Maggie ClarkAssociate Professor - Epidemiology Environmental and Radiological Health Sciences
148B Environmental Health Buildingmaggie.firstname.lastname@example.org (970) 491-2891
Maggie Clark is an environmental epidemiologist on faculty as an Associate Professor at Colorado State University and the Colorado School of Public Health. Her research examines the chronic health effects of indoor and occupational exposures to air pollution; a focus has been identifying factors conferring increased susceptibility as well as evaluating vulnerable populations. She has co-led efforts to establish a cookstove research program on cardiometabolic effects among Central American populations. She is also involved in a collaborative effort to evaluate the potential effect modification of dietary factors on the relationship between secondhand smoke exposures and cardiovascular disease endpoints among Singaporean Chinese and American Indian populations.