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Jessica Rice, DO, MHS
Jessica Rice
Assistant Professor

Dr. Rice’s research interests are in the field of environmental science and premature lung disease. She is the recipient of an NIH K23 Mentored Patient-Oriented Research Career Development award to study the effects of indoor air pollution on respiratory outcomes in preterm infants.



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Dr. Rice's research focuses on the indoor environment as a modifiable risk factor for pediatric lung disease. Her short-term goals are to investigate the health effects of indoor air pollution in the homes of preterm infants. Future work will develop, implement, and evaluate the health impact of an intervention to reduce indoor air pollution in homes of infants and children with chronic lung disease.

Education and Training

BS, Pennsylvania State University (Nutrition), 2004

BS, Pennsylvania State University (Life Sciences ), 2004

DO, Philadelphia College Of Osteopathic Medicine, 2009

MHS, Johns Hopkins School Of Public Health (Clinical Investigation), 2015

Titles and Academic Titles

Assistant Professor