Faculty Experts | US Mortality Rates

Faculty Expert Media Guide 

Faculty Experts on Mortality in the United States 

According to the Mortality in the United States 2018 report published by the CDC on January 30, 2020: Alzheimer's, diabetes, influenza, and suicide are among the leading causes of mortality in the United States. To speak with experts on topics related to mortality rates, please contact Michelle Thompson at mthomp7@gmu.edu/703-993-3485.  

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Alzheimer’s and Related Diseases 

Substance Use/Overdose 

Health Disparities/Social Determinants 

Related Areas of Expertise

Overall trends in mortality rates, suicide among people ages 10-24, Alzheimer’s and related diseases, infant/maternal mortality, maternal health, diabetes, substance use/overdose, overdose rates by county, interventions/wearable devices, health disparities/social determinants, immigrant health, women’s health, domestic violence