Beth Triche is a perinatal, pediatric, and environmental epidemiologist with experience conducting large-scale field studies enrolling thousands of women during pregnancy and children with asthma or at risk for asthma. Her research focuses on risk factors for adverse pregnancy outcomes and on the effects of in-utero exposures on the longer-term health of the women and her offspring. She also conducts research on multiple sclerosis, including rehabilitation trials.
Dr. Beth Triche's research focuses on perinatal, pediatric and environmental epidemiology. She conducts studies on the effects of genetic factors, environmental exposures, dietary intake, and comorbid conditions on adverse pregnancy outcomes, particularly preeclampsia. She also conducts studies on the effects of in-utero exposures on the health of the offspring and the longer-term effects on the mother. Another area of research focuses on multiple sclerosis, a disease that primarily affects women in the prime of their lives, including rehabilitation trials. Dr. Triche has also researched the role of environmental pollutants on asthma development and severity in children.
ELIZABETH TRICHE, Ph.D.
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