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Maggie Clark, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor,
Epidemiology

Office: 148B Environmental Health (EH)
Office Phone: 970-491-2891
Email: maggie.clark@colostate.edu

Links:

Dr. Clark's PubMed Publications

Cookstove Project Website

Notes from the Field - Honduras

Grant Awarded for Diet/Secondhand Smoke Study

Household Air Pollution Intervention Network Trial (HAPIN)

HAPIN Resources


Biography

Maggie Clark is an environmental epidemiologist on faculty as an assistant professor at Colorado State University and the Colorado School of Public Health. Her research examines the chronic health effects of indoor and occupational exposures to air pollution; a focus has been identifying factors conferring increased susceptibility as well as evaluating vulnerable populations. She has co-led efforts to establish a cookstove research program on cardiometabolic effects among Central American populations. She is also involved in a collaborative effort to evaluate the potential effect modification of dietary factors on the relationship between secondhand smoke exposures and cardiovascular disease endpoints among Singaporean Chinese and American Indian populations. 


Degrees

Ph.D.: Environmental Health, Spec. in Epidemiology, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO: 2007

M.S.: Environmental Health, Spec. in Epidemiology, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO: 2005

B.S.: Zoology, Miami University, Oxford, OH: 1999


Selected Publications

Clark ML, Heiderscheidt JM, Peel JL. Integrating behavior change theory and measures into health-based cookstove interventions: a proposed epidemiologic research agenda. Journal of Health Communication. In press.

Clark ML, Peel JL. Perspectives in household air pollution research: Who will benefit from interventions? Current Environmental Health Reports. In press. DOI 10.1007/s40572-014-0021-0.

Pan A, Clark ML, Ang LW, Yu MC, Yuan JM, Koh WP. Incense use and cardiovascular mortality among Chinese in Singapore: The Singapore Chinese Health Study. Environmental Health Perspectives 2014; 122: 1279-1284. ​

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