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Will Mueller

Will Mueller is a Statistician in the Statistics and Toxicology Section of the Research Division. Will has over 5 years’ experience with datasets representing diverse research areas, including the health of atomic bomb survivors, violence and injury surveillance in the Caribbean, and cognitive effects from mobile phone use in London adolescents. Will currently assists with the design and quantitative analysis of a range of occupational and environmental health studies undertaken at the IOM.  

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Qualifications:

  • MSc (Epidemiology)
  • MASc (Environmental Science)
  • BSc Hons (Biology)

Research Interests:

  • Epidemiology
  • Environment and Health
  • Occupational Health

Selected Publications:

Semple S, Mueller W, Leyland A, Gray L, Cherrie J. Assessing progress in protecting non-smokers from second-hand smoke. [Under review]

Toledano MB, Mueller W, Chang I, Mireku M, Fleming C, Dumontheil I, Thomas MC, Eeftens M, Elliott P, Röösli M Total recall in the SCAMP Cohort: Validation of self-reported mobile phone use in the smartphone era. [Under review]

Andall-Brereton G, Mueller W 2017. Assessing Violence and Injury Surveillance in the Caribbean. West Indian Medical Journal. [In press]

Mueller W, Gilham C 2015. Childhood leukemia and proximity to nuclear power plants: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Journal of Cancer Policy. 6: 44-56.

Mueller W 2013. The effectiveness of recycling policy options: Waste diversion or just diversions?. Waste Management. 33(3): 508-518.