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Summary

  • Dr. Matthew Longnecker, MD is a board certified internist in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. He is currently licensed to practice medicine in Massachusetts.

Education & Training

  • Temple University HospitalResidency, Internal Medicine, 1981 - 1984
  • Geisel School of Medicine at DartmouthClass of 1981

Certifications & Licensure

  • MA State Medical License
    MA State Medical License 1984 - 2019
  • American Board of Internal Medicine Internal Medicine

Clinical Trials

Publications & Presentations

PubMed

Grant Support

  • Study Of DDT And Loss Of Clinically-Recognized Pregnancies In South AfricaNational Institute Of Environmental Health Sciences2010–2011
  • The Norwegian Mother And Child Study: Environmental Specimen CollectionNational Institute Of Environmental Health Sciences2009–2011
  • The Generation R Cohort Study As An Niehs ResourceNational Institute Of Environmental Health Sciences2009–2011
  • Study Of Health Effects Of DDT In MexicoNational Institute Of Environmental Health Sciences2009–2011
  • Human Health Effects Of Exposure To Organochlorine CompoundsNational Institute Of Environmental Health Sciences2009–2011
  • Effect Of Diet And Other Early Exposures On Child Health And DevelopmentNational Institute Of Environmental Health Sciences2009–2011
  • The Norwegian Mother And Child Study: Environmental Specimen CollectionNational Institute Of Environmental Health Sciences2007–2008
  • Effect Of Diet And Other Early Exposures On Child Health And DevelopmentNational Institute Of Environmental Health Sciences2007–2008
  • The Generation R Cohort Study As An Niehs ResourceNational Institute Of Environmental Health Sciences2003–2008
  • Study Of Health Effects Of DDT In MexicoNational Institute Of Environmental Health Sciences2003–2008
  • Human Health Effects Of Exposure To Organochlorine CompoundsNational Institute Of Environmental Health Sciences1996–2008
  • Effect Of Diet And Other Early Exposures On Child HealthNational Institute Of Environmental Health Sciences2005–2006
  • Human Health Effects Of Exposure To Organochlorine CompoNational Institute Of Environmental Health Sciences2001–2006
  • Studies Of Phenolphthalein Containing Laxative UseNational Institute Of Environmental Health Sciences2004
  • Diet And Other Early Exposures On Child Health And DevelNational Institute Of Environmental Health Sciences2004
  • Effect Of Diet On Child Development, And On The OccurencNational Institute Of Environmental Health Sciences2003
  • Studies Of Phenolphthalein Containing Laxative Use And NNational Institute Of Environmental Health Sciences2002–2003
  • Effect Of The Antiandrogen DDE On Anthropometric MeasureNational Institute Of Environmental Health Sciences2001–2002
  • Effect Of Diet On Occurence Of Chronic DiseaseNational Institute Of Environmental Health Sciences1997–2002
  • Phenolphthalein Containing Laxative Use And NeoplasiaNational Institute Of Environmental Health Sciences2001
  • Studies Of Phenolphthalein Containing Laxative Use And NeoplasiaNational Institute Of Environmental Health Sciences1996–2000
  • Validity Of Toenail Element Levels As A Surrogate Measure Of ExposureNational Institute Of Environmental Health Sciences1998–1999
  • Organochlorine Residue Levels And Risk Of Breast CancerNational Institute Of Environmental Health Sciences1994