Caroline H. Johnson, PhD, is Assistant Professor of Epidemiology in the Department of Environmental Health Sciences at Yale School of Public Health. She graduated from Imperial College London in 2009 with a PhD in Analytical Chemistry. Since then she has held postdoctoral and staff appointments at the National Cancer Institute and The Scripps Research Institute.
Dr. Johnson's research uses mass spectrometry-based metabolomics to understand the role of metabolites in human health. Her primary research interest is to investigate the relationship between genetic and environmental influences (diet, hormones and microbiome) in colon cancer. She is also examining exposures during pregnancy.
|K12 Calabresi Immuno-Onocology Training Program Award||NCI/Yale Cancer Center||2021|
|Career Enhancement Program Award||NCI/Yale Spore in Skin Cancer||2020|
|American Cancer Society Research Scholar Grant||American Cancer Society||2020|
|Young Investigator Award||MANA - Metabolomics Association of North America||2019|
|Wendy U. and Thomas C. Naratil Pioneer Award||Women's Health Research at Yale||2017|
|Metabolomics Society||16th Annual Conference of the Metabolomics Society Meeting||2020|
|Metabolomics Society||Member of International Organizing Committee for Annual Conferences||2020 - 2021|
|American Society for Mass Spectrometry||American Society for Mass Spectrometry Annual Conference||2019|
|Metabolomics||Editorial Advisory Board||2019 - Present|
|Metabolomics Society||Member of the Board of Directors, Chair of the Membership Committee, Member of the Conference Committee||2018 - Present|
|“Frontiers in Metabolomics”, Telluride Science Research Center||Co-Organizer||2018|
|Toxicological Sciences||Editorial Board||2018 - Present|
|Graduate School Executive Committee||Committee Member||2016 - 2021|