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Creator:   Editorial Office
Created:   4/20/2010
Contains:  58 items

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A Conversation with Dimitrios Trichopoulos

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A Conversation with Jean Golding

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A Conversation with Jean Golding

Creator: Nadja Vielot
Duration: 43:27
Epidemiology Epidemiology. 25(1):147-151, January 2014
Jean Golding is probably best known for her ALSPAC study (“Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children”), a cohort study that enrolled nearly 15,000 pregnant women in the early 1990’s and continues to follow the health of the mothers and their children. Though she retired from her duties as study director in 2006, Dr. Golding continues an active research program in genetic and environmental risk factors for behavioral and neurocognitive outcomes. Dr. Golding also launched the journal Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology, and served as editor-in-chief for 25 years.

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A Conversation With Jack Schull

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A Conversation with Jack Schull

Creator: Nadja Vielot
Duration: 30:57
Epidemiology Epidemiology. 15(1):118-122, January 2004
Jack Schull was an early pioneer in the study of human genetics, and was one of the lead investigators in the follow-up of the Japanese atomic bomb survivors, which established the effects of ionizing radiation on cancer risk in humans. In 1972 he founded the Center for Demographic and Poulation Genetics at the University of Texas at Houston, where he currently serves as Professor Emeritus.

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A Conversation With Lester Breslow

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A Conversation with Lester Breslow

Creator: Katie O’Brien
Duration: 67:47
Epidemiology Epidemiology. 16(3):410-413, May 2005
In addition to studying social, occupational, and environmental causes of lung cancer and coronary heart disease, Dr. Lester Breslow made extensive contributions to more general public health topics such as aging, chronic disease prevention, health policy, and health measurement and monitoring. Dr. Breslow served as the Dean of the School of Public Health at the University of California at Los Angeles, and was a member of the Institute of Medicine.

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A Conversation With Brian MacMahon

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A Conversation with Brian MacMahon

Creator: Katie O’Brien
Duration: 34:28
Epidemiology Epidemiology. 15(4):504-508, July 2004
Brian MacMahon was a chronic disease epidemiologist who served for 30 years as head of the Department of Epidemiology at the Harvard School of Public Health. His textbook, Epidemiology: Principles and Methods, written with Thomas Pugh, was the first modern epidemiology textbook and stood for many years as a standard in the field. Dr. MacMahon died in 2007 at the age of 85.

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A Conversation With D. A. Henderson

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A Conversation with D.A. Henderson

Creator: Katie O’Brien
Duration: 39:49
Epidemiology Epidemiology. 16(2):266-269, March 2005
Donald Ainslie Henderson is best known for his administrative and surveillance work. He served as the director of both the CDC and WHO smallpox eradication programs in the 1960s, dean at the Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health in the 1970s and 80s, and was the Deputy Assistant Secretary and Principal Science Adviser in the Department of Health and Human Services in the 1990s. In 2001, Dr. Henderson was appointed Director of the Office of Public Health Emergency Prepardness, where he continues to serve an advisory role.

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A Conversation with Joseph F. Fraumeni, Jr.

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A Conversation with Leonard Syme

Creator: Katie O’Brien
Duration: 38:12
Epidemiology Epidemiology. 22(6):867-871, November 2011
Dr. Syme began his career in the 1960s as a medical sociologist with an interest in coronary heart disease and has since established himself as one of the first social epidemiologists. He is currently a Professor Emeritus at University of California, Berkeley, where his research focuses on social determinants of health and community interventions.

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A Conversation with Warren Winkelstein, Jr.

Creator: Katie O’Brien
Duration: 85:28
Epidemiology Epidemiology. 15(3):368-372, May 2004
During his 60-year career, Warren Winkelstein studied topics ranging from diphtheria and the early polio vaccine to coronary heart disease, cervical cancer, air pollution, and HIV/AIDS. Dr. Winkelstein was also a historian, and wrote a series of historical vignettes for EPIDEMIOLOGY. He was Professor Emeritus at the University of California, Berkeley from 1968-2012. Dr. Winkelstein passed away in July 2012.

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