David S. Lopez, MS, MPH, DrPH
Assistant Professor of Epidemiology, Preventive Medicine and Community Health
Post-doctoral Fellowship in Cancer Epidemiology, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health- Department of Epidemiology, 2007-2009
Pre-doctoral Fellowship in Cancer Epidemiology, MD Anderson Cancer- Department of Epidemiology, 2006-2007
DrPH in Epidemiology, UT- Houston School of Public Health, 2007
MPH in Epidemiology, UT- Houston School of Public Health, 2004
MS in Biological Sciences, UT at El Paso, 2000
BS in Microbiology, UT El Paso, El Paso, 1998
Areas of Interest
Cancer health disparities research (urological cancers in different racial and ethnic groups).
Etiology of urological cancers and diseases in men.
Biological pathways that contribute to the development and progression of urological cancers and diseases (endogenous/exogenous testosterone, inflammation markers and insulin-axis).
Dietary and environmental factors that influence the etiology and progression of urological cancers (dietary patterns, sugar sweetened beverages, caffeinated beverages and energy drinks).
Men’s health (lower urinary tract symptoms, BPH, erectile dysfunction, testosterone deficiency, and obesity/metabolic syndrome).
Department of Preventive Medicine and Community Health
Ewing Hall, Suite 1.128, 700 Harborside Drive, Galveston, Texas
Mailing address: 301 University Boulevard, Galveston, Texas 77555-1150