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Trang VoPham, PhD MS MPH

Assistant Professor of Epidemiology &
Principal Investigator (PI) of the tvplab based at the Fred Hutch Cancer Center
  • Fred Hutch
  • UW
  • X (fka Twitter)
  • LinkedIn
  • Google Scholar
  • ResearchGate

The American Association of Geographers organized a career development panel on geography applied across different sectors (e.g., non-profit). To view the entire panel discussion, click here and use passcode 9fKS5Q#H

selected updates & highlights

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update on 6 Feb 2024

Published a conceptual framework that illustrates how geospatial science is applied to environmental epidemiology in practice and through the lens of the exposome research paradigm (VoPham, White, and Jones. Geospatial Science for the Environmental Epidemiology of Cancer in the Exposome Era. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev 2024 in press). This paper was inspired by our 2023 Geospatial Science Methods Workshop at the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Annual Meeting in Orlando, FL. More info on the workshop can be found here: bit.ly/aacrgeospatial

in progress

update on 23 Jan 2024

Named one of the 2024 Geospatial World Rising Stars, an initiative to highlight the exceptional accomplishments of individuals under 40 who are applying geospatial science tech to positively impact the environment, economy, and society

HAAPI CC Fred Hutch

update on 14 Sep 2023

Serving as Chair of the Social & Environmental Working Group to provide expertise in geospatial science, environmental epidemiology, and social determinants of health for a new $38.7 million grant awarded to Fred Hutch. Through this NIH grant, Fred Hutch will serve as the Coordinating Center for sites across the US that will recruit at least 10,000 Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander persons to better understand risk factors for cardiovascular and other chronic diseases. 

NIH/NHLBI U24 HL169645 (MPI Anderson, Chan, Floyd & Kaplan)

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update on 10 Mar 2022

Featured on the Freakonomics, M.D. podcast to discuss our lab's research on light exposure related to solar jetlag and environmental circadian misalignment 

Episode 28: Is Daylight Saving Time Hazardous to Your Health?

Studies discussed during the interview include:

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