Martin Slade, MPH

Lecturer in Occupational Medicine

Departments & Organizations

Internal Medicine: General Internal Medicine | Occupational Health & Environmental Medicine Program

School of Public Health: Environmental Health Sciences


Mr. Slade's work focuses on the development of analytical models to evaluate the effects of physical, social and environmental factors on the patterns of disease and injury within the workplace setting, including non-traditional settings such as the military and merchant mariners. In recent years, he has been the lead statistician for four clinical trials conducted by the Department of Defense to determine the effect of pharmacological agents on prevention of hearing loss as well as mild traumatic brain injuries.

Education & Training

MPH Yale University School of Medicine (2001)
BS Syracuse University (1980)
Postgraduate Trainee Harvard School of Public Health

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