Ellen B. Gold, MA, PhD

Ellen B. Gold, MA, PhD

Professor
School of Medicine
Dept. of Public Health Sciences
University of California
Davis, CA 95616-8638
530-752-2446
ebgold@ucdavis.edu
UC Davis Profile
 
Current Research Interests
• Relation of occupational, lifestyle, and environmental factors to: midlife hormone changes in diverse ethnic groups of women; midlife symptoms in diverse ethnic groups of women; age at menopause in diverse ethnic groups; premenstrual symptoms
• Relation of organophosphate exposure to neurobehavior in migrant farmworker children
• Relation of ethnicity to childhood cancer
• Risk factors for childhood brain tumors and pancreatic cancer
 
Key Publications

Gold EB, Bromberger J, Crawford S, et al. 2001. Factors associated with age at menopause in a multi-ethnic population of women. Amer J Epidemiol 153:865-74.

Parikh-Patel A, Gold EB, Worman H, Krivy KE, Gershwin EM. 2001. Risk factors for primary biliary cirrhosis in a cohort of patients from the United States. Hepatol 33(1):16-21.

Gold EB. 2000. Epidemiology of the menopause: demographics, ethnic and international differences and environmental influences. In: Lobo R, Marcus R, Kelsey J, editors. Menopause. San Diego: Academic Press. p 182-202.

Gold EB, Sternfeld B, Kelsey JL, Brown C, Mouton C, Reame N, Salamone L, Stellato R. 2000. The relation of demographic and lifestyle factors to symptoms in a multi-ethnic population of 40-55-year-old women. Am J Epidemiol 152:463-73.

Parikh-Patel A, Gold E, Mackay IR, Gershwin ME. 1999. The geoepidemiology of primary biliary cirrhosis: contrasts and comparisons with the spectrum of autoimmune disorders. Clin Immunol 91:206-18.
 
Teaching
Reproductive Epidemiology (UCD)
Advanced Concepts in Epidemiologic Study Design (UCD)
 
Honors
NIEHS Research Career Development Award
American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Fellow
 
Public and University Service
Graduate Advisor and Chair of Graduate Advisors for Graduate group in Epidemiology
Member, Executive Committee, Graduate Group in Epidemiology