Tania Carreón-Valencia, MS, PhD

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Specialty

Epidemiology

Hospital Affiliations

University Hospital

Education

  • Master’s: Environmental Health Sciences, School of Public Health of Mexico, Cuernavaca, Mexico
  • Doctorate: Epidemiology, Department of Environmental Health, University of Cincinnati
  • Post-Doctorate: Occupational Epidemiology, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Cincinnati

Experience

  • Assistant Professor, Department of Environmental Health, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, 2003-present
  • Senior Service Fellow, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Cincinnati, 2005-present
  • Associate Service Fellow, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Cincinnati, 1999-2004
  • Graduate Assistant, Department of Environmental Health, University of Cincinnati, 1994-1999
  • Head, Department of Research on Environmental Pollution and Health, Center for Public Health Research, National Institute of Public Health of Mexico, 1992-1994
  • Head, Department of Research and Regulation, General Directorate of Environmental Health, Secretariat of Health of Mexico, 1989-1991

Professional Memberships

  • Sigma Xi Scientific Research Society, University of Cincinnati
  • International Society of Environmental Epidemiology
  • Society for Epidemiologic Research
  • American Association for Cancer Research
  • European Association for Cancer Research
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