Dr. Stephanie Holm received her medical degree in 2011 from the University of Pittsburgh. She is board certified in both pediatrics and occupational/environmental medicine (trained at Children’s Hospital and Research Center Oakland and University of California San Francisco, respectively). She also completed a year of pediatric pulmonary training at Oakland before leaving to further pursue her interests in pediatric research and pediatric environmental medicine. Dr. Holm completed an MPH in 2017 and a PhD in 2021 in epidemiology at UC Berkeley. As part of her work with the Region 9 PEHSU, she has reviewed literature relevant to disinfectants in early care and education environments and related to wildfire smoke exposures. Her ongoing research activities include work on outdoor air pollution and its effects on metabolic and neurologic outcomes in children, as well as work on cooking-related indoor air pollution and associated health effects in children.