Caroline Dilworth is a Program Director in the Population Health Branch at the National Institutes for Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS), where she co-directs the extramural environmental epidemiology program. She is responsible for developing a portfolio of grants focused on the impact of environmental exposures on human health, including male and female reproduction, pubertal maturation and cancer. She is the lead Program Director for the NIEHS and NCI-funded Breast Cancer and the Environment Research Program and the NIEHS Climate Change and Human Health program. Caroline received her Ph.D. in epidemiology from the University of North Carolina in 2007 and also holds a joint MSPH in epidemiology and environmental and occupational health from Emory University.
- Workshop Chair – Advances in Epidemiological Approaches to Assessing Health Effects of Environmental Mixtures
- Workshop Chair – The NIH Grant Funding System: Tips for Obtaining Your First Grant and an Introduction to the Peer Review Process
- Workshop Chair – Part 2: The NIH Grant Funding System: tips for obtaining your first grant and an introduction to the peer review process