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    Margarete Kulik, PhD

    TitlePostdoctoral Scholar
    SchoolUCSF School of Medicine
    DepartmentCardiovascular Research Inst
    Address530 Parnassus Avenue, Library
    San Francisco CA 94143
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      Maastricht University, Maastricht, NetherlandsMScEconomics2000
      University of California, Berkeley, USAMADemography 2002
      Erasmus University Medical Center, Rotterdam, NetherlandsPhDPublic Health 2013

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      Dr. Kulik is interested in health policy-relevant research. She is currently expanding her interests in comparative studies of tobacco control effectiveness and of ways to reduce health inequalities to the US state-level context. She is also analyzing issues in global tobacco control.

      Dr. Kulik's dissertation work focused on developing and applying innovative quantification tools to assess the impact of policies and interventions on lifestyle risk factor prevalence and on health inequalities across Europe. Her work on the particular applications to smoking resulted in her dissertation "Smoking and Inequalities: Quantifying Policies and Interventions". In the past she also investigated the impact of political, economic and social aspects on family and fertility dynamics in Eastern Europe, and examined the equity impact of neglected tropical diseases.

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      1. Kulhánová I, Menvielle G, Hoffmann R, Eikemo TA, Kulik MC, Toch-Marquardt M, Deboosere P, Leinsalu M, Lundberg O, Regidor E, Looman CW, Mackenbach JP, et al. The role of three lifestyle risk factors in reducing educational differences in ischaemic heart disease mortality in Europe. Eur J Public Health. 2016 Aug 12. PMID: 27521162.
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      2. Lhachimi SK, Nusselder WJ, Smit HA, Baili P, Bennett K, Fernández E, Kulik MC, Lobstein T, Pomerleau J, Boshuizen HC, Mackenbach JP. Potential health gains and health losses in eleven EU countries attainable through feasible prevalences of the life-style related risk factors alcohol, BMI, and smoking: a quantitative health impact assessment. BMC Public Health. 2016; 16(1):734. PMID: 27495151.
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      3. Houweling TA, Karim-Kos HE, Kulik MC, Stolk WA, Haagsma JA, Lenk EJ, Richardus JH, de Vlas SJ. Socioeconomic Inequalities in Neglected Tropical Diseases: A Systematic Review. PLoS Negl Trop Dis. 2016 May; 10(5):e0004546. PMID: 27171166.
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      4. Stolk WA, Kulik MC, le Rutte EA, Jacobson J, Richardus JH, de Vlas SJ, Houweling TA. Between-Country Inequalities in the Neglected Tropical Disease Burden in 1990 and 2010, with Projections for 2020. PLoS Negl Trop Dis. 2016 May; 10(5):e0004560. PMID: 27171193.
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      5. de Vlas SJ, Stolk WA, le Rutte EA, Hontelez JA, Bakker R, Blok DJ, Cai R, Houweling TA, Kulik MC, Lenk EJ, Luyendijk M, Matthijsse SM, Redekop WK, Wagenaar I, Jacobson J, Nagelkerke NJ, Richardus JH. Concerted Efforts to Control or Eliminate Neglected Tropical Diseases: How Much Health Will Be Gained? PLoS Negl Trop Dis. 2016 Feb; 10(2):e0004386. PMID: 26890362.
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      6. Kulik MC, Glantz SA. The smoking population in the USA and EU is softening not hardening. Tob Control. 2016 Jul; 25(4):470-5. PMID: 26108654.
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      7. Hoffmann R, Eikemo TA, Kulhánová I, Kulik MC, Looman C, Menvielle G, Deboosere P, Martikainen P, Regidor E, Mackenbach JP. Obesity and the potential reduction of social inequalities in mortality: evidence from 21 European populations. Eur J Public Health. 2015 Oct; 25(5):849-56. PMID: 26009611.
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      8. Vandenheede H, Deboosere P, Espelt A, Bopp M, Borrell C, Costa G, Eikemo TA, Gnavi R, Hoffmann R, Kulhanova I, Kulik M, Leinsalu M, Martikainen P, Menvielle G, Rodriguez-Sanz M, Rychtarikova J, Mackenbach JP. Educational inequalities in diabetes mortality across Europe in the 2000s: the interaction with gender. Int J Public Health. 2015 May; 60(4):401-10. PMID: 25746676; PMCID: PMC4555194.
      9. Eikemo TA, Hoffmann R, Kulik MC, Kulhánová I, Toch-Marquardt M, Menvielle G, Looman C, Jasilionis D, Martikainen P, Lundberg O, Mackenbach JP. How can inequalities in mortality be reduced? A quantitative analysis of 6 risk factors in 21 European populations. PLoS One. 2014; 9(11):e110952. PMID: 25369287; PMCID: PMC4219687.
      10. Toch-Marquardt M, Menvielle G, Eikemo TA, Kulhánová I, Kulik MC, Bopp M, Esnaola S, Jasilionis D, Mäki N, Martikainen P, Regidor E, Lundberg O, Mackenbach JP. Occupational class inequalities in all-cause and cause-specific mortality among middle-aged men in 14 European populations during the early 2000s. PLoS One. 2014; 9(9):e108072. PMID: 25268702; PMCID: PMC4182439.
      11. Mackenbach JP, Kulhánová I, Bopp M, Deboosere P, Eikemo TA, Hoffmann R, Kulik MC, Leinsalu M, Martikainen P, Menvielle G, Regidor E, Wojtyniak B, Östergren O, Lundberg O. Variations in the relation between education and cause-specific mortality in 19 European populations: a test of the "fundamental causes" theory of social inequalities in health. Soc Sci Med. 2015 Feb; 127:51-62. PMID: 24932917.
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      12. Kulik MC, Eikemo TA, Regidor E, Menvielle G, Mackenbach JP. Does the pattern of educational inequalities in smoking in Western Europe depend on the choice of survey? Int J Public Health. 2014 Aug; 59(4):587-97. PMID: 24840305.
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      13. Kulik MC, Hoffmann R, Judge K, Looman C, Menvielle G, Kulhánová I, Toch M, Ostergren O, Martikainen P, Borrell C, Rodríguez-Sanz M, Bopp M, Leinsalu M, Jasilionis D, Eikemo TA, Mackenbach JP. Smoking and the potential for reduction of inequalities in mortality in Europe. Eur J Epidemiol. 2013 Dec; 28(12):959-71. PMID: 24242935.
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      14. Kulik MC, Menvielle G, Eikemo TA, Bopp M, Jasilionis D, Kulhánová I, Leinsalu M, Martikainen P, Östergren O, Mackenbach JP. Educational inequalities in three smoking-related causes of death in 18 European populations. Nicotine Tob Res. 2014 May; 16(5):507-18. PMID: 24212763.
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      15. Lhachimi SK, Nusselder WJ, Lobstein TJ, Smit HA, Baili P, Bennett K, Kulik MC, Jackson-Leach R, Boshuizen HC, Mackenbach JP. Modelling obesity outcomes: reducing obesity risk in adulthood may have greater impact than reducing obesity prevalence in childhood. Obes Rev. 2013 Jul; 14(7):523-31. PMID: 23601528.
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      16. Lhachimi SK, Cole KJ, Nusselder WJ, Smit HA, Baili P, Bennett K, Pomerleau J, McKee M, Charlesworth K, Kulik MC, Mackenbach JP, Boshuizen H. Health impacts of increasing alcohol prices in the European Union: a dynamic projection. Prev Med. 2012 Sep; 55(3):237-43. PMID: 22713346.
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      17. Lhachimi SK, Nusselder WJ, Smit HA, van Baal P, Baili P, Bennett K, Fernández E, Kulik MC, Lobstein T, Pomerleau J, Mackenbach JP, Boshuizen HC. DYNAMO-HIA--a Dynamic Modeling tool for generic Health Impact Assessments. PLoS One. 2012; 7(5):e33317. PMID: 22590491; PMCID: PMC3349723.
      18. Kulik MC, Nusselder WJ, Boshuizen HC, Lhachimi SK, Fernández E, Baili P, Bennett K, Mackenbach JP, Smit HA. Comparison of tobacco control scenarios: quantifying estimates of long-term health impact using the DYNAMO-HIA modeling tool. PLoS One. 2012; 7(2):e32363. PMID: 22384230; PMCID: PMC3285691.
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