Portrait of Matt London with a relaxed smile and groomed beard. He's wearing wire-framed glasses and a teal colored, button down shirt with an open collar.

Matt London, MS

Identifying and inspiring the next generation of health and safety professionals

The World Within Reach
Matt London, MS
Adjunct Professor
 

School of Public Health
Department: Environmental Health Sciences

Address:
GEC, Room 100

 

Education

University of Cincinnati, Kettering Lab - M.S. in Industrial Hygiene - 1983
Brown University - B.A. in Asian Civilization - 1976

Research Interests

Interested in developing and implementing programs that have a direct impact on improving worker health and safety.  Particularly interested in identifying and inspiring the next generation of health and safety professionals.

Publications

• Lipscomb J, London M, McPhaul K, el Ghaziri M, Lydecker A, Geiger-Brown J, and Johnson J.  “The Prevalence of Coworker Conflict Including Bullying in a Unionized US Public Sector Workforce”.  Violence and Victims, Vol 30, No 5, pgs 813-829 (2015).
• Lipscomb, Jane and Matt London.  Not Part of the Job: How to take a Stand Against Violence in the Work Setting.  American Nurses Association Press, Silver Spring, Maryland (2015).
• Delp, L, K Riley, S Jacobs, D Bush, K Kirkland, I Denis, M London, R Harrison.  Shaping the Future: Ten Years of the Occupational Health Internship Program.  New Solutions, Vol. 23(2) 253-281 (2013).
• Herbert R, M London, D Nagin, and W Beckett.  The Diagnosis and Treatment of Occupational Diseases: Integrating Clinical Practice with Prevention.  American Journal of Industrial Medicine.  Vol 37, pages 1-5 (2000).
• Roerig S, G Casey, M London, et al.  Fatalities Associated with Improper Hitching to Farm Tractors - New York, 1991-1995.  Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report.  45:307-311 (April 19, 1996).
• Marshall EG, JM Melius, MA London, PC Nasca, WS Burnett.  Investigation of a Testicular Cancer Cluster Using a Case-Control Approach.  International Journal of Epidemiology.  Vol. 19, No. 2 (1990).