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Dr. Reynolds' primary research interests have focused on social and environmental influences in the etiology of cancer, with a current emphasis on childhood malignancies and breast cancer. She has conducted a number of occupational epidemiology studies including a study of malignant melanoma among Lawrence Livermore Laboratory employees, cancer incidence among California teachers, and cancer incidence among flight attendants.
Selected Research Projects:
All research projects (9)
Reynolds P, Goldberg D, Hurley S, Nelson DO, Largent J, Henderson KD, Bernstein L. Passive smoking and risk of breast cancer in the California Teachers Study. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev. 2009;18(12):3389-3398.
Rull RP, Gunier RB, Von Behren J, Hertz A, Crouse V, Buffler PA, Reynolds P. Residential proximity to agricultural pesticide applications and childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Environmental Research. 2009;109(7):891-899.
Raaschou-Nielsen O, Reynolds P. Air pollution and childhood cancer: a review of the epidemiologic literature. International Journal of Cancer. 2006;118(12):2920-2929.
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