Mark R. Schulz, Ph.D.

Promoting Health, Engaging Communities, Changing Lives

Mark R. Schulz, Ph.D.


Education and Training

Ph.D.    University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, Epidemiology, 2002
M.P.H.   University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, Air, Radiation and Industrial Hygiene, 1998
B.S.       University of Wisconsin-Parkside, Racine/Kenosha, Wisconsin, Industrial and Environmental Hygiene, 1987
B.A.       University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin, Economics, 1976

Curriculum Vitae

Research Interests

My current research interests are the determinants of physical activity particularly bicycling in populations and prevention of bicycling injuries. The bicycle-related research is a newer, developing research area. My earlier research was in occupational and environmental health and dates back to my work in the 1980s and 1990s with non-profit organizations advocating for improved workplace health conditions in Wisconsin and North Carolina. My publications and presentations include work documenting predictors of bicycle helmet use, occupational health issues of Latino farmworkers, racial and ethnic disparities in work-related cancers and risk assessment research comparing cancer risks estimated from epidemiologic studies with risks estimated from animal bioassays. Please review my CV for a complete list of my publications.

Links of Interest

Courses Taught

  • HEA 315: Epidemiology
  • HEA 316: Environmental Health
  • HEA 602: Epidemiology
  • HEA 608: Environmental Health
  • HEA 755: Community Research Practicum