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  • MATTHEW J. STRICKLAND<br />Emory University<br />Department of Environmental Health<br />1518 Clifton Rd NE<br />Atlanta GA 30322<br />404-712-8912<br />EDUCATION<br />Dec 2007Emory University, Atlanta GA. Ph.D. in Epidemiology. Dissertation title: <br />Ambient air pollution and cardiovascular malformations in Atlanta, Georgia.<br />Jun 2002Ohio State University, Columbus OH. M.P.H. in Epidemiology. Thesis title: Time-dependent recordkeeping fatigue among youth completing health diaries of unintentional injuries.<br />May 2000Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland OH. M.A. in Medical Anthropology. <br />May 2000Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland OH. B.A. in Medical Anthropology. <br /> <br />FELLOWSHIPS AND TRAINING GRANTS<br />Maternal and Child Health Applied Research Fellowship (NICHD T32). Sep 2002 – Jun 2004. <br />Graduate School Fellowship, Ohio State University. Oct 2000 – Dec 2001.<br />James Dysart Magee Award, Case Western Reserve University, Apr 1999.<br />Presidential Scholarship, Case Western Reserve University. Aug 1996 – May 2000.<br />PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE<br />July 2008-PresentAssistant Professor, Department of Environmental Health, Emory University, Atlanta GA. Jointly appointed in the Department of Epidemiology.<br />Dec 2007-July 2008Health Scientist, National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta GA. Epidemiologic design, analysis, and interpretation of birth defects surveillance data from metropolitan Atlanta.<br />Jun 2004-Dec 2007Health Scientist, Battelle Memorial Institute, Atlanta GA. Battelle contractor working with the Surveillance Team, Birth Defects Branch, National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. <br />PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS<br />
    • Hamrick SE, Strickland MJ, Shapira SK, Autry A, Schendel DE. Use of Special education services among children with and without congenital gastrointestinal anomalies. Am J Intellect Dev Disabil (in press).
    • Strickland MJ, Darrow LA, Klein M, Flanders WD, Sarnat JA, Waller LA, Sarnat SE, Mulholland JA, Tolbert PE. Short-term associations between ambient air pollutants and pediatric asthma emergency department visits. Am J Resp Crit Care Med (in press). PMID: 20378732.
    • Csordas, TC, Dole C, Tran A, Strickland M, Storck MG. Ways of asking, ways of telling: a methodological comparison of ethnographic and research diagnostic interviews. Cult Med Pyschiatry 2010;34:29-55. PMID: 20016935
    • Darrow LA, Klein M, Sarnat JA, Mulholland JA, Strickland MJ, Sarnat SE, Russell AG, Tolbert PE. The use of alternative pollutant metrics in time-series studies of ambient air pollution and respiratory emergency department visits. J Expo Sci Environ Epidemiol (in press). PMID: 19756042.
    • Parker SE, Mai CT, Strickland MJ, Olney RS, Rickard R, Marengo L, Wang Y, Hashmi SS, Meyer RE. Multistate study of the epidemiology of clubfoot. Birth Defects Res A Clin Mol Teratol 2009;85:897-904. PMID: 19697433
    • Darrow LA, Strickland MJ, Klein M, Waller LA, Flanders WD, Correa A, Marcus M, Tolbert PE. Seasonality of birth in Atlanta and implications for temporal studies of preterm birth. Epidemiology 2009;20:699-706. PMID: 19535987
    • Strickland MJ, Klein M, Correa A, Reller MD, Mahle WT, Riehle-Colarusso TJ, Botto LD, Flanders WD, Mulholland JA, Siffel C, Marcus M, Tolbert PE. Ambient air pollution and cardiovascular malformations in Atlanta, Georgia, 1986–2003. Am J Epidemiol 2009;169:1004-14. PMID: 19258486
    • Strickland MJ, Klein M, Darrow LA, Flanders WD, Correa A, Marcus M, Tolbert PE. The issue of confounding in epidemiological studies of ambient air pollution and pregnancy outcomes. J Epidemiol Community Health 2009;63:500-4. PMID: 19228684
    • Gilboa SM, Strickland MJ, Olshan AF, Werler MM, Correa A. Use of antihistamine medications during pregnancy and isolated major malformations. Birth Defects Res A Clin Mol Teratol 2009;85:137-50. PMID: 19161158
    • Strickland MJ, Riehle-Colarusso TJ, Jacobs JP, Reller MD, Mahle WT, Botto LD, Tolbert PE, Jacobs ML, Lacour-Gayet FG, Tchervenkov CI, Mavroudis C, Correa A. The importance of nomenclature for congenital heart disease: implications for research and evaluation. Cardiol Young 2008;18 (Suppl 2):92-100. PMID: 19063779
    • Reller MD, Strickland MJ, Riehle-Colarusso TJ, Mahle WT, Correa A. Prevalence of congenital heart defects in metropolitan Atlanta, 1998-2005. J Pediatr 2008;153:807-13. PMID: 18657826
    • Slama R, Darrow L, Parker J, Woodruff TJ, Strickland M, Nieuwenhuijsen M, Glinianaia S, Hoggatt KJ, Kannan S, Hurley F, Kalinka J, Sram R, Brauer M, Wilhelm M, Heinrich J, Ritz B. Meeting report: atmospheric pollution and human reproduction. Environ Health Perspect 2008;116:791-8. PMID: 18560536
    • Riehle-Colarusso TJ, Strickland MJ, Reller MD, Mahle WT, Botto LD, Siffel C, Atkinson M, Correa A. Improving the quality of surveillance data on congenital heart defects in the Metropolitan Atlanta Congenital Defects Program. Birth Defects Res A Clin Mol Teratol 2007;79:743-53. PMID: 17990334
    • Strickland MJ, Siffel C, Gardner BR, Berzen AK, Correa A. Quantifying geocode location error using GIS methods. Environ Health 2007;6:10. PMID: 17408484
    • Gardner BR, Strickland MJ, Correa A. Application of the automated spatial surveillance program to birth defects surveillance data. Birth Defects Res A Clin Mol Teratol 2007;79:559-64. PMID: 17385687
    • Correa A, Cragan JD, Kucik JE, Alverson CJ, Gilboa SM, Balakrishnan R, Strickland MJ, Duke CW, O’Leary LA, Riehle-Colarusso TJ, Siffel C, Gambrell D, Thompson D, Atkinson M, Chitra J. Reporting birth defects surveillance data 1968-2003. Birth Defects Res A Clin Mol Teratol 2007;79:65-186. PMID: 17278144
    • Strickland MJ, Crawford JM, Shen L, Wilkins III, JR. Time-dependent recordkeeping fatigue among youth completing health diaries of unintentional injuries. J Safety Res 2006;37:487-92. PMID: 17126366
    • Siffel C, Strickland MJ, Gardner BR, Kirby RS, Correa A. Role of geographic information systems in birth defects surveillance and research. Birth Defects Res A Clin Mol Teratol 2006;76:825-33. PMID: 17094141
    CONFERENCE ABSTACTS – ORAL PRESENTATIONS<br />
    • Strickland MJ, et al. Relationship between ambient air pollution and congenital heart defects in a U.S. metropolitan area. International Society of Environmental Epidemiology. Mexico City, Mexico, 2007. Epidemiology 2007;18: S88.
    • Strickland MJ, Gilboa S. Adjustment for multiple results in a hypothesis-generating study of maternal antihistamine use and birth defects. Society for Epidemiologic Research. Boston, MA, 2007. Am J Epidemiol 2007;165:S98.
    • Strickland MJ. Working with spatial data. National Birth Defects Prevention Network Annual Meeting. San Antonio, TX, 2007.
    • Strickland MJ, Gardner B. Investigation of a hypothesized cluster of birth defects using Metropolitan Atlanta Congenital Defects Program (MACDP) surveillance data. National Birth Defects Prevention Network Annual Meeting. Arlington, VA, 2006.
    • Strickland MJ. The health and environment linked for information exchange (HELIX)-Atlanta effort: air pollution and birth defects demonstration. National Environmental Public Health Tracking Conference. Atlanta, GA, 2005.
    OTHER CONFERENCE ABSTRACTS<br />
    • Flanders WD, Klein M, Strickland M, Darrow L, Sarnat S, Sarnat J, Waller L, Tolbert P. A method of identifying residual confounding and other violations of model assumptions. International Society of Environmental Epidemiology, Dublin, Ireland, 2009. Epidemiology 2009; 20:S44-S45.
    • Goldman G, Mulholland J, Strickland M, Tolbert P. Assessment of ambient air pollution measurement error associated with instrument precision and spatial heterogeneity. International Society of Environmental Epidemiology, Dublin, Ireland, 2009. Epidemiology 2009; 20:S80
    • Strickland M, Goldman G, Mulholland J, Tolbert P. Evaluation of the impact of measurement error and spatial variability on risk ratio estimates in an air pollution epidemiology time-series study. International Society of Environmental Epidemiology, Dublin, Ireland, 2009. Epidemiology 2009; 20:S163.
    • Strickland M, Darrow L, Klein M, Sarnat J, Flanders W, Sarnat S, Waller L, Tolbert P. Acute associations between ambient air pollution and pediatric asthma emergency department visits in Atlanta, Georgia, 1993-2004. International Society of Environmental Epidemiology, Dublin, Ireland, 2009. Epidemiology 2009; 20:S163.
    • Darrow LA, Klein M, Correa A, Flanders D, Waller L, Marcus M, Strickland M, Tolbert P. Ambient air pollution and birth weight in full-term infants in Atlanta, 1994-2004. International Society of Environmental Epidemiology, Dublin, Ireland, 2009. Epidemiology 2009; 20:S54.
    • Darrow LA, Strickland M, Klein M, Correa A, Waller L, Marcus M, Flanders D, Tolbert P. Seasonality of birth in Atlanta and implications for temporal studies of preterm birth. International Society of Environmental Epidemiology. Pasadena, CA, 2008. Epidemiology 2008; 19:S260
    • Strickland M, Reller M, Riehle-Colarusso T, Correa A, et al. Prevalence of congenital heart defects in metropolitan Atlanta. Teratology Society. Monterrey, CA, 2008: Birth Defects Res A Clin Mol Teratol 2008;82:356.
    • Kucik J, Strickland M, Correa A. The birth defects cluster study: a national approach to birth defects cluster investigations. Teratology Society. Monterrey, CA, 2008: Birth Defects Res A Clin Mol Teratol 2008;82:356.
    • Strickland M, Klein M, Correa A, Reller M, Riehle-Colarusso T, Mahle W, Botto L, Flanders D, Mulholland J, Siffel C, Marcus M, Tolbert P. Ambient air pollution and cardiovascular malformations in Atlanta, Georgia, 1986–2003. Teratology Society. Monterrey, California: Birth Defects Res A Clin Mol Teratol 2008;82:380.
    • Darrow L, Klein M, Marcus M, Flanders D, Correa A, Kahn E, Strickland M, Mulholland J, Tolbert P. Adverse birth outcomes and ambient air pollution. International Society for Environmental Epidemiology. Paris, France, 2006. Epidemiology 2006;17:S104.
    • Darrow L, Sarnat S, Sarnat J, Klein M, Peel J, Strickland M, Mulholland J, Tolbert P. Use of alternative pollutant temporal metrics in time series analyses of ambient air pollution and cardiorespiratory emergency department visits. International Society for Environmental Epidemiology. Paris, France, 2006. Epidemiology 2006;17:S270.
    • Strickland M, Correa A, Reller M, Mahle W, Botto L, Riehle T, Siffel C, Flanders W, Klein M, Marcus M, Mulholland J, Tolbert P. Time-series analysis of air pollution and congenital heart defects. International Society for Environmental Epidemiology. Paris, France, 2006. Epidemiology 2006;17:S270.
    TEACHING EXPERIENCE<br />2008-PresentInstructor, “Methods in Environmental and Occupational Epidemiology” (EOH 537/EPI 747), Emory University.<br />2009-PresentGuest lecture, “Environment and Health” (EAS 4803), Georgia Institute of <br />Technology.<br />2008-PresentGuest lecture, “Perspectives in Environmental Health” (EOH 500), Emory <br />University.<br />2008-PresentGuest lecture, “Environmental and Occupational Health Journal Club” (EOH 590R), Emory University.<br />2005-PresentInstructor, “Survival Analysis” and “Advanced Survival Analysis,” www.statistics.com. <br />2008-PresentGuest lecturer, “Occupational and Environmental Epidemiology” (EOH 530), Emory University. <br />2007Instructor, “Survival Analysis,” Erasmus Summer Program, Rotterdam, The Netherlands. <br />2006-2008Instructor, Epidemiologic Intelligence Service Summer Program, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta GA. <br />MENTORING: DOCTORAL STUDENTS<br />
    • Candice Johnson, Emory University, Epidemiology PhD. (Committee member).
    • Gretchen Goldman, Georgia Institute of Technology, Environmental Engineering PhD. (Committee member).
    • Shannon McClintock, Emory University, Biostatistics PhD. (Committee member).
    MENTORING: MASTERS STUDENTS (ALL EMORY UNIVERSITY)<br />
    • Cassandra Gibbs, Epidemiology MPH (May, 2011). (Chair).
    • Alison Kernohan, Global Environmental Health MPH (May, 2011). (Chair).
    • Jamie White, Epidemiology MPH (August, 2010). (Chair).
    • Kristen Adams, Environmental Health/Epidemiology MSPH (August, 2010). (Chair).
    • Michael Bryan, Global Environmental Health MPH (May, 2010). (Chair).
    • Benjamin Monroe, Global Environmental Health MPH (May, 2010). Geographical distribution of human tanapox: an ecological niche modeling approach. (Chair).
    • Samantha Parker, Environmental Health/Epidemiology MPSH (May, 2009). Multi-state epidemiology of clubfoot. (Chair).
    PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES<br />Reviewer for: <br />American Journal of Epidemiology (2007-2010)<br />Birth Defects Research Part A (2007-2009)<br />Environmental Health (2010)<br />Environmental Health Perspectives (2008-2010)<br />Environmental Research (2009)<br />Epidemiology (2009)<br />Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health (2009-2010)<br />PLOSOne (2009)<br />Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology (2010)<br />Water, Air, and Soil Pollution (2010).<br />Member, International Society for Environmental Epidemiology.<br />Consulting, The Carter Center. Statistical analysis of trachoma prevalence data collected in the Sudan. <br />Dec 2004.<br />CURRENT AND PENDING RESEARCH SUPPORT<br />1K01ES019877 (Strickland, PI)<br />Fall 2010 – Fall 2015<br />NIEHS<br />Title: Relationships between air pollutants and asthma exacerbations in a birth cohort.<br />Goal: Investigate whether children born premature or low birth weight have increased susceptibility to ambient air pollutant concentrations<br />Award: $629,186<br />RD83479901 (Tolbert, Center PI; Strickland, Project PI)<br />Fall 2010 – Fall 2015 <br />US EPA<br />Title: The Emory/Georgia Tech Collaborative: Multi-scale assessment of health effects of air pollution mixtures using novel methods and measurements.<br />Goal: Characterize ambient air pollutant mixtures and evaluate their role in human health risks associated with air pollution.<br />Award: $7,999,779<br />JR5000189 (Strickland, PI)<br />05/01/10-04/30/12<br />TKC Global, Inc.<br />Title: Health impact assessment of ambient air pollutants<br />Goal: Methodological development and implementation of health impact assessments for CDC’S Environmental Public Health Tracking Network for the short-term effects of PM2.5 and ozone on asthma, myocardial infarction, and cardiopulmonary mortality.<br />Direct Costs: $524,415<br />0000006064 (Hamrick, PI)<br />05/01/10-04/30/12<br />Thrasher Research Found<br />Role of inflammatory response in brain injury following neonatal cardiac surgery<br />Goal: to assess the relationship between markers of inflammation and white matter brain injury in term neonates undergoing congenital heart surgery<br />Award: $357,952<br />R03ES018963 (Darrow PI)<br />04/15/10-04/14/12<br />NIEHS<br />Ambient air pollution and respiratory outcomes in children ages 0-4<br />Goal: to assess relationship of air pollution with emergency department visits for several respiratory outcomes in young children<br />Award: $155,000<br />RD833626 (Russell, PI) <br />1/01/08-12/31/10<br />US EPA<br />Development and assessment of environmental indicators: application to mobile source impacts on emissions, air quality, and health outcomes.<br />Goal: to develop indicators of ambient air pollution from mobile sources and evaluate whether these indicators predict emergency department visits for cardiorespiratory health outcomes.<br />EP-P277231/C13172 (Tolbert, PI) <br />7/01/98-12/31/09<br />EPRI<br />Particulate Pollution and Cardiorespiratory Conditions<br />Goal: to assess association of speciated ambient pollution data with 1) arrhythmic events in patients with automatic defibrillators and 2) emergency department visits for cardiorespiratory conditions<br />PAST RESEARCH SUPPORT AS PI<br />09IPA911458 (Strickland, PI)<br />3/01/09-2/28/10<br />CDC<br />Strickland IPA Agreement<br />Goal: to investigate 1) associations between congenital anomalies and risk of pediatric cancer and 2) associations between ambient air pollutants and stillbirths.<br />Award: $22,680<br />PAST RESEARCH SUPPORT AS CO-I<br />R01ES012967 (Tolbert, PI) <br />1/01/05-12/31/09<br />NIEHS<br />Air Pollution and Birth Defects in Atlanta, 1968-2002<br />Goal: to assess relationship of air pollution with incidence of selected birth defects<br />