Candice Yang Johnson, PhD, MS

Assistant Professor in Family Medicine and Community Health
candice.y.johnson@duke.edu

Candice Johnson is an epidemiologist who studies how workplace exposures and work-related policies affect the health of workers and their families. Her research interests include fluid intake and bathroom access at work, women’s health, reproductive health, epidemiologic methods, and the roles of racism and gender discrimination in occupational health inequities.

Before coming to Duke, Dr. Johnson spent two years as an Epidemic Intelligence Service Officer and six years as an Epidemiologist at CDC’s National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health where she studied workplace hazards in populations such as flight attendants, teachers, and nurses. She also deployed in support of CDC's Ebola and Zika virus responses. Dr. Johnson received her PhD in Epidemiology from Emory University and MSc in Epidemiology from the University of Ottawa (Canada). 

Education and Training

  • University of Ottawa (Canada), M.S. 2008
  • Emory University, Ph.D. 2012

Publications

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Johnson CY, Howards PP. Causal pie bingo!. Epidemiology (Cambridge, Mass). 2013 Mar;24(2):331.
Johnson CY, Honein MA, Dana Flanders W, Howards PP, Oakley GP, Rasmussen SA. Pregnancy termination following prenatal diagnosis of anencephaly or spina bifida: a systematic review of the literature. Birth Defects Research Part A, Clinical and Molecular Teratology. 2012 Nov;94(11):857–63.
Flanders WD, Johnson CY, Howards PP, Greenland S. Dependence of confounding on the target population: a modification of causal graphs to account for co-action. Annals of Epidemiology. 2011 Sep;21(9):698–705.
Johnson CY, Sharp L, Cotton SC, Harris CA, Gray NM, Little J, et al. Human papillomavirus infection and anxiety: analyses in women with low-grade cervical cytological abnormalities unaware of their infection status. Plos One. 2011 Jan;6(6):e21046.
Johnson CY, Tuite A, Morange PE, Tregouet DA, Gagnon F. The factor XII -4C>T variant and risk of common thrombotic disorders: A HuGE review and meta-analysis of evidence from observational studies. American Journal of Epidemiology. 2011 Jan;173(2):136–44.
Campbell H, Hawken S, Theodoratou E, Demarsh A, Hutchings K, Johnson CY, et al. Colorectal cancer. In: Human Genome Epidemiology: Building the Evidence for Using Genetic Information to Improve Health and Prevent Disease: Second Edition. 2010.
Little J, Higgins JPT, Ioannidis JPA, Moher D, Gagnon F, Elm EV, et al. STrengthening the REporting of Genetic Association studies (STREGA)-an extension of the STROBE statement. In: Human Genome Epidemiology: Building the Evidence for Using Genetic Information to Improve Health and Prevent Disease: Second Edition. 2010.
Johnson CY, Rasmussen SA. Non-genetic risk factors for holoprosencephaly. American Journal of Medical Genetics Part C, Seminars in Medical Genetics. 2010 Feb;154C(1):73–85.
Johnson CY, Honein MA, Hobbs CA, Rasmussen SA, National Birth Defects Prevention Study. Prenatal diagnosis of orofacial clefts, National Birth Defects Prevention Study, 1998-2004. Prenatal Diagnosis. 2009 Sep;29(9):833–9.

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