- ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR Preventive Medicine
Public Health & General Preventive Medicine
- Clinical Preventive Medicine
- Comprehensive Treatment of Work-Related Hand and Arm Disorders
- Experienced in Workers’ Compensation Reporting
- Lead Poisoning
- Lead Toxicity
- Medical Screenings for Work-related Hazard Exposures
- Medical-Legal Examinations and Testimony
- Occupational Asthma
- Occupational Dermatitis
- Occupational Toxicology
- Work Fitness and Disability Integration
- Work-Related Injury and Illness Treatment and Management
MD, Cornell University Medical College
NY Columbia Presbyterian Med. Ctr.
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center- Harvard Medical School
Residency, Occupational Medicine
Boston University Medical Center
- John Meyer, MD, MPH, is the Director of the Occupational Medicine Residency Program and Associate Professor in the Department of Preventive Medicine, and practices at the Selikoff Centers for Occupational Health at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. An NIH BIRCWH Scholar from 2003-5, Dr. Meyer continues research focusing on reproductive hazards and risks for low birth weight and prematurity, using administrative datasets and longitudinal surveys to evaluate occupational risk factors, the psychosocial hazards of work, and health disparities in minority populations that may be mediated by work. Dr. Meyer’s methodological interests are in techniques of social epidemiology, longitudinal data analysis and multilevel modeling in the evaluation of work-related ill health. Other areas of research in which he have been involved include studies in indoor air and building environmental quality, and in the epidemiology of upper extremity disorders. Previously, Dr. Meyer was Chief of the Section of Occupation and Environmental Health, at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine. Dr. Meyer was also consulting medical director to the Connecticut Department of Transportation and Chair of the Connecticut Medical Examining Board for Disability Retirement. At Connecticut he established a consultation service in occupational and environmental reproductive hazards for working pregnant women and those concerned with exposures prior to conception. With assistance from the March of Dimes and the Connecticut Department of Public Health he developed guidance documents for pregnant women and their medical caregivers on reproductive hazards at work, including the nail salon and beauty industry. Dr. Meyer received his medical degree form the Cornell University Medical College and his Masters in Public Health in environmental health from the Boston University School of Public Health, and completed his residency in occupational medicine at the Boston University Medical Center in Massachusetts.
ACOEM Centennial Award for Excellence in Education or Research in OEM
American College of Occupational & Environmental Medicine
2003 - 2005
NIH / NICHD / ORWH & Univ. of Connecticut
Rising Star Award
American College of Preventive Medicine
Meyer JD, Muntaner C, O'Campo P, Warren N. Longitudinal Assessment of Effort-Reward Imbalance and Job Strain Across Pregnancy: A Preliminary Study. Maternal & Child Health Journal 2016 Mar;.
Meyer JD, McDiarmid M, Diaz JH, Baker BA, Hieb M. Reproductive and Developmental Hazard Management. J Occupational Environmental Medicine 2016 Mar; 58(3).
Landsbergis PA, Diez-Roux AV, Fujishiro K, Baron S, Kaufman JD, Meyer JD, Koutsouras G, Shimbo D, Shrager S, Stukovsky KH, Szklo M. Job strain, occupational category, systolic blood pressure, and hypertension prevalence: The Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 2015 Nov; 57(11).
Mutambudzi M, Meyer JD. Construction of early and midlife work trajectories in women and their association with birth weight. American Journal of Public Health 2014 Feb; 104 Suppl 1.
Meyer JD, Meyer JD, Warren N, Reisine S. Race-based job discrimination, disparities in job control, and their joint effects on health. American Journal of Industrial Medicine 2014 May; 57(5).
Meyer JD, Warren N, Reisine S. Racial and ethnic disparities in low birth weight delivery associated with maternal occupational characteristics. American Journal of Industrial Medicine 2010 Feb; 53(2).
Meyer JD, Nichols GH, Warren N, Reisine S. Maternal occupation and risk for low birth weight delivery: assessment using state birth registry data. Journal of Occup & Environ Medicine 2008 Mar; 50(3).
Meyer JD, Mutambudzi M, Warren N. Construction of life-course occupational trajectories: evidence for work as a mediator of racial disparities in hypertension. Journal of Occup & Environ Medicine 2012 Oct; 54(10).
Mutambudzi M, Meyer JD, Warren N, Reisine S. Effects of psychosocial characteristics of work on pregnancy outcomes: a critical review. Women & Health 2011 May; 51(3).
Meyer JD, Mutambudzi M. Association of occupational trajectories with alcohol use disorders in a longitudinal national survey. J Occupational Environmental Medicine 2014 Jul; 56(7).
Meyer JD, Warren N. Job control, substantive complexity, and risk for low birth weight and preterm delivery: an analysis from a state birth registry. American Journal of Industrial Medicine 2007 Sep; 50(9).
Metersky ML, Bean SB, Meyer JD, Mutambudzi M, Brown-Elliott BA, Wechsler ME, Wallace RJ. Trombone player's lung: a probable new cause of hypersensitivity pneumonitis. Chest 2010 Sep; 138(3).
Garza JL, Cavallari JM, Wakai S, Schenck P, Simcox N, Morse T, Meyer JD, Cherniack M. Traditional and environmentally preferable cleaning product exposure and health symptoms in custodians. American Journal of Industrial Medicine 2015 Sep; 58(9).
Meyer JD, Cifuentes M, Warren N. Association of self-rated physical health and incident hypertension with O*NET factors: validation using a representative national survey. Journal of Occup & Environ Medicine 2011 Feb; 53(2).
Morse TF, Deloreto A, St Louis T, Meyer JD. Are employment shifts into non-manufacturing industries partially responsible for the decline in occupational injury rates?. American Journal of Industrial Medicine 2009 Oct; 52(10).
D'Andrea DC, Meyer JD. Workers' compensation reform. Clinics in Occupational and Environmental Medicine 2004 May; 4(2).
Cherniack M, Morse TF, Brammer AJ, Lundstrom R, Meyer JD, Nilsson T, Peterson D, Toppila E, Warren N, Fu R, Bruneau H, Croteau M. Vibration exposure and disease in a shipyard: a 13-year revisit. American Journal of Industrial Medicine 2004 Jun; 45(6).
Cherniack M, Brammer A, Meyer J, Morse T, Peterson D, Fu R. Skin temperature recovery from cold provocation in workers exposed to vibration: a longitudinal study. Occup & Environ Medicine 2003 Dec; 60(12).
Cherniack M, Brammer AJ, Lundstrom R, Meyer J, Morse TF, Nealy G, Nilsson T, Peterson D, Toppilla E, Warren N, Fu RW, Bruneau H. Segmental nerve conduction velocity in vibration-exposed shipyard workers. International archives of occupational and environmental health 2004 Apr; 77(3).
Adisesh A, Meyer JD, Cherry NM. Prognosis and work absence due to occupational contact dermatitis. Contact Dermatitis 2002 May; 46(5).
Shum KW, Meyer JD, Chen Y, Cherry N, Gawkrodger DJ. Occupational contact dermatitis to nickel: experience of the British dermatologists (EPIDERM) and occupational physicians (OPRA) surveillance schemes. Occup & Environ Medicine 2003 Dec; 60(12).
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