Anne Joseph, MD, MPH
Wexler Professor of Medicine and Director, Applied Clinical Research Program
- Family Medicine/Primary Care
- Internal Medicine
- Primary Care Center
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (MD); University of Minnesota (MPH in Epidemiology)
University of Minnesota (Internal Medicine)
Dr. Joseph is a Wexler Professor of Medicine and general internist in the Department of Medicine. She received her medical training at the University of Michigan and received a Masters of Public Health in Epidemiology from the University of Minnesota. She is currently directing the Applied Clinical Research Program in the Department of Medicine. Her primary research interests are in tobacco control. Her work has focused on smoking cessation and smoking reduction interventions for special populations of smokers that experience unique barriers to delivery of tobacco treatment. Dr. Joseph is past president of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco, Co-Chair of the Medical School Promotion and Tenure Committee and a member of the University of Minnesota Women’s Faculty Cabinet.
Honors, Awards, Organizations
- 2007, Under Secretary of Health for Veterans Affairs Special Service Award
- 2005, VA Strategic Health Care Group Special Contribution Award
- 2003, VA Strategic Health Care Group Special Contribution Award
- 2004, VA Strategic Health Care Group Special Contribution Award
- 2001, University of Minnesota Department of Medicine Faculty Outcomes Research Award
- American College of Physicians
- American Public Health Association
- American Society of Addiction Medicine
- Society of General Internal Medicine
- Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco
- Spector LG, Murphy SE, Wickham KM, Lindgren BR, Joseph AM. Prenatal tobacco exposure and cotinine in newborn dried blood spots. Pediatrics; 2014;133(6):e1632-8.
- Fu SS van Ryn M, Sherman SE, Burgess DJ, Noorbaloochi S, Clothier B, Taylor BC, Schlede CM, Burke RS, Joseph AM. Proactive tobacco treatment and population-level cessation: a pragmatic randomized controlled trial. JAMA Intern Med. doi:10.1001/jamainternmed.2014.177 [published online March 10, 2014].
- Fu SS, Rhodes KL, Robert C, Widome R, Forster JL, Joseph AM. Designing and Evaluating Culturally Specific Smoking Cessation Interventions for American Indian Communities. Nicotine & Tobacco Research 2013; doi: 10.1093/ntr/ntt11
- Murphy SE, Wickham KM, Lindgren BR, Spector LG, Joseph AM. Cotinine and trans 3'-hydroxycotinine in dried blood spots as biomarkers of tobacco exposure and nicotine metabolism. Journal Of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology 2013;23:513-8.
- Hatsukami DK, Hertsgaard LA, Vogel RI, Jensen JA, Murphy, SE, Hecht SS, Carmella SG, al’Absi M, Joseph AM, Allen SS. Reduced nicotine content cigarettes and nicotine. Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention 2013;22:1015-24.
- Joseph AM, Murphy S, Thomas J, Okuyemi KS, Hatsukami D, Wang Q, Briggs A, Doyle B, Winickoff JP. A pilot study of concurrent lead and cotinine screening for childhood tobacco smoke exposure: effect on parental smoking. American Journal of Health Promotion. http://dx.doi.org/10.4278/ajhp.120912-ARB-445).
- Lassig AA. Yueh B. Murphy SE. Lindgren BR. Fernandes PG. Cooper SK. Banks KM, Wickham KM, Joseph AM. The detection of biomarkers of tobacco smoke exposure in wound fluid: a pilot study. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery; 2013;132:892e-4e.
- Burns R, Rothman A, Fu S, Lindgren B, Joseph AM. The relation between social support and smoking cessation: Revisiting an established measure to improve prediction. Annals of Behavioral Medicine 2014; 47(3):369-75.
- Hatsukami DK, Hertsgaard LA, Vogel RI, Jensen JA, Murphy SE, Hecht SS, Carmella SG, al’Absi M, Joseph AM, Allen SS. Reduced nicotine content cigarettes and nicotine patch. Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention 2013; 22(6):1015-24. NIHMSID: NIHMS465570
- Joseph AM, Spector LG, Wickham KM, Janis G, Winickoff JP, Lindgren B, Murphy S. Biomarker evidence of tobacco smoke exposure in children participating in lead screening. Am J Pub Health 2013;103(12): e54-e59. doi: 10.2105/AJPH.2013.301315
- Joseph AM, Fu SS, Lindgren B, Rothman AJ, Kodl M, Lando H, Doyle B, Hatsukami D. Chronic disease management for tobacco dependence improves long-term abstinence from smoking: a randomized controlled trial. Archives of Internal Medicine 2011;171(21):1894-1900.