Andres Cardenas Salazar

Andres Cardenas, PhD, MPH, received his undergraduate degree in biochemistry and biophysics, and his graduate degrees in biostatistics and public health, from Oregon State University. His research looks at environmental exposures in utero and epigenetic alterations along with their potential role in the developmental origins of health and disease. He is currently working with Marie-France Hivert and Emily Oken on research projects focused on epigenetics and environmental epidemiology. He is originally from Nicoya, Costa Rica.


Residential Proximity to Major Roadways at Birth, DNA Methylation at Birth and Midchildhood, and Childhood Cognitive Test Scores: Project Viva(Massachusetts, USA). (Pubmed Abstract)

Research Fellow