Beth Mueller DrPH



epidemiology , environmental factors (exercise, smoking) , risk (susceptibility, exposure) , outcome (survival)

Bio


Dr. Mueller studies the roles of maternal, gestational, and early life factors and early environmental exposures in the occurrence of childhood cancer and autoimmune diseases. Her studies include: reproductive history in relation to cancer and cancer survival in women; reproductive outcomes among male and female childhood cancer survivors; maternal, gestational, and early life factors and early environmental exposures in relation to reproductive outcomes such as malformations, fetal death, low birth weight, and preterm delivery; and improving exposure assessment methods in epidemiologic studies of prenatal and childhood exposures.

Institution


Fred Hutch Public Health Sciences - Cancer Epidemiology Professor
University of Washington School of Public Health Epidemiology Professor