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Lois A Fingerhut is the chair of the International Collaborative Effort (ICE) on injury statistics and is the special assistant for injury epidemiology in the Office of Analysis, Epidemiology, and Health Promotion at the National Center for health Statistics, CDC, where she has been working since 1977.


She is also a co-chair of the Data Committee of the Injury Control and Emergency Health Services section of the American Public Health Association.

She received a master's degree in demography in 1975 from Georgetown University. Her injury research generally includes analyses of national mortality and morbidity databases.