Steve Wing

Associate Professor
Epidemiology
Curriculum Vitae
REACH NC (Collexis) Research Profile
2101f Mcgavran-Greenberg Hl
135 Dauer Drive
Campus Box 7435
Chapel Hill 27599
USA
T: 919-966-7416
steve_wing@unc.edu

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Education
1975 Vassar College Psychology
1980 Duke University Sociology
1983 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Epidemiology
Teaching
EPID 786 Community-Driven Epidemiology and Environmental Justice
EPID 890 MSPH Seminar Syllabus
EPID 891 Doctoral Seminar: History and Philosophy of Epidemiology
Research interests

  • Environment (general)
  • Ethics
  • Global health
  • Health policy
  • Minority health
  • Nutrition
  • Occupational health
  • Public health practice
  • Rural health
Research activities

Occupational and Environmental Health

Key publications
Wing S, Richardson DB, Hoffmann W (2011)
Cancer risks near nuclear facilities: The importance of research design and explicit study hypotheses.
Environmental Health Perspectives: vol.119, p.417-21.

Schinasi L, Horton RA, Guidry VT, Wing S, Marshall SW, Morland KB (2011)
Air pollution, lung function, and physical symptoms in communities near concentrated swine-feeding operations.
Epidemiology: vol.20, p.208-15.

Wing S (2010)
Ethics for environmental health research: The case of the U.S. nuclear weapons industry.
New Solutions: A Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health Policy: vol.20, p.179-187.

Wing S (2010)
When research turns to sludge.
Academe: vol.96(6), p.22-24.

Horton RA, Wing S, Marshall SW, Brownley KA (2009)
Odor as a trigger of stress and negative mood in neighbors of industrial hog operations.
American Journal of Public Health: vol.99, p.S610-615.