What does working with the Center mean to you?
My interest in the Center began when it was co-founded by my dear friend, the late Dr. Paul Epstein, and throughout its twenty-year history. I look forward to providing advice and assistance in its next phase of work, including the health impacts of poor indoor air quality.
An epidemiologist with more than forty years experience in public health practice, teaching, and consulting, Richard (Dick) Clapp is a both an Emeritus Professor of Environmental Health at Boston University School of Public Health and an Adjunct Professor at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. His research interests have focused on analyzing data related to environmental and occupational causes of cancer and other diseases. He served as Director of the Massachusetts Cancer Registry from 1980-1989 and is a former Co-Chair of Greater Boston Physicians for Social Responsibility.