Professor, Department of Population Health
Professor, Department of Environmental Medicine
I am a chronic disease epidemiologist involved in multidisciplinary research that focuses on how host and environmental factors are related to chronic diseases, including cardiovascular disease and cancer.
For the past 18 years, I have worked with colleagues from Columbia University and the University of Chicago to study health effects of arsenic exposure in the Health Effects of Arsenic Longitudinal Study (HEALS) in Bangladesh.
Recently, I have been leading a project with colleagues at Vanderbilt University to investigate the role of the gastric and oral microbiome in gastric premalignant and malignant lesions. I also conduct research using resources from the NYU Women’s Health Study and the Asia Cohort Consortium.
I am a recipient of the Outstanding New Environmental Scientist Award from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences. I direct a course on epidemiology methods for graduate students at NYU School of Medicine. I received my PhD with distinction in epidemiology from Columbia University in 2005. As of 2018, I have authored more than 170 journal articles.
PhD from Columbia University
MPH from Columbia University
International journal of environmental research & public health. 2022 May 01; 19(<prism:issueIdentifier>9):?-?
Environmental research. 2022 Mar 28; 212(Pt A):113203
Environmental research. 2022 Mar 23; 212(Pt A):113146
International journal of cancer. 2022 Mar 15; 150(6):916-927
International journal of cancer. 2022 Mar 15; 150(6):928-940
International journal of epidemiology. 2022 Mar 01;
International journal of epidemiology. 2022 01 06; 50(6):2070-2081