Professor in the Department of Environmental Health
Professor of Medicine, HMS
Associate Physician, Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Dr. Gold’s research focuses on the relationships between environmental exposures and the incidence or severity of respiratory diseases, including asthma. The environmental exposures considered include indoor allergens, including fungi, smoking, outdoor ozone and particles. She investigates the environmental exposures which may explain socioeconomic, cultural and gender differences which have been observed in asthma severity. These include perinatal exposures and family stress as well as exposure to the allergens and pollutants mentioned above. She is also interested in the cardiopulmonary effects of particles on the elderly.
M.P.H., 1987, Harvard School of Public Health
D.T.M. & H., 1983, University of Liverpool, England
M.D., 1979, University of Connecticut School of Medicine
B.A., 1973, Harvard University