Research Professor, Env. and Occ. Health Sciences
Adjunct Research Professor, Health Systems and Population Health
Adjunct Research Professor, Neurology
University of Washington
Department of Environmental and Occupational Health SciencesSeattle, WA 98109-
Occupational injury. Neurological epidemiology. Outcomes research.
MD Internal Medicine, George Washington University, 1969
MPH Pub Health & Comm Med, University of California (Berkeley), 1982
BA Mathematics, Franklin & Marshall College, 1965
In the News
Testing strategies to combat the opioid epidemic
SPH News, 09/05/2018
Prescription opioids highly addictive, especially for teens.
The Vancouver Sun, 05/06/2018
DEOHS Research Professor Gary Franklin: Opioid overprescribing is not a myth.
Opioid overprescribing is not a myth
Opioids are no better than common painkillers, study finds.
Opioids are no better than common painkillers, study finds
Inslee takes next steps to continue work on opioid crisis
Mixing Opioids and Sedatives Steeply Raises Overdose Risk
SPH News, 08/17/2017
Overcoming opioids: Easing an epidemic 1 doctor at a time
The Seattle Times, 06/15/2017