Past Faculty

    • Sebastien Haneuse, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
    • Penelope Howards, Emory University
    • Whitney Robinson, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
    • Brian Whitcomb, University of Massachusetts Amherst

     

    Workshop Speakers

    • Marcella Nunez Smith, Yale School of Medicine
    • Andrew Olshan, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (Chair)
    • Allison Aiello, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
    • Katherine Keyes, Columbia University
    • Matthew Fox, Boston University
    • Thomas Vaughan, University of Washington

    Workshop Speakers

    • Bernard Harlow, Boston University 
    • Daniel Westreich, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
    • Bernard Harlow, Boston University (Chair)
    • Margaret Karagas, Dartmouth University
    • Jay Kaufman, McGill University
    • Lisa Signorello, National Cancer Institute
    • Stephen Schwartz, University of Washington
    • Timothy L. Lash, Emory University

    Workshop Speakers

    • Lisa Signorello, National Cancer Institute
    • Douglas Weed, DLW Consulting Services
    • Diane Lauderdale, University of Chicago (Chair)
    • Donna Arnett, University of Alabama, Birmingham
    • Paul Rathouz, University of Wisconsin
    • Marci Sontag, University of Colorado, Denver
    • Emily White, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
    • Timothy L. Lash, Emory University

    Workshop Speakers

    • Brandon Pierce, University of Chicago
    • Douglas Weed, DLW Consulting Services
    • Timothy Lash, Emory (Chair)
    • Maurice Alan Brookhart, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
    • Yvette Cozier, Boston University
    • Sascha Dublin, Group Health Research Institute
    • Joel Kaufman, University of Washington
    • Germaine Buck Louis (Chair)
    • Michelle Williams, Harvard University
    • Richard MacLehose, University of Minnesota
    • David Celentano, Johns Hopkins
    • Patricia Hartge, NCI/NIH
    • Sandro Galea (Chair), Columbia University
    • Thomas Koepsell, University of Washington
    • Stephen Walter, McMaster University
    • Mary Beth Terry, Columbia University
    • Ari Nandi, McGill University
    • Polly Marchbanks (Chair)
    • Deborah Del Junco, University of Texas Health Science Center
    • Martha Slattery, University of Utah
    • Yutaka Yasui, University of Alberta
    • Julie Buring, Harvard Medical School
    •  Mary Haan, (Chair), University of California, San Francisco
    • Noel Weiss, University of Washington
    • Beate Ritz, University of California, Los Angeles
    • John Witte, University of California, San Francisco
    • Mahasin Muhajid
    •  Arthur L Reingold, MD (Chair), UC Berkeley School of Public Health
    • Katherine J Hoggatt, University of Michigan
    • Jonathan M Samet, MD, MS, University of Southern California
    • Jennifer Ahern, PhD, University of California, Berkeley
    • Susan E Hankinson, ScD, Brigham and Women’s Hospital 
    •  K Malcolm Maclure, ScD (Chair), University of Victoria
    • Melissa Bondy, PhD, University of Texas
    • Miguel Hernan, MD, DrPH, Harvard School of Public Health
    • Charlie Poole, ScD, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
    • Carl Phillips, MPP, PhD, University of Alberta SPH
    • Sherman James, PhD (Chair), Duke University
    • Julie R Palmer, ScD, Boston University
    • David Schottenfeld, MD, MSc, University of Michigan School of Public Health
    • Sandro Galea, MD, DrPH, University of Michigan
    • Donna Spiegelman, PhD, Harvard School of Public Health
    • Michael Bracken, MD (Chair), Yale School of Public Health
    • Norman E. Breslow, PhD, University of Washington
    • Noel Weiss, MD, DrPH, MPH, University of Washington
    • Theodore Holford, PhD, Yale University School of Medicine
    • Audrey F. Saftlas, MPH, PhD, University of Iowa College of Public Health
    • Irva Hertz-Picciotto (Chair), University of California, Davis
    • Stephen Cole, MD, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
    • Nancy Sonnenfeld, PhD, RTI International
    • Sholom Wacholder, PhD, NIH/NCI
    • Ezra Susser, MD, DrPH, Columbia University

“The 2014 workshop was a great success, due primarily to the effort of students and faculty before the day began. Once we were all together, the diversity of research topics and methodologic challenges kept the energy high throughout the day. The students had so many interesting and important public health topics as their dissertation research, and had such great insights about the design and analysis aspects. Maybe the most rewarding part was to witness the interactions between students, with different perspectives brought from different institutions and shared with one another. The workshop faculty had widely varying expertise, so it seemed like between the students and the faculty there was no problem too large. I wish I could do this every year!”

–Timothy Lash, 2014 Workshop Chair and SER President.

“I was so honored and excited to moderate the 2016 doctoral student workshop. My expectations were far exceeded with all the students and faculty thoroughly engaged.  It began on Monday night with an excellent and provocative presentation by Douglas Weed on what it means to be an ethical epidemiologist followed by a cutting edge discussion on stress and its impact on carcinogenesis by Dr. Lisa Signorello. When we convened on Tuesday morning, I was struck throughout the day by how dedicated the faculty were to improving the approach and solving complex issues brought forward by each student’s research. It was also fun for all of us to stretch our epidemiology thinking in content areas beyond that of our own research.  The students brought a breadth of experience beyond that of their doctoral training which added to the discussion of their own research and that of their student colleagues assigned to them for peer review.  Regardless of student or faculty status, there was clear camaraderie and respect for all. I would expect nothing less in our Society! What fun!”

–Bernard Harlow, Workshop Chair 2016