Eyal Oren

Division of Epidemiology and Biostatistics Associate Professor

Eyal Oren, PhD, MS, is an epidemiologist interested in behavioral aspects of infectious disease, with an emphasis on respiratory health. He is interested in multidisciplinary, community-engaged approaches to addressing population health disparities and collaborative work that is innovative and emphasizes new tools and technologies. Methodologically, his focus is on the intersection between social, environmental, and spatial epidemiologic methods, and their application to both health differences and disparities.

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PhD, Epidemiology, University of Washington, 2010  

MS, Epidemiology (Certificate in International Health),University  of Washington, 2004

BA, Neurobiology & Behavior (Concentration in Cognitive Science), Cornell University, 1998

Infectious disease epidemiology, Tuberculosis (both active disease and latent infection), Respiratory Health, Molecular epidemiology, Epidemiology in public health practice, Surveillance systems, Assessment of new technologies, Social epidemiology and health disparities, Global  and border health, Program evaluation, Monitoring & Evaluation, Climate change and respiratory health outcomes, Clinical trials, Multilevel/Hierarchical Models, Pilot & Feasibility studies, Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses

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