Jennifer Peel, Associate Professor and Section Head
PhD, Emory University, Rollins School of Public Health.
Environmental epidemiology, specifically the health effects of ambient air pollution.
Lesley M. Butler , Assistant Professor
PhD, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
Define relationships between dietary factors and cancer by using epidemiology
methods in combination with tools from chemistry and genetics
Thomas J. Keefe, Professor
PhD, Iowa State University.
Environmental epidemiology, particularly cancer and organochlorine
pesticides and biostatistical methods.
John R. Nuckols, Professor
PhD, University of Kentucky, Lexington.
Exposure assessment in population-based environmental health studies.
In residence at NIH in Maryland
Affiliated with the Colorado School of Public Health
John S. Reif, Professor
M.Sc. (Med) University of Pennsylvania
Health effects of water disinfection byproducts, electromagnetic fields and pesticides, epidemiologic
research in human populations, with a focus on applying biomarkers of exposure and effect.