David I. Gregorio, Ph.D., M.S.Professor, Public Health Sciences
David Gregorio received a Ph.D. in sociology (University at Buffalo, 1980) for work on the determinants of social movement participation. He subsequently completed an NIH postdoctoral fellowship in Medical Sociology and Epidemiology at the Roswell Park Cancer Institute where he received an M.S. in epidemiology for work on the effects of dietary fat intake on breast cancer survival. After a brief stint in health system planning, he joined the UConn faculty in 1986.
|M.A.||University at Buffalo||Sociology|
|Ph.D.||University at Buffalo||Sociology|
|M.S.||University at Buffalo||Epidemiology|
|Fellowship||University at Buffalo School of Medicine/Roswell Park Cancer Institute||NIH National Research Service Award (NRSA) Postdoctoral Fellowship in Medical Sociology, Epidemiology and Control of Cancer|
|Name & Description||Category||Role||Type||Scope||Start Year||End Year|
|External Reviewer, Department of Health Sciences, Eastern Connecticut State University||Professional/Scientific Organization||Chairperson of review committee||External||State||2021||2021|
|AJPM Focus||Editorial Board||Editorial Board Member||External||International||2021||2022|
|CEPH Accreditation Site-visitor||Professional/Scientific Organization||Senior Accreditation Consultant||External||National||2019||2019|
|Wright State University Public Health Program||Community Service||Accreditation Consultant||External||National||2019||2019|
|UConn Health Public Issues Council||Advisory Committee||Committee Member||UConn Health||University||2018||2021|
|Association for Prevention, Teaching & Research||Advisory Committee||Member||External||National||2018||2019|
|UCHC-American Association of University Professors Chapter||Professional/Scientific Organization||Collective Bargaining Council Member||External||University||2017||2020|
|School of Medicine Admissions Committee||Education Committee||Member||UConn Health||University||2016||2020|
|UCHC-American Association of University Professors Chapter||Professional/Scientific Organization||President||UConn Health||State||2014||2016|
|School of Medicine Student Evaluation and Appeals Review Committee||Education Committee||Committee Member||UConn Health||University||2010||2021|
|Program in Applied Public Health Sciences||Education Committee||Director||UConn Health||University||2004||2021|
|Cancer||Professional/Scientific Journal||Ad hoc reviewer||External||National||2000||2021|
|Journal of Health and Social Behavior||Professional/Scientific Journal||Ad hoc reviewer||External||National||2000||2021|
|NIH/NCI Special Emphasis Panel: Patient Navigator Research Program: Eliminating Barriers to Timely Delivery of Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment Services||Professional/Scientific Organization||Member||External||National|
|NIH/NCI Special Emphasis Panel: Small Grants for Behavioral Research in Cancer Control||Professional/Scientific Organization||Member||External||National|
|CT Insurance Exchange Planning Grant Review Team||Professional/Scientific Organization||Member||External||State|
|CT Multicultural Health Partnership||Professional/Scientific Organization||Member||External||State|
|CT Association of Directors of Health (CADH) Health Equity Index Project||Professional/Scientific Organization||Member||External||State|
|Governor’s Tobacco Use Task Force||Professional/Scientific Organization||Member||External||State|
|CT Association of Directors of Health Practice Based Research Network||Professional/Scientific Organization||Member||External||State|
Dr. Gregorio's research focuses on cancer surveillance and the social determinants of health. His recent peer-reviewed papers examine (a) the cause and control of breast and prostate cancers, (b) racial, gender and economic disparities in care seeking behaviors, and (c) patient and physician factors that influence therapy for cancer care. He presently pursuing work based on a CDC-sponsored effort to implement a community-wide measure of deprivation for analysis of geographic variation in health status indicators.
Precursory Prevention: Togetherness for Better Health.
American Journal of Preventive Medicine 2022 Jun;63(4):656-659
Polity's Enduring Effect on Infant Health Outcomes.
Maternal and Child Health Journal 2022 Jan;26(3):517-521
Treatment-related adverse events in African American cancer patients with sickle cell trait and Inherited gemoglobinopathies
British Journal of Cancer 2019 Mar;120(8):861-863
Application of a Preventive Training Program Implementation Framework to Youth Soccer and Basketball Organizations.
Journal of Athletic Training 2019 Feb;54(2):182-191
Geography of breast cancer incidence according to age & birth cohorts.
Spatial and Spatio-temporal Epidemiology 2017 Jun;2147-55
Light at night and breast cancer incidence in Connecticut: An ecological study of age group effects.
The Science of the total environment 2016 Aug;5721020-1024
Mortality risk from comorbidities independent of triple-negative breast cancer status: NCI-SEER-based cohort analysis.
Cancer causes & control : CCC 2016 Mar;27627-36
Secular effects and geographic disparity of locally invasive breast cancer: 25 years of surveillance in Connecticut, 1985-2009
American Journal of Public Health 2015 Apr;105 Suppl 3(S3):e64-70
Adverse events in cancer patients with sickle cell trait or disease: case reports.
Genetics in medicine : official journal of the American College of Medical Genetics 2014 Aug;17(3):237-41
Prevalence and prognostic role of triple-negative breast cancer by race: a surveillance study.
Clinical breast cancer 2011 Oct;11(5):332-41
Factors associated with breastfeeding duration among Connecticut Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) participants.
Journal of human lactation : official journal of International Lactation Consultant Association 2010 Aug;26(3):266-73
Who's assessing tobacco use in cancer clinical trials?
Nicotine & tobacco research : official journal of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco 2009 Nov;11(11):1354-8
Patterns of HER2 testing in the management of primary breast cancer.
Cancer epidemiology 2009 Aug;33(2):113-7
Is surgery a risk factor for Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease? Outcome variation by control choice and exposure assessments.
Infection control and hospital epidemiology 2008 Mar;29(3):212-8
Marital status and variability in cortisol excretion in postmenopausal women.
Biological psychology 2008 Jan;77(1):32-8
Service learning within the University of Connecticut Master of Public Health Program.
Public health reports (Washington, D.C. : 1974) 2008 Jan;123 Suppl 2(SUPPL. 2):44-52
Place of residence effect on likelihood of surviving prostate cancer.
Annals of epidemiology 2007 Jul;17(7):520-4
A spatial scan statistic for survival data.
Biometrics 2007 Mar;63(1):109-18
Cancer map patterns: are they random or not?
American journal of preventive medicine 2006 Feb;30(2 Suppl):S37-49
Effects of study area size on geographic characterizations of health events: prostate cancer incidence in Southern New England, USA, 1994-1998.
International journal of health geographics 2006 Jan;5(8):8
Race-specific geography of prostate cancer incidence.
International journal of health geographics 2006 Jan;5(59):59
Lumping or splitting: Seeking the preferred areal unit for health geography studies
International Journal of Health Geographics 2005 Jan;4(6):
The geographic distribution of breast cancer incidence in Massachusetts 1988 to 1997, adjusted for covariates.
International journal of health geographics 2004 Aug;3(1):17
Brain cancer mortality in the United States, 1986 to 1995: a geographic analysis.
Neuro-oncology 2004 Jul;6(3):179-87
Geographic distribution of prostate cancer incidence in the era of PSA testing, Connecticut, 1984 to 1998.
Urology 2004 Jan;63(1):78-82
Breast cancer surveillance using gridded population units, Connecticut, 1992 to 1995.
Annals of epidemiology 2003 Jan;13(1):42-9
Geographic differences in invasive and in situ breast cancer incidence according to precise geographic coordinates, Connecticut, 1991-95.
International journal of cancer. Journal international du cancer 2002 Jul;100(2):194-8
Geographical differences in primary therapy for early-stage breast cancer.
Annals of surgical oncology 2001 Dec;8(10):844-9
Small Area Variation in Breast Cancer Survival
American Journal of Epidemiology 2001 Jan;15336S
Refutation and conjecture around consensus breast cancer screening guidelines.
Journal of public health management and practice : JPHMP 1999 Nov;5(6):91-8
Incidental findings in a federally-sponsored cancer screening program.
Journal of community health 1999 Aug;24(4):305-12
Subject loss in spatial analysis of breast cancer.
Health & place 1999 Jun;5(2):173-7
Distinguishing Styles of Practice Among Physicians Who Treat Breast Cancer
Cancer Strategy 1999 Jan;111-15
Distress Associated with Abnormal Mammograms
Cancer Stategy 1999 Jan;1183-186
Ongoing physician guidance to achieve periodic mammography of women at an urban health center.
Connecticut medicine 1998 Apr;62(4):221-5
Immunization registry: problems and prospects for boosting vaccine coverage of children.
Journal of public health management and practice : JPHMP 1997 Sep;3(5):64-71
The effects of occupation-based social position on mortality in a large American cohort.
American journal of public health 1997 Sep;87(9):1472-5
Cumulative Effects of Social Position on Mortality in a Large Cohort
American Journal of Epidemiology 1996 Jan;14355S
Divergent racial trends in mortality from systemic lupus erythematosus.
The Journal of rheumatology 1995 Sep;22(9):1663-8
Low birth weight in relation to the interval between pregnancies.
The New England journal of medicine 1995 Aug;333(6):386-7
Counseling adolescents for smoking prevention: a survey of primary care physicians and dentists.
American journal of public health 1994 Jul;84(7):1151-3
Support for Tobacco Control Initiatives Among Physicians and Dentists who Treat Adolescent Patients
Tobacco Control 1994 Jan;3(3):208-212
The influence of education and experience on ethical attitudes in neonatal intensive care.
Medical decision making : an international journal of the Society for Medical Decision Making 1994 Jan;14(4):403-8
Stomach cancer patterns in European immigrants to Connecticut, United States.
Cancer causes & control : CCC 1992 May;3(3):215-21
Detecting colorectal cancer with a large scale fecal occult blood testing program.
Public health reports (Washington, D.C. : 1974) 1992 Jan;107(3):331-5
Estimated Occurrence of 'Underdosing' with Adjuvant Chemotherapy
The Cancer Bulletin 1992 Jan;4454-59
Provider responses to utilization review.
Benefits quarterly 1992 Jan;8(2):8-15
Race, stage of disease, and survival with cervical cancer.
Ethnicity & disease 1992 Jan;2(1):47-54
Population, income, and ecological correlates of child pedestrian injury.
Pediatrics 1991 Dec;88(6):1242-7
Practices around periodic cancer screening by physicians in primary care specialties.
Connecticut medicine 1991 Aug;55(8):443-8
Enhancing early breast cancer screening: an expanded role for mammography facilities is needed.
Cancer detection and prevention 1991 Jan;15(2):151-3
Encouraging screening mammograms. Results of the 1988 Connecticut Breast Cancer Detection Awareness Campaign.
Connecticut medicine 1990 Jul;54(7):370-3
Mammography in Connecticut: current estimates of capacity and usage.
Connecticut medicine 1990 Jul;54(7):367-9
Misclassification of childhood homicide on death certificates.
American journal of public health 1990 Feb;80(2):213-4
Attitudes and practices regarding adjuvant chemotherapy in node-negative breast cancer.
Journal of cancer education : the official journal of the American Association for Cancer Education 1990 Jan;5(3):187-92
Screening prospective blood donors for AIDS risk factors: will sufficient donors be found?
American journal of public health 1988 Nov;78(11):1468-71
An estimate of blood donor eligibility in the general population.
Vox sanguinis 1988 Jan;54(2):96-100
Dietary fat consumption and survival among women with breast cancer.
Journal of the National Cancer Institute 1985 Jul;75(1):37-41
Fluctuations in odds ratios due to variance differences in case-control studies.
American journal of epidemiology 1985 May;121(5):767-74
Fine tuning well-being: food stamp use and nutritional adequacy of children's diets.
Social science quarterly 1984 Jan;65(4):1137-46
Delay, stage of disease, and survival among White and Black women with breast cancer.
American journal of public health 1983 May;73(5):590-3
Kernel density analysis reveals a halo pattern of breast cancer incidence in Connecticut
Spatial and Spatio-Temporal Epidemiology 26143-151
Personal health in the public domain: Reconciling individual right with collective responsibility
Connecticut Law Review 461841-1857
Place and health: The effects of where we live
Connecticut Health Quarterly (Fall 2016):
Polity and health care expenditures, The association among 159 nations
Journal of Epidemiology and Global Health 3(1):49-55
Prostate cancer incidence in light of the spatial distribution of another screening-detectable cancer
Spatial and Spatio-Temporal Epidemiology 3(1):1-6
Rybnikova N, Stevens RG, Gregorio DI, Samociuk H, Protnov BA, Kernel density analysis reveals a halo pattern of breast cancer incidence in Connecticut,
Spatial and Spatio-Temporal Epidemiology, 2019; 26:143-151. 26143-151
The effects of occupation-based social position on mortality in a large American cohort
American Journal of Public Health 871472-1475
Behavior and Food Intake: What Constitutes Effective Policy?
Nutrition Policy and Public Health 1996 Jan;17-32
Etiology of Gastric Cancer and Research Directions
Public Health and Protection of the Population 1989 Jan;317-327
Academic freedom and tenure: The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
Academe, Bulletin of the American Association of University Professors 101(July 2015):4-26
Evaluating the Impact of Criminal Laws on HIV Sexual Risk Behavior
Distinguishing Styles of Practice among Physicians Who Treat Breast Cancer
Distinguishing Styles of Practice among Physicians Who Treat Breast Cancer 1992 Jan;
Racial Variation in Colon Adenomas Detected in a Primary Care Inner City Population by 60 cm. Flexible Sigmoidoscopy
A Geographic Analysis of Child Pedestrian Injury in Hartford, Connecticut
Addressing Health Disparities through Workforce Development, The UConn MPH Program
La Notica de Salud, The Official Newsletter of the Connecticut Center for Eliminating Health Disparities among Latinos 2008 Jan;44-5
Breast Cancer Needs Assessment for Connecticut
Connecticut Cancer Control Plan 2000-2003
CT State Department of Public Health 2000 Jan;
Geography of Breast Cancer Incidence in Connecticut, 1991-1995
University of Connecticut/Community Medicine and Health Care 2000 Jan;
Proximity of Substance Abuse Services to Connecticut’s at-risk Population
University of Connecticut/Community Medicine and Health Care 2000 Jan;
Inventory of Substance Abuse Services in Connecticut
University of Connecticut/Community Medicine and Health Care 1999 Jan;
Social Indicator and Adult Treatment Need Chartbook
University of Connecticut/ Community Medicine and Health Care 1999 Jan;
Impact of a Comprehensive Immunization/Child Health Initiative by the Aetna Foundation, Inc.
University of Connecticut/Community Medicine & Health Care 1995 Jan;
Recommendations to the CT Department of Insurance Regarding Utilization Review Programs in Connecticut
University of Connecticut/Center for Health Systems Management 1991 Jan;
Etiology of gastric cancer and research directions
Public health and protection of the population: proceedings of the 1st International Congress on Public Health and Sanitary Protection of the Population. ICS840 1989 Jan;317-325
The National Board of Public Health Examiners: credentialing public health graduates.
Public health reports (Washington, D.C. : 1974) 2007 Jan;122(4):435-40
Diminished socioeconomic and racial disparity in the detection of early-stage breast cancer, Connecticut, 1986-1995.
Ethnicity & disease 1999 Jan;9(3):396-402
A thoughtful, comprehensive overview of our field, Erwin PC, Brownson RC, Scutchfield and Keck’s Principles of Public Health Practice (4th Ed.)
American Journal of Public Health, 1061720-21
|Title or Abstract||Type||Sponsor/Event||Date/Year||Location|
|Enduring Health Benefits of Voter Participation||Poster||American Public Health Association||2022||Boston MA|
|Poverty's Persistent Influence on Breast Cancer Survival, 1986-2005||Poster||American Public Health Association||2022||Boston MA|
|Civil Dialogue, Critical Reasoning and the Potential for Prevention||Talk||2020||San Antonio.,TX|
|Polity, parity, prosperity and health: A cross-national study of child health determinants||Lecture||American Public Health Association||2019||Philadelphia PA|
|Geographic variation in Connecticut in relation to breast cancer incidence and survival||Lecture||CT DPH Hereditary Cancers Symposium||2019||Cromwell CT|
|Penetration of Public Health Curricula in Undergraduate Settings||Talk||APTR Annual Meeting||2012||Washington D.C.|
|A Survey of Continuing Education in Public Health||Talk||APTR Annual Meeting||2012||Washington D.C.|
|Identifying Social Conditions That Underlie LHD Effectiveness||Talk||Keeneland PHSSR Conference||2012||Lexington, Kentucky|
|Future Directions and Pending Challenges in Public Health Education||Lecture||UC Davis Public Health Program||2012||Davis, California|
|Promoting the Value of Voluntary Certification: Data on CPH Professionals' Continuing Education & Development||Talk||APHA Annual Meeting||2012||San Francisco, California|
|MPH Programs: Advancing Undergraduate Public Health Education||Talk||APHA Annual Meeting||2012||San Francisco, California|
|Advancing the Public Health Field through Certification||Talk||Mailman School of Public Health||2012||New York|
|The Connecticut Undergraduate Public Health Initiative (CUPHI): Overcoming Obstacles in Addressing a Critical National and State Need in Public Health and Health Education||Talk||APTR Annual Meeting||2011||Washington D.C.|
|Embedding Public Health in Community College Curricula||Talk||APTR Annual Meeting||2011||Washington D.C.|
|Measuring Local Health Department Responses to Public Health Funding Restrictions||Talk||Keeneland PHSSR Conference||2011||Lexington, Kentucky|
|Effects of Material and Relational Deprivation on Community Health Status||Talk||SUNY/NYS Health Department||2011||Albany, New York|
|Inconsequential Effects of Funding Policy on Operation of Local Health Departments||Talk||Practice-based Research Network Webinar||2011|
|Practice-Based Research Networks: Applied Systems Research to Inform Local Public Health Policy||Talk||NACCHO Annual Meeting||2011||Hartford, Connecticut|
|Professionalizing Public Health Through Standard Setting and Life-long Learning||Talk||NACCHO Annual Meeting||2011||Hartford, Connecticut|
|Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders in China: What Resources are Available to Children and Their Families?||Talk||APHA Annual Meeting||2011||Washington D.C.|
|Public Health Workforce Addressing Health Disparities in Connecticut||Talk||UCONN Center to Eliminate Health Disparities in Latinos||2009||Storrs, Connecticut|
|Connecticut’s Plan for Service-Learning Within a Public Health Curriculum||Talk||Annual CEPH Technical Assistance Workshop||2009||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania|
|National Panel on Public Health Credentialing and Accreditation||Talk||Nation Meeting of Association for Teaching and Research||2008||Austin, Texas|
|Service Learning Through a Campus-Practice Partnership||Talk||American College of Preventive Medicine||2007||Miami, Florida|
|The National Board of Public Health Examiners, Inc (NBPHE): Credentialing of the Public Health Workforce||Talk||American College of Preventive Medicine||2007||Miami, Florida|
|Deprivation and Health: Using GIS to Characterize Social Environments and Cancer Risks||Talk||2nd Annual GIS Day Conference, Albany School of Public Health||2007||Albany, New York|
|What is Meant by ‘Health Disparities’?||Talk||UCONN Center to Eliminate Health Disparities in Latinos||2007||Storrs, Connecticut|
|Fostering Public Health Partnerships with Academia||Talk||CDC 2007 Cancer Conference||2007||Atlanta, Georgia|
|Enumerating Ethnicity in the U.S. Census: It's Consequence for Hispanic/Non-Hispanic Cancer Rates||Talk||APHA Annual Meeting||2007||Washington D.C.|
|Place Matters: Evaluating Geographic Distribution of Disease||Talk||University of Connecticut/CHIP Seminar||2006|
|Connecticut's Plan for Service-Learning in the Public Health Curriculum||Talk||Community-Campus Partnerships for Health Annual Meeting||2006||Minneapolis, Minnesota|
|Spatial Analysis in Race-Specific Prostate Cancer Incidence Among Massachusetts and Connecticut Residents, 1994-1998||Talk||American Public Health Association Annual Meeting||2006||Boston, Massachusetts|
|Credentialing the Public Health Workforce: An update on activities of the National Board of Public Health Examiners, Inc.||Talk||Connecticut Public Health Association Annual Meeting||2006||Rocky Hill, Connecticut|
|Public Health Service Learning: The UCONN Practicum Project||Talk||American Association of Medical Centers Conference on MD/MPH Education||2005||Chicago, Illinois|
|Tobacco-Related Cancers and Connecticut Disparities||Talk||Connecticut Institute for Tobacco Education and Training Conference||2005||Glastonbury, Connecticut|
|Community Factors in Survival with Prostate Cancer||Talk||Neag Comprehensive Cancer Center Retreat||2005||Westbrook, Connecticut|
|Area-Based Deprivation and its Effect on Cancer Survival||Talk||Association of American Geographers||2004||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania|
|A Spatial Scan Statistic for Survival Data||Talk||National Cancer Institute||2004||Bethesda, Maryland|
|Community-based Indicators of Deprivation and Their Health Effects||Talk||Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting||2003||Atlanta, Georgia|
|Multi-Dimension Indicators of Deprivation and Health Status||Talk||Association for Prevention Teaching and Research||2003||Albuquerque, New Mexico|
|A Multi-Dimension Indicator of Deprivation and Health Status||Talk||Centers for Disease Control||2003|
|A Spatial Scan Statistic for Survival Data||Talk||American Statistical Association/Joint Statistics Meeting||2003||San Francisco, California|
|Spatial & Temporal Variation in Incidence of Prostate Cancer across Massachusetts, 1984-98||Talk||Centers for Disease Control Cancer Conference||2003||Atlanta, Georgia|
|Geographic Variation in Survival Time with Prostate Cancer: An Extension of the Spatial Scan Statistic||Talk||American Public Health Association Annual Meeting||2003||San Francisco, California|
|Small Area Variation in Breast Cancer Survival||Talk||Congress of Epidemiology||2001||Toronto, Canada|
|Identifying Geographical Excesses in Incidence and Proportion of Late Stage Breast Cancer in Massachusetts||Talk||Centers for Disease Control 2001 Cancer Conference||2001||Atlanta, Georgia|
|Aggregation Unit for Spatial Analysis– Census Tracts, ZIP Codes, or Towns?||Talk||Centers for Disease Control 2001 Cancer Conference||2001||Atlanta, Georgia|
|GIS Generated Map Patterns: Are They Random or Not?||Talk||Centers for Disease Control 2001 Cancer Conference||2001||Atlanta, Georgia|
|Did the Advent of PSA Testing Alter the Geographic Distribution of Prostate Cancer Incidence?||Talk||Centers for Disease Control 2001 Cancer Conference||2001||Atlanta, Georgia|
|Geographic Differences in Primary Therapy for Locally Invasive Breast Cancer||Talk||Centers for Disease Control 2001 Cancer Conference||2001||Atlanta, Georgia|
|Geography of Leukemia and Thyroid Cancer in Connecticut||Talk||American Public Health Association Annual Meeting||2001||Atlanta, Georgia|
|Cancer Clusters Resulting from Census Enumeration Policy||Talk||International Health Geographics Conference||2000||Chevy Chase, Maryland|
|Small Area Variation in Primary Therapy for Locally Invasive Breast Cancer||Talk||International Health Geographics Conference||2000||Chevy Chase, Maryland|
|Geography and Breast Cancer||Talk||CT Department of Public Health||2000||Hartford, Connecticut|
|Geography of Breast Cancer Incidence, Connecticut, 1992-1995||Talk||Tumor Registrars Association of New England||1999||Mystic, Connecticut|
|Progress in the Detection of Early-Stage Breast Cancer, Connecticut, 1975-1995||Talk||North American Association of Central Cancer Registries Annual Meeting||1998||Vancouver, British Columbia|
|A Method for Representing the Geographic Location of Breast Cancer Incidence, Connecticut 1992-95||Talk||American Cancer Society Excalibur Round Table||1998||Greenwich, Connecticut|
|Communities of Women: Spatial and Statistical Considerations in Retrospective Epidemiological Analyses of Breast Cancer||Talk||Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting||1998||Boston, Massachusetts|
|A Procedure for Areal Interpolation of Census Data for Spatial Analysis of Cancer Patterns||Talk||North American Association of Central Cancer Registries Annual Meeting||1998||Vancouver, British Columbia|
|Spatial Analysis of Breast Cancer Incidence, Connecticut 1992-95||Talk||American College of Epidemiology Annual Meeting||1997||Boston, Massachusetts|
|Evaluation of Subject Loss and Selection Bias in Spatial Analysis of Breast Cancer||Talk||American College of Epidemiology Annual Meeting||1997||Boston, Massachusetts|
|Cumulative Effects of Social Position on Mortality in a Large Cohort||Talk||Society for Epidemiologic Research Annual Meeting||1996||Boston, Massachusetts|
|Longitudinal Effects of Social Position on Mortality Among Gender and Age Specific Cohorts||Talk||American Public Health Association Annual Meeting||1996||New York, New York|
|The Force of Social Ecology on Rates of Preventable Cancer Mortality||Talk||Preventive Medicine Annual Meeting||1993||St. Louis, Missouri|
|Variation in Estimates of Occupational Effects on Mortality||Talk||American Sociological Association Annual Meeting||1993||Miami, Florida|
|Socioeconomic Correlates of Behavioral Risk Factors Among American Populations||Talk||Preventive Medicine Annual Meeting||1992||Baltimore, Maryland|
|Do false-positive mammograms deter women from further breast cancer screening?||Talk||Society for Behavioral Medicine Annual Meeting||1992||New York, New York|
|Distinguishing styles of practice among physicians who treat breast cancer||Talk||American Sociological Association Annual Meeting||1992||Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania|
|Population Correlates of Mammography Screening Practices||Talk||American Public Health Association Annual Meeting||1991||Atlanta, Georgia|
|Race, Stage of Disease and Survival with Cervical Cancer||Talk||American Public Health Association Annual Meeting||1991||Atlanta, Georgia|
|Comparison of Low Birth Weight, Prematurely and IUGR, Hartford CT, 1985-87||Talk||American Public Health Association||1991||Atlanta, Georgia|
|Periodic Cancer Screening by Physicians in Primary Care Specialties||Talk||Preventive Medicine Annual Meeting||1990||Atlanta, Georgia|
|Physician Attitudes About the Appropriate Use of Adjuvant Chemotherapy Breast Cancer||Talk||European Association for Cancer Education Annual Meeting||1990||Bordeaux, France|
|Predicting Radon Levels from Geological and Structural Features of Residential Dwellings||Talk||National Environmental Health Association Annual Meeting||1990||Charlotte, North Carolina|
|Estimated Occurrence and Reasons for 'Underdosing' with Adjuvant Chemotherapy for Breast Cancer||Talk||UICC 15th International Cancer Congress||1990||Hamburg, Germany|
|Population and ecological correlates of child pedestrian injuries||Talk||American Public Health Association Annual Meeting||1990||New York, New York|
|A Geographical Analysis of Child Pedestrian Injuries in Hartford, Connecticut||Talk||13th Applied Geography Conference||1990||Charlotte, North Carolina|
|Health Promotion as Collective Action: Strategies for Securing Common Health Benefits||Talk||National Council for International Health Annual Meeting||1987||Washington D.C.|
|The Effect of Screening for AIDS Risk Factors on Blood Donor Eligibility Within the General Population||Talk||American Public Health Association Annual Meeting||1987||New Orleans, Louisiana|
|Misclassification of Childhood Homicide on Death Certificates||Talk||American Public Health Association Annual Meeting||1987||New Orleans, Louisiana|
|An Estimate of Blood Donor Eligibility in the General Population||Talk||American Association of Blood Banks Annual Meeting||1986||San Francisco, California|
|The Constraints of the Polity on Mobilization of Third-Party Movements in America||Talk||American Sociological Association Annual Meeting||1982||San Francisco, California|
|Mobilizing Activists: An Illustration from the Antimasonic Movement||Talk||American Sociological Association Annual Meeting||1981||Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
|Research Productivity in Academia||Talk||American Sociological Association Annual Meeting||1980||New York, New York|