Michael B. Siegel, MD

Professor, Community Health Sciences
Michael Siegel
(617) 638-5167mbsiegel@bu.edu
Crosstown Center – CT438
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Biography

Michael is a physician who completed his residency in Preventive Medicine at the UC Berkeley School of Public Health and trained in epidemiology for two years at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta before coming to Boston. His primary research interest is in the area of tobacco control, focusing on secondhand smoke health effects, exposure, and policies, cigarette advertising and marketing practices and their effects on youths, and evaluation of tobacco control policies and their impact on youth and adult smoking behavior. His primary teaching is in the areas of mass communication, marketing, and public health advocacy. He is co-author of a book, entitled “Marketing Public Health: Strategies to Promote Social Change,” that grew out of his teaching experience at the School. He has been active in promoting smoke-free bar and restaurant policies throughout the country and has served as an expert witness in several major tobacco litigation cases.

Education

  • Brown University, BA
  • Yale University, MD
  • University of California, Berkeley, MPH

Classes Taught

  • SPHSB721
  • SPHSB721
  • SPHSB921
  • SPHSB921
  • SPHSB922
  • SPHSB940
  • SPHSB940
  • SPHSB940
  • SPHSB941
  • SPHSB941

Publications

  • Published on 10/3/2016

    Aaron DG, Siegel MB. Sponsorship of National Health Organizations by Two Major Soda Companies. Am J Prev Med. 2016 Oct 3. PMID: 27745783.

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  • Published on 9/1/2016

    Naimi TS, Ross CS, Siegel MB, DeJong W, Jernigan DH. Amount of Televised Alcohol Advertising Exposure and the Quantity of Alcohol Consumed by Youth. J Stud Alcohol Drugs. 2016 Sep; 77(5):723-9. PMID: 27588530.

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  • Published on 5/19/2016

    Siegel M, Rothman EF. Firearm Ownership and Suicide Rates Among US Men and Women, 1981-2013. Am J Public Health. 2016 Jul; 106(7):1316-22. PMID: 27196643.

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  • Published on 2/18/2016

    Siegel M, Galloway A, Ross CS, Binakonsky J, Jernigan DH. Jello Shot Consumption among Underage Youths in the United States. J Child Adolesc Subst Abuse. 2016; 25(3):188-193. PMID: 27087771.

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  • Published on 2/3/2016

    Kalesan B, Mobily ME, Vasan S, Siegel M, Galea S. The Role of Interpersonal Conflict as a Determinant of Firearm-Related Homicide-Suicides at Different Ages. J Interpers Violence. 2016 Feb 3. PMID: 26843182.

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  • Published on 10/19/2015

    Siegel M, Ross CS, Albers AB, DeJong W, King C, Naimi TS, Jernigan DH. The relationship between exposure to brand-specific alcohol advertising and brand-specific consumption among underage drinkers--United States, 2011-2012. Am J Drug Alcohol Abuse. 2016; 42(1):4-14. PMID: 26479468.

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  • Published on 10/12/2015

    Siegel M, Ayers AJ, DeJong W, Naimi TS, Jernigan DH. Differences in alcohol brand consumption among underage youth by age, gender, and race/ethnicity - United States, 2012. J Subst Use. 2015 Nov 1; 20(6):430-438. PMID: 26557044.

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  • Published on 9/18/2015

    Siegel M, Kurland RP, Castrini M, Morse C, de Groot A, Retamozo C, Roberts SP, Ross CS, Jernigan DH. Potential youth exposure to alcohol advertising on the internet: A study of internet versions of popular television programs. J Subst Use. 2016; 21(4):361-367. PMID: 27212891.

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  • Published on 6/4/2015

    Roberts SP, Siegel MB, DeJong W, Ross CS, Naimi T, Albers A, Skeer M, Rosenbloom DL, Jernigan DH. Brands matter: Major findings from the Alcohol Brand Research Among Underage Drinkers (ABRAND) project. Addict Res Theory. 2016; 24(1):32-39. PMID: 27034628.

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  • Published on 5/11/2015

    Siegel M, DeJong W, Cioffi D, Leon-Chi L, Naimi TS, Padon AA, Jernigan DH, Xuan Z. Do alcohol advertisements for brands popular among underage drinkers have greater appeal among youth and young adults? Subst Abus. 2016; 37(1):222-9. PMID: 25961837.

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