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Caroline R. Richardson
Research Fellow, RWJ Clinical Scholars Program
University of Michigan

Caroline Richardson received her MD from Harvard Medical School in 1994 and completed a Family Medicine residency program at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in 1998. She is currently a practicing Family Physician and a research fellow in the Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program at the University of Michigan. The primary focus of her research is the epidemiology and health effects of physical activity. Upon completion of her fellowship, on June 30th, 2001 she will have an appointment as a lecturer in the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Michigan with a joint appointment as an investigator in the VA Health Services Research and Development unit.

Associated Research Projects
UM02-12:  Implications of High Risk Health Behaviors on Work-Force Participation: Disability, Retirement, and Lost Productivity
UM01-11:  Implications of Chronic Health Conditions on Work-Force Participation: Disability, Retirement, Caregiving, and Lost Productivity