Genevieve Matanoski, MD
111 Market Place, Suite 850
Baltimore , Maryland 21202
MD , Johns Hopkins University
DrPH , Johns Hopkins University
Dr. Matanoski has been with Johns Hopkins for over 55 years receiving her MD from the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in 1955. She received her MPH in 1962 and her DrPH in 1964 from the Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health. Dr. Matanoski has been a leader in the field of epidemiology at Johns Hopkins and worldwide. Her principle interests are in occupational and environmental disease prevention. She is a certified specialist in general preventive medicine since 1973. She has served as a member and/or chair of numerous national and international committees for EPA, NIEHS, the VA, DOE, and IARC. She chaired several scientific advisory committees for EPA which set regulations as well as policy for the Agency and was chair of the Science Advisory Board for five years. She recently managed two state cancer registries and in that capacity helped advise the organizations about policies for cancer prevention and the need for attention to disparities in cancer occurrence. Her research has included studies of numerous industries such as rubber production, pulp and paper production, industrial painting, phosphate mining and others as well as exposures to various agents such as arsenic, dioxin, butadiene, styrene, air pollutants and electromagnetic fields. Her current research is directed at determining risks from radiation exposure in a large population of shippyard workers.
Honors and Awards
1962-1964: Training Fellowship in Public Health, Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health, Baltimore, MD
1973: Certified Specialist in General Preventive Medicine, American Board of Preventive Medicine
1975: Fellow, American College of Preventive Medicine
1980: Member, Alpha Chapter of the Delta Omega Honorary Society; Member, American Epidemiological Society
1993-1997: Chair, Executive Committee, Science Advisory Board, U.S. EPA
2000: The Johns Hopkins University Distinguished Alumnus Award
The Dr. Genevieve Matanoski Fund in Epidemiology
Epidemiology, Environmental Health, Cancer
Bautista LE, Correa A, Baumgartner J, Breysse P, Matanoski GM. Indoor Charcoal Smoke and Acute Respiratory Infections in Young Children in the Dominican Republic.
Am J Epidemiol. 2009 Jan 6.
Wu X, Matanoski G, Chen VW, Saraiya M, Coughlin SS, King JB, Tao XG.
Descriptive epidemiology of vaginal cancer incidence and survival by race,
ethnicity, and age in the United States. Cancer. 2008 Nov 15;113(10 Suppl):2873-82.
Celik I, Gallicchio L, Boyd K, Lam TK, Matanoski G, Tao X, Shiels M, Hammond
E, Chen L, Robinson KA, Caulfield LE, Herman JG, Guallar E, Alberg AJ. Arsenic in drinking water and lung cancer: a systematic review. Environ Res. 2008 Sep;108(1):48-55.
Gallicchio L, Boyd K, Matanoski G, Tao XG, Chen L, Lam TK, Shiels M, Hammond
E, Robinson KA, Caulfield LE, Herman JG, Guallar E, Alberg AJ. Carotenoids and the risk of developing lung cancer: a systematic review. Am J Clin Nutr. 2008 Aug;88(2):372-83.
Matanoski GM, Tonascia JA, Correa-Villaseñor A, Yates KC, Fink N, Elliott E,
Sanders B, Lantry D. Cancer risks and low-level radiation in U.S. shipyard workers.
J Radiat Res (Tokyo). 2008 Jan;49(1):83-91.
Loyo-Berríos NI, Irizarry R, Hennessey JG, Tao XG, Matanoski G. Air pollution sources and childhood asthma attacks in Catano, Puerto Rico. Am J Epidemiol. 2007 Apr 15;165(8):927-35.
Kang HK, Dalager NA, Needham LL, Patterson DG Jr, Lees PS, Yates K, Matanoski GM. Health status of Army Chemical Corps Vietnam veterans who sprayed defoliant in Vietnam. Am J Ind Med. 2006 Nov;49(11):875-84.
Gallicchio L, Matanoski G, Tao XG, Chen L, Lam TK, Boyd K, Robinson KA, Balick L, Mickelson S, Caulfield LE, Herman JG, Guallar E, Alberg AJ. Adulthood consumption of preserved and nonpreserved vegetables and the risk of nasopharyngeal carcinoma: a systematic review. Int J Cancer. 2006 Sep 1;119(5):1125-35.
Matanoski G, Tao XG, Almon L, Adade AA, Davies-Cole JO. Demographics and tumor characteristics of colorectal cancers in the United States, 1998-2001. Cancer. 2006 Sep 1;107(5 Suppl):1112-20.
Starr TB, Matanoski G, Anders MW, Andersen ME. Workshop overview: reassessment of the cancer risk of dichloromethane in humans. Toxicol Sci. 2006 May;91(1):20-8. Epub 2006 Feb 28.
Brownawell AM, Berent S, Brent RL, Bruckner JV, Doull J, Gershwin EM, Hood RD, Matanoski GM, Rubin R, Weiss B, Karol MH. The potential adverse health effects of dental amalgam. Toxicol Rev. 2005;24(1):1-10. Review.
McDavid K, Schymura MJ, Armstrong L, Santilli L, Schmidt B, Byers T, Steele CB, O'Connor L, Schlag NC, Roshala W, Darcy D, Matanoski G, Shen T, Bolick-Aldrich S; Breast, Colon and Prostate Cancer Data Quality and Patterns of Care Study Group. Rationale and design of the National Program of Cancer Registries' Breast, Colon, and Prostate Cancer Patterns of Care Study. Cancer Causes Control. 2004 Dec;15(10):1057-66.
Jackson LW, Correa-Villasenor A, Lees PSJ, Dominici F, Stewart PA, Breysse PN, Matanoski GM. Parental Lead Exposure and Total Anomalous Pulmonary Venous Return. Birth Defects Research Part A: Clinical and Molecular Teratology 70(4):185-193. (2004)
Matanoski GM, Tao XG. Styrene exposure and ischemic heart disease: a case-cohort study. Am J Epidemiol. 2003 Nov 15;158(10):988-95.
Mohan AK, Hauptmann M, Freedman DM, Ron E, Matanoski GM, Lubin JH, Alexander BH, Boice JD Jr, Doody MM, Linet MS. Cancer and other causes of mortality among radiologic technologists in the United States. Int J Cancer. 2003 Jan 10;103(2):259-67.
Mohan AK, Hauptmann M, Linet MS, Ron E, Lubin JH, Freedman DM, Alexander BH, Boice JD Jr, Doody MM, Matanoski GM. Breast cancer mortality among female radiologic technologists in the United States. J Natl Cancer Inst. 2002 Jun 19;94(12):943-8.
Matanoski GM, Tao X. Case-cohort study of styrene exposure and ischemic heart disease. Res Rep Health Eff Inst. 2002 May;(108):1-29; discussion 31-7.