, and community based participatory research. The goal of her research is to support solutions-based approaches to address health disparities in vulnerable worker populations and underserved communities in Chicago. Specifically, Dr. Lippert works in health promotion through community-based partnerships with an emphasis on controlling environmental exposures. She also studies occupational stressors in low wage occupations and those with precarious employment.

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Lipp​ert JF, Buscemi, J, Saiyed, N, Silva, A, Benjamins, MR. Influenza and Pneumonia Mortality Across the 30 Biggest U.S. Cities: Assessment of Overall Trends and Racial Disparities. Journal of Racial and Environmental Health Disparities, 2021. 

Lippert JF, Montgomery, F., DeMarco, C. Lead Health Fairs: A community-based approach to addressing lead exposure in Chicago. Health Education and Behavior, Vol. 1-11, 2020. 

Lippert JF, Rosing, H, Tendick-Matesanz, F. The Health of Restaurant Work: A historical and social context to the occupational health of food service. American Journal of Industrial Medicine, Vol. 63, No. 7, 2020.

Alfreda Holloway-Beth, Ph.D; Linda Forst; Julia Lippert; Sherry Brandt-Rauf; Sally Fields; Lee Friedman. Risk Factors Associated with Legal Interventions. Injury Epidemiology, Vol. 3 No. 1, 2016.