University of Washington School of Public Health
His research interests have included the efficacy and promotion of bicycle helmets, prevention of pedestrian injuries, youth violence, the epidemiology of firearm injuries, intimate partner violence, interventions for alcohol abuse in trauma patients and the effectiveness of trauma systems in the care of pediatric and adult trauma patients. He continues as an active clinician, teacher, investigator, and advocate at the University of Washington and Seattle Children's Hospital.
MD University of Pennsylvania, 1974
MPH University of Washington, 1980
In the News
- SPH Professor Chairs National Academies’ Report on Bullying
UW School of Public Health News, 08/11/2016
- We’d know more about gun violence if the U.S. lifted research funding ban
- UW researchers discuss data, trends of gun violence in U.S.
HS NewsBeat, 07/07/2016
- SPH Responds to Orlando Violence: Shock, Grief & Public Health Questions
UW School of Public Health News, 07/06/2016
- Seoul wants ‘smartphone zombies’ to read road signs instead
The Washington Post, 06/22/2016
- Federal agencies don’t fund big gun-violence research. Can California?
The Chronicle of Higher Education, 06/21/2016
- Saving lives through gun research
UW Medicine Pulse Podcast, 05/16/2016
- Report: Bullying is a Serious Public Health Problem
UW School of Public Health News, 05/13/2016
- Bullying is a serious public health problem
New York Times, 05/10/2016