Steve Marshall, PhD
Professor Department of EpidemiologyDirector Injury Prevention Research CenterCurriculum VitaeREACH NC (Collexis) Research Profile
Ste 500, Bank of America Bldg Campus Box 7505 27599 USA T: 919-966-3916 F: email@example.com
|1998||University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill||Epidemiology|
|1989||Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand||Biometrics and Field Experimentation|
|1987||University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand||Mathematics|
|EPID 690||Intervention Epidemiology||Syllabus|
|Research and practice interests
|Research activitiesI am an epidemiologist whose main area of research is injury prevention. The area of injury epidemiology is understudied relative to the public health significance, cost, and preventability of these health outcomes.
I am the Director of UNC’s Injury Prevention Research Center. I have an adjunct appointment in the Department of Exercise and Sport Science, and work closely with colleagues in the Sports Medicine Research Laboratory, the Center for Study of Retired Athletes, and the Mathew Gfeller Sports-Related Traumatic Brain Injury Center.
My areas of research focus, over the course of my career, have been sports medicine, surveillance of sports injury, transportation safety, occupational injury, and violence prevention. I also have a strong interest in biostatistics and epidemiologic methods.
My research interests include injury to the Anterior Cruciate Ligament, baseball injuries, deaths from violence, prevention of concussions, and occupational injury.
Injuries are an enormous source of mortality and morbidity in the USA and globally. Research is urgently needed to help us learn how to address this pressing epidemic.
|Staff/administrative responsibilitiesDirector, UNC Injury Prevention Research Center
Professor and co-Leader, Injury Program, UNC Department of Epidemiology
Director of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Datalys Center for Sports Injury Research and Prevention
Adjunct Appointment in Department of Exercise and Sport Science
Faculty, Sports Medicine Research Lab
|Kerr ZY, Marshall SW, Harding HP Jr, Guskiewicz KM.
Nine-year risk of depression diagnosis increases with increasing self-reported concussions in retired professional football players.
Am J Sports Med. 2012 Oct;40(10):2206-12
Cameron KL, Marshall SW, Sturdivant RX, Lincoln AE
Trends in the Incidence of Physician-Diagnosed Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Among Active Duty US Military Personnel between 1997 and 2007.
J Neurotrauma 2012 May 1;29(7):1313-21.
Golightly YM, Marshall SW, Kraus VB, Renner JB, Villaveces A, Casteel C, Jordan JM
Biomarkers of incident radiographic knee osteoarthritis: do they vary by chronic knee symptoms.
Arthritis Rheum. 2011 Aug;63(8):2276-83
Recommendations for Defining and Classifying ACL Injuries in Epidemiologic Studies.
J Athletic Train 2010; 45(5):516-8
Heat Injury in Children.
Brit J Sports Med 2010: 44:8-12.