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Karen Steinberg

Biography

Karen Steinberg

Dr. Steinberg received her PhD in experimental pathology from Emory University in 1980 and began working at the National Center for Environmental Health, CDC. She served as Chief of the Molecular Biology Branch from 1991 to 2004. She also served as Acting Director, Office of Women's Health, CDC, from March 1998 through April 1999. From 2004 until 2010 she was Senior Science Officer for the Coordinating Center for Health Promotion which was home for CDC's activities in chronic disease, birth defects, and genomics. She has authored more than sixty peer-reviewed articles on genomics, cancer, osteoporosis, women's health, ethics, and environmental health.

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