PhD, Tulane University
MSPH, Tulane University
BA, University of Georgia
Mark J. Wilson is a molecular toxicologist and industrial hygienist. His research focuses on the role that modifiable lifestyle factors, like obesity, plays in increased sensitivity to the negative effects of occupational and environmental chemical exposures. He is involved in dietary and environmental exposure assessments using a community-based participatory research framework designed to identify priority exposure scenarios which are then explored using in vitro, in vivo, and ex vivo bioassays. He teaches SPHU 2150 Foundations of Environmental Health (undergraduate course), GEHS 6030 Survey of Environmental Health Science, and GEHS 6720 Principles of Industrial Hygiene (graduate courses).
View Dr. Wilson's publications at his NCBI profile page.