Lizbeth López-Carrillo, Dr. P.H.

Dr. López-Carrillo is currently a Senior Researcher in Mexico’s premier public health institution, the National Institute of Public Health. She was awarded the Irving J. Selikoff Scholarship in 2001 and worked with Mount Sinai’s Jia Chen, Ph.D. on the development of a protocol for maternal folate and B vitamins status and neurodevelopment in children. Dr. López-Carrillo’s other research interests include DDT and occupational cancers and reproductive health, reproductive health and gene-environment interactions and neurodevelopment and gastric cancer. She is also currently the Mount Sinai/Queens College International Training Program in Environmental and Occupational Health’s liaison in Mexico.

Institutional Affiliation

Centro de Investigaciones en Salud Pública
Instituto Nacional de Salud Pública

Mailing Address

Centro de Investigaciones en Salud Pública
Instituto Nacional de Salud Pública
Av. Universidad No. 655
Col. Santa María Ahuacatitlán
Cuernavaca, Morelos

E-mail Address

Irving J. Selikoff Scholarship Project

Developing a Protocol for Determining Maternal Folate and B Vitamins Status and Neurodevelopment in Children

Partial Bibliography

Lizbeth López Carrillo, Malaquías López, Armando Ramírez, Guillermo Robles, Alejandro Mohar, Abelardo Meneses, Yolanda López Vidal, Aaron Blair. Capsaicin consumption, Helicobacter pylori positivity and gastric cancer. En prensa: International Journal of Cancer

Pastor Bonilla, Malaquías López, Luisa Torres, Guillermo Tortolero, Lizbeth López Carrillo. Nutritional factors and breast cancer in Mexico. En prensa: Nutrition and Cancer

Laura Torres, Gertrud Berkowitz, Luisa Torres, Malaquías López, Mariano Cebrián, Marisela Uribe, Lizbeth López Carrillo. Preterm birth in relation to maternal organochlorine serum levels. Annals of Epidemiology 2002;12:158-162.