EducationDPH Epidemiology, Tulane University, 1984
MPH Epidemiology, University of California Los Angeles, 1980
BS Bio-cybernetics, University of California Los Angeles, 1976
- Multi-center Study of In Utero and Pregnancy Factors in Relation to Childhood and Maternal Cancer
- Gene and Environment Factors in Relation to Childhood Brain Tumors
- Pregnancy Outcomes Among Childhood Cancer Survivors
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My interests include the epidemiology of cancer in women and children with a focus on environmental exposures in pregnancy, gene-environment factors related to childhood brain tumors, reproductive and perinatal epidemiology, and the development and assessment of methods for measurement of environmental exposures. I am also interested in injury epidemiology and prevention.
Mueller BA, Kuehn CM, Shapiro-Mendoza C, Tomashek KM. Fetal Deaths and Proximity to Hazardous Waste Sites in Washington State. Environ Health Perspect, 115:776-780, 2007.
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