University of California
Jordan S. Rinker, MD, MPH

Jordan S. Rinker, MD, MPH

Clinical Professor of Medicine
School of Medicine
Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine
University of California, San Francisco
P.O. Box 0194
Corte Madera, CA 94976-0194
jrinker@speakeasy.org
415-924-1990 Fax: 415-924-1992
 
Current Research Interests
• Pharmaceutical/Biotechnology Industries
• Lead/Heavy Metals
• Hospital Employee Health
 
Key Publications
• Rinker J., Dinenberg E., Zappaterra M., Pransky G. Disability Management and Prevention in Current Occupational and Environmental Medicine, McGraw-Hill/Lange, 5th Edition, 2014 (in publication).
• Rinker J. 1994. Low back problems: practice guidelines draft. State of California, Department of Industrial Relations, Industrial Medical Council, San Francisco, California. p 1-21.
• Rinker J. 1995. Practice guidelines for low back problems in workers. National Association of Occupational Health Professionals: Clinical Care Update 1(19):1-2.
 
Public and University Service
• Durrani T, Rinker J., Balmes J. Episodic fever, chills and cough in a 33 year-old software developer. Division of Occupational and Environmental N=Medicine, University of California, San Francisco 2012 http://oem.ucsf.edu/resources/tutorials.html
• Rinker J., Durrani T., Balmes J. Fatigue and shortness of breath in a truck driver. Division of Occupational and Environmental N=Medicine, University of California, San Francisco 2012 http://oem.ucsf.edu/resources/tutorials.html
• Reviewer, International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health, Official Journal of the International Commission on Occupational Health, J. LaDou, Editor-in-Chief, 1995-96.
• Reviewer, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Environmental Health and Safety Peer Review - Occupational Medicine; August 19-21, 1996, Berkeley, California.
• Reviewer, Stanford Linear Accelerator National Laboratory Environmental Safety and Health Peer Review - Occupational Medicine; August 18-20, 1997, Stanford, California.
• UCSF Residency Advisory Committee and Curriculum Subcommittee
• SF Lead Hazard Reduction Advisory Committee