January 22, 2020

Benjamin C. Amick, PhD

Benjamin Amick
Associate Dean for Research
 

Associate Dean for Research
Professor, Department of Epidemiology

Education

1986 – Ph.D. The Johns Hopkins University, School of Hygiene and Public Health
1978 – B.S. Biochemistry, University of Maryland
1978 – B.A.  Anthropology, University of Maryland

Research Interests

  • Cancer Survivorship and Sustainable Employment
  • Evolution of New Technology for Quality Improvement
  • Labor Markets and Health
  • Life Course Epidemiology

Recent Publications

Bültmann, Ute & Arends, Iris & Veldman, Karin & Mcleod, Christopher & Van Zon, Sander & Amick, Benjamin. (2019). Investigating young adults’ mental health and early working life trajectories from a life course perspective: the role of transitions. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health. 74. jech-2019. 10.1136/jech-2019-213245.

Gerasimaviciute Vaiva, Bultmann Ute, Diamond Pamela M, Tullar Jessica M, Delclos George L, Gimeno Ruiz de Porras David, Amick III Benjamin C. Reciprocal Associations Between Depression,    Anxiety and Work-Related Injury. Injury Prevention 2019-043403

Arends Iris, Almansa Josue, Stansfeld Stephen A, Amick III Benjamin C, van der Klink Jac JL, Bültmann Ute. One-year Trajectories of Mental Health and Work Outcomes Post Return to Work in Patients with Common Mental Disorders. Journal of Affective Disorders, 2019; 257(1): 263-270,

Tullar Jessica M, Walker Timothy, Page Timothy F, Taylor Wendell, Roman Rolando, Amick III Benjamin C. Evaluation of a Worksite-Based Small Group Team Challenge to Increase Physical Activity. American Journal of Health Promotion, 2019; 33(2): 259-266.

Yanar Basak, VanEerd Dwayne, Lambrak Irene, Severin Colette, D’Elia Teresa, Amick III Benjamin C. How Are Leaders Using Benchmarking Information in Occupational Health and Safety Decision-Making? Safety Science, 2019; 116: 245-253. doi:10.1016/j.ssci.2019.03.016.

Arends Iris, Almansa Josue, Stansfeld Stephen A, Amick  III Benjamin C, van der Klink Jacque JL, Bültmann Ute.  One-year Trajectories of Mental Health and Work Outcomes Post Return to Work in Patients with Common Mental Disorders. Journal of Affective Disorders, 2019, 257: 263-270.

Abma Femke, Bjorner Jakob B., Amick III Benjamin C, Bültmann Ute. Two Valid and Reliable Work Role Functioning Questionnaire Short Versions Were Developed: WRFQ 5 and WRFQ 10. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, 2019, 105: 101-111.