Since 1999, Dr. Goldsmith has been an Associate Research Professor in the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health at the George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services in Washington DC. He has teaching and research experience in the areas of occupational and environmental health, cancer epidemiology, risk assessment, and application of industrial epidemiology to medical-legal disputes. His specialty within occupational and environmental epidemiology is, and has been for 25 years, silica and asbestos dust exposure, silica-related diseases, including cancer and other chronic health effects. In collaboration with Tee Guidotti MD, MPH, he published the first peer-reviewed paper on silica, silicosis, and cancer in 1982.
David F. Goldsmith, MSPH, PhD
Occupational/environmental epidemiology, Health hazards of silica, silicosis, lung cancer, and other diseases