SER is the top professional organization for all practicing epidemiologists. Established in 1968 to foster epidemiologic research, SER is the oldest and largest general epidemiology society in North America.
Pollack joined the College of Health and Human Services at George Mason University in 2013, where she is an associate professor in the Department of Global and Community Health. Pollack’s research focuses on relationships between environmental chemical exposures and fertility, pregnancy, and gynecologic health.
“The College is proud to have a member of our faculty serve on the board of this highly respected and innovative organization for practicing epidemiologists, helping to lead the global direction of epidemiologic research and practice,” says Dean Germaine Louis. “Dr. Pollack’s appointment reflects the value of her scholarship, particularly her research on the impact of environmental pollution on the female reproductive system.”