The Epidemiology is a multifaceted division of the Institute for Health and Society at the Medical College of Wisconsin. Created in 2011, there are currently two faculty members and two staff members with primary appointments in the Division. Members of the Division engage in research and education activities which includes collaborations with various departments within the Medical College of Wisconsin. Read More about us.
The Medical College of Wisconsin won a two-year, $240,000 grant to study the nutrition benefits and also the toxicity of fish consumed by Native American tribes in the Upper Great Lakes region. The project is being led by Matthew Dellinger, a research scientist in the Division of Epidemiology at MCW, and is being funded by the National Institutes of Health.
Matthew Dellinger holds a PhD in Biological Sciences, and a Masters in Clinical Lab Sciences. He has participated in numerous research projects ranging from public health outreach to field toxicology. Dr. Dellinger is currently a Research Scientist in the Division of Epidemiology at the Institute for Health and Society. For the past 7 years he has helped to design and administer two NIH center Grants “Great Lakes Native American Research Center for Health VI &VIII”.
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We compiled Epidemiology's first Annual Report. The report contains a summary of activities in the Division, including publication and grant submissions. View the Annual Report (PDF)
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