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Topic: Prevention

David Garabrant David Garabrant, M.D., M.P.H.

Professor of Environmental Health Sciences
Phone: (734) 936-0753 E-mail: dhg@umich.edu
Faculty Profile

  • Current research concerns occupational and environmental epidemiology, cancer epidemiology, neuroepidemiology and neurotoxic agents, colon cancer, pancreas cancer, environmental exposure to dioxins.
  • Specific topics under investigation are chemical risk factors for pancreas cancer, asbestos and colon cancer, the role of physical activity in colon cancer, and environmental exposure assessment for dioxins and other persistent environmental chemicals.
  • Dr. Garabrant is director of the Center for Risk Science and Communication at the University of Michigan; he also holds an appointment in the Department of Epidemiology.

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SPH Faculty Experts for Prevention

David GarabrantDavid Garabrant, M.D., M.P.H.

Professor in Environmental Health Sciences
Phone: (734) 936-0753 E-mail: dhg@umich.edu

  • Current research concerns occupational and environmental epidemiology, cancer epidemiology, neuroepidemiology and neurotoxic agents, colon cancer, pancreas cancer, environmental exposure to dioxins.     MORE

Ken ResnicowKen Resnicow, Ph.D., B.A.

Professor in Health Behavior and Health Education
Phone: (734) 647-0212 E-mail: kresnic@umich.edu

  • Focuses on motivational interviewing in health care settings and peer interventions, and application of chaos and complexity science to behavior change.      MORE

Kenneth E. WarnerKenneth E. Warner, Ph.D.

Avedis Donabedian Distinguished University Professor of Public Health in Health Management and Policy
Phone: (734) 763-5454 E-mail: kwarner@umich.edu

  • Research focuses on economic and policy aspects of disease prevention and health promotion, with a special emphasis on tobacco and health.     MORE

Mark L. WilsonMark L. Wilson, ScM, ScD

Professor in Epidemiology
Phone: (734) 936-0152 E-mail: wilsonml@umich.edu

  • can discuss disease transmission, global patterns of disease and relationship to human activity.     MORE

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