Saul obtained his MSc in Epidemiology from Johns Hopkins University where he studied chronic disease, including both physical and mental health. His Masters thesis looked at a novel approach to measure spatial mobility in a population with severe mental illness, linking mobility with physical, mental and psychosocial health indicators. Saul’s interest in occupational research includes studying the epidemiology of cancer and other prevalent diseases such as asthma, COPD, heart disease and comorbid mental health. Since joining the OCRC in the fall of 2016, he has been working on the Occupational Diseases Surveillance System (ODSS).
- MSc (Epidemiology), Johns Hopkins University (2016)