Etiologic factors responsible for the occurrence of lung cancer among nonsmokers; methods of effective intervention to promote physical activity and to control tobacco at the community level; assessment of the role of environmental and policy interventions to prevent cancer; methods of assessment and intervention for behavioral risk factors among high-risk populations (e.g. those of low income, racial/ethnic minorities).
- 1985: PhD, environmental health/epidemiology, Colorado State University, Fort Collins
- 1999: MPH, quantitative methods, Harvard School of Public Health, Boston
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