David Richardson

 
Associate Professor
Epidemiology
Curriculum Vitae
REACH NC (Collexis) Research Profile
  2102b Mcgavran-Greenberg
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Campus Box 7435
Chapel Hill 27599-7435
USA
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david.richardson@unc.edu


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Education
1997 University of North Carolina PhD, Epidemiology
1994 University of North Carolina MSPH, Epidemiology
1991 Duke University BA, Political Science
 
 
Research interests

  • Cancer
  • Environment (general)
  • Injury prevention
  • Occupational health
 
Research activities

 

Occupational epidemiology, environmental epidemiology, radiation epidemiology, and injury epidemiology.

Leading the team for managing disease through linking electronic data, see Research and Innovation Solutions (RIS) Gillings Innovation Lab.

 
Staff/administrative responsibilities

Director, Program in Occupational Epidemiology, North Carolina Occupational Safety and Health Education and Research Center. Core Faculty, Injury Prevention Research Center. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Member, Exposure and Biomarkers Research Core, Center for Environmental Health and Susceptibility. Member, Cancer Epidemiology Program, Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center.

 
Key publications
Richardson D (2009)
Multistage modeling of leukemia in benzene workers: A simple approach to fitting the TSCE model.
American Journal of Epidemiology: vol.169, p.78-85.

 Richardson D, Wing S (2007)
Leukemia mortality among workers at the Savannah River Site.
American Journal of Epidemiology: vol.166, p.1015-1022.

 Richardson D, Wing S, Schroeder J, Schmitz-Feurhakke I, Hoffman W (2005)
Ionizing Radiation and Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia.
Environmental Health Perspectives: vol.113, p.1-5.

 Richardson D, Wing S, Lorey F, Hertz-Picciotto I (2004)
Adult hemoglobin levels at birth and risk of SIDS.
Archives of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine: vol.158, p.366-371.

 Loomis D, Richardson D, Bena JF, Bailer AJ (2004)
Deindustrialization and the long term decline in fatal occupational injuries.
Occupational & Environmental Medicine: vol.61, p.616-621.