Dr. ERIC FEIGL-DING is a public health epidemiologist, nutritionist, and health economist. He is a faculty member at the Harvard Chan School of Public Health, founder and Executive Director of Toxin Alert, Chief Health Economist for Microclinic International, and founder / former director of the Campaign for Cancer Prevention.
His public health work focuses on the intersection of behavioral risk factors, nutrition, environment, social networks, health economics, and health policy. He has further expertise in prevention and risks of cancer, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease, China and Middle East health, conduct of randomized trials and meta-analysis, and digital technology. He has published in leading journals, including the New England Journal of Medicine, Journal of the American Medical Association, The Lancet, and Health Policy. His 100+ publications have received over 19,000 external citations (H-Index 45). He is founder and Principal Investigator of several randomized trials of health interventions in the U.S. and abroad. Altogether, his competitively awarded projects as PI/CEO/Director have received over $10 million in funding.
A Google Tech Talk keynote speaker, a World Economic Forum Global Shaper, he has worked with the World Health Organization, European Commission, as a judge for the VH1 Do Something Awards, judge for the Soros Fellowship, and member of the Gates-funded Global Burden of Disease Project and US Disease Burden Collaboration.