This expert is Professor of Epidemiology in the School of Public Health at the one of the Top Universities in the US. He received his MD degree from UC San Diego and his PhD from the University of Chicago. After serving as a Postdoctoral Fellow in Epidemiology at the prestigious University of Washington Public Health School, he was an Associate Professor of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the University of Toronto before moving to his current position more than two decades ago. His research interests are in the areas of cancer etiology and prevention, as well as in epidemiological analytic and field methods, and in evaluation of causation. His major research projects include studies of diverse risk and genetic factors for ovarian, pancreatic, lung, bladder, liver, endometrial, esophageal and stomach cancers, as well as studies related to the use of hormonal medications, analgesics, and other drugs. He is Associate Editor of a National Cancer Publication, Editor of an International Cancer Publication, and a Member of the Board of Editors for the American Journal of Epidemiology. This expert has reviewed a number of legal cases involving several major drugs and other agents and postmarketing adverse effects, and has experience in depositions.
Location, CT BS, Biology and Mathematics, California Institute of Technology MD, University of California-San Diego PhD, Biomathematics, University of Chicago Fellowship, Epidemiology, University of Washington Fellow, American College of Epidemiology Member, American Society of Preventive Oncology Member, Society for Epidemiologic Research Former, Associate Professor, Preventive Medicine and Biostatistics, University of Toronto Current, Director of the Molecular Cancer Epidemiology Laboratory and Shared Resource, a Top-Tier University Current, Professor of Epidemiology, a Top-Tier University