Member, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
EducationMD Medicine, Stanford University, 1967
DrPH Epidemiology, Harvard University, 1971
Dr. Weiss was Chairman of the Dept.of Epidemiology, School of Public Health and Community Medicine from 1984-1993.
Dr. Weiss' research is primarily in the area of cancer epidemiology. Part of his time is devoted to the study of epidemiologic methods and of the application of these methods to the understanding of the determinants of the outcome of illness.
Dr. Weiss currently co-teaches the introductory series EPI 512 "Epidemiologic Methods I" in Autumn Quarter and EPI 513 "Epidemiologic Methods II" in Winter Quarter. He also co-instructs EPI 584 "Doctoral Dissertation Seminar" during Autumn and Winter Quarters.
He teaches EPI 582 "Design and Analytic Strategies to Enhance the Validity of Epidemiologic Studies" offered in Winter Quarter, and EPI 542 "Clinical Epidemiology" offered in Summer Quarter. He is also the instructor for the Departmental Journal Club (EPI 591).
In The News
Epi professor wins national award for lifelong excellence in teaching epidemiology
UW School of Public Health News, 09/06/2017
Noel Weiss Gives Cassel Lecture at National Gathering of Epidemiologists
UW School of Public Health News, 06/23/2017
Depression May Increase Diabetes' Patients Risk of Kidney Failure
Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology, 03/01/2014