Steve Wing, PhD
Dr. Steve Wing teaches epidemiology and conducts research on occupational and environmental health. His recent studies focus on the health impacts of ionizing radiation, industrial animal production, sewage sludge and solid waste disposal. He is a founding member of the North Carolina Environmental Justice Network.
Honors and Awards
2014, Black Workers for Justice
John E. Larsh, Jr. Award for Mentorship
2014, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Homer N. Calver Award
2011, American Public Health Association
Doris Slesinger Lecture
2011, University of Wisconsin
Research Integrity Award
2009, International Society for Environmental Epidemiology
Award for Teaching, Research and Practice
2004, Greenberg Alumni Endowment
Community-Driven Epidemiology and Environmental Justice
History and Philosophy of Epidemiology
Perspectives in Epidemiology and Public Health
Research ActivitiesHealth impacts of industrial animal production, land-application of sewage sludge, solid waste disposal, nuclear radiation, construction of knowledge and ignorance in epidemiology
Philosophy and Ethics Committee, International Society for Environmental Epidemiology
Litigation in environmental and occupational health
A case control study of environmental and occupational exposures associated with methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus nasal carriage in patients admitted to a rural tertiary care hospital in a high density swine region. Kerri Augustino, Maliha Aziz, Kerri L.Augustino, Pia MacDonald, Delores Nobles, Lance Price, Keith Ramsey, David Richardson, Leah Schinasi, Jill Stewart, Steve Wing (2014). Environmental Health: A Global Access Science Source, 13(1).
Land application of treated sewage sludge: Community health and environmental justice. Amy Lowman, A Lowman, Mary McDonald, M McDonald, Naeema Muhammad, N Muhammad, Steve Wing, S Wing (2013). Environmental Health Perspectives, 121(5), 537-542.
Missing doses in the life span study of Japanese atomic bomb survivors. Stephen Cole, S Cole, David Richardson, D Richardson, Steve Wing, S Wing (2013). American Journal of Epidemiology, 177(6), 562-568.
Richardson et al. Respond to "missing Doses in the Life Span Study". Stephen Cole, S Cole, David Richardson, D Richardson, Steve Wing, S Wing (2013). American Journal of Epidemiology, 177(6), 574-575.
Mortality Among Workers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Alexander Keil, A Keil, David Richardson, D Richardson, Steve Wing, S Wing, Susanne Wolf, S Wolf (2013). American Journal of Industrial Medicine, 56(7), 725-732.
PhD, Epidemiology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1983
DIP AGS, Sociology, Duke University, 1980
BA, Psychology, Vassar College, 1975