SCIENTISTS AND SCHOLARS

Doug Wiebe, PhD

Professor of Emergency Medicine, U-M Medical School

Professor of Epidemiology; Director of the University of Michigan Injury Prevention Center; Data and Methods Core Lead, Institute for Firearm Injury Prevention

dwiebe@umich.edu

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Dr. Wiebe is a Professor of Emergency Medicine and of Epidemiology at the University of Michigan, and the Director of the CDC–funded University of Michigan Injury Prevention Center . Dr. Wiebe serves as a lead for the Data and Methods Core within the Institute for Firearm Injury Prevention. Before joining the University of Michigan, Dr. Wiebe was the Director of the CDC-funded Penn Injury Science Center, and a Professor of Epidemiology at the Perelman School of Medicine. Dr. Wiebe’s firearm injury prevention research focuses on conducting studies of how places, policies, and locations where people spend time have implications for firearm injury risks and health. His interests include environmental risk factors for injury; methodologic challenges of activity pattern measurement and exposure measurement; and, the impact of daily routines on health-related behavior. He has applied this expertise across a range of injury prevention areas, most notably firearm and concussion injury prevention. Dr. Wiebe also directs a D43 training program funded by the Fogarty International Center to build capacity for trauma epidemiology and injury prevention in Botswana, leads the Ivy League – Big Ten Epidemiology of Concussion Study, and directs the Data Coordinating Center for an NINDS-funded U54 multi-site study of TBI-related neurodegenerative disease. In addition, Dr. Wiebe is a member of the American College of Epidemiology and a past president of SAVIR (Society for the Advancement of Violence and Injury Research), is on the editorial board of Injury Epidemiology, and serves on study sections for the Center for Scientific Review at the NIH, the National Science Foundation, and the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada.