Jane Hoppin is an environmental epidemiologist and an associate professor in Biological Sciences. Her research focuses on environmental chemicals (including pesticides and phthalates) affect health in certain populations and evaluating epidemiologic findings to understand mechanisms of disease from environmental exposure. Hoppin is experienced in conducting human studies research, developing questionnaires, designing and evaluating epidemiologic studies, and collecting biological and environmental samples in studies. Hoppin serves as the deputy director of the Center for Human Health and the Environment, an associate editor at the Environmental Health Perspectives, and a member of the International Society of Environmental Epidemiology.
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