Gerard Cangelosi

Professor, Env. and Occ. Health Sciences
Adjunct Professor, Epidemiology
Adjunct Professor, Global Health

Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences
Box 354695
4225 Roosevelt Way NE, Suite 100
Seattle, WA 98195-9472

206-543-2005
gcang@uw.edu

Research Interests

Reduced exposure to infectious diseases. Improved tuberculosis case finding and transmission control. Improved detection of pathogens in food and water. Improved understanding of infectious disease exposure and epidemiology.

DEOHS Biography

Education

PhD Microbiology, University of California (Davis), 1984

BS Microbiology, Michigan State University, 1977

In the News

Masks, driver shields, artificial intelligence: How do we make public transit in the Puget Sound area safe amid COVID-19?
The Seattle Times, 08/23/2020

New self-swab COVID-19 test is just as accurate, study finds
Seattle Weekly, 04/03/2020

FDA updates coronavirus self-testing guidelines after UW study
KING 5, 03/26/2020

3 innovations that could transform TB diagnosis and care
Devex, 10/23/2017

Taking on Tuberculosis: $1M Gates Foundation grant funds researchers in Seattle and South Africa
GeekWire, 04/21/2016

UW & Cape Town team up to take on TB
GeekWire, 04/21/2016

UW researchers look for best way to diagnose tuberculosis
UW The Daily, 04/02/2015

TB fight could soon get boost from simple swab diagnostic test
Business Day Live, 03/19/2015

Washington Finds Swab Test Holds Promise for Detecting Tuberculosis
ASPPH Friday Letter, 03/13/2015

Swab Test Holds Promise for Detecting Tuberculosis
UW School of Public Health News, 03/12/2015