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Hertz-Picciotto once again a highly-cited researcher
Division Chief of Environmental and Occupational Health once again makes annual Highly Cited Researchers list for 2019 by the Web Science Group. The list identifies scientists who have published multiple papers ranking in the top one percent by citations. Dr. Hertz-Picciotto is an internationally renowned environmenal epiemiologist with over 300 scientific publications addressing environmental exposures.
Beckett joins search for chlamydia vaccine
Distinguished Professor of Biostatistics joins new research center to develop vaccines for chlamydia
Central Valley workplaces can be hostile to minority doctors
Study shows that keeping primary care doctors may be just as hard as recruiting them