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Kenneth Rosenman

Kenneth Rosenman

Professor, Medicine
Chief, Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine

909 FEE RD ROOM D118

Research Interests:
Dr. Rosenman has an active research program in occupational and environmental disease with particular interest in pulmonary disease. He has published approximately 205 articles on occupational and environmental disease. In conjunction with Michigan OSHA and the Michigan Health Department he tracks the occurrence of work-related asthma, acute work-related traumatic fatalities, acute pesticide disease, noise-induced hearing loss, silicosis, blood and urine arsenic, cadmium, lead and mercury levels, serum and red cell cholinesterase levels and asthma deaths in the young. He received a Michigan State University Distinguished Faculty Award in 2010,  a College of Human Medicine Distinguished Faculty Award in 2010 and a Michigan Department of Community Health Health Policy Champion Award in 2011.

Educational Background:
Cornell University, A.B., Genetics, 1972
New York Medical College, M.D., 1975
St. Vincent's Hospital and Medical Center, Intern, 1975-76.
Mt. Sinai Medical Center, Resident in Occupational Medicine, 1976-78.
Baystate Medical Center, Resident in Internal Medicine, 1978-79.

Selected Professional Activities:
Fellow of the American College of Epidemiology; Fellow American College of Preventive Medicine; NIOSH Certified “B” Reader; Fellow of the Collegium Ramazzini. 

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