Mark Cullen

Stanford University School of Medicine

Dr. Mark Cullen is a Professor of medicine at the Stanford University School of Medicine.  Prior to his recruitment to Stanford in May, 2009, Dr. Cullen was a professor of medicine and public health and director of the Occupational and Environmental Medicine Program (OEM) at Yale University School of Medicine.  He received his BA from Harvard College in 1971 and his MD from Yale University School of Medicine in 1976.  Dr. Cullen completed his residency in internal medicine at Yale and trained in clinical epidemiology before joining the faculty there as an assistant professor in 1980.

Dr. Cullen has published extensively in numerous medical/scientific journals and co-edited the Textbook of Clinical Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 1st and 2nd editions.  He has served in numerous federal and corporate advisory positions, and been a member of the MacArthur Network on SES and Health since 1996.  Prizes include the Westinghouse (Intel) National Science Talent Search (5th place, 1967).  He was elected a Henry J. Kaiser Family Faculty Scholar in General Internal Medicine in 1983.  In 1997 he was elected to the Institute of Medicine.