National Cancer Institute
Carolyn Reyes-Guzman

Carolyn Reyes-Guzman

Program Director and Epidemiologist
Tobacco Control Research Branch (TCRB)
Behavioral Research Program (BRP)
carolyn.reyes-guzman@nih.gov
240-276-7244

Carolyn Reyes-Guzman, Ph.D., M.P.H., is a Program Director and Epidemiologist in the Behavioral Research Program's Tobacco Control Research Branch.

Prior to joining the National Cancer Institute, Dr. Reyes-Guzman was an Epidemiologist at the FDA Center for Tobacco Products (CTP), Division of Population Health Sciences. At CTP, Dr. Reyes-Guzman conducted research, review, and evaluation in support of the regulation of tobacco products and was actively involved in the Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health (PATH) Study, where she maintains ongoing collaborations.

Before her work with CTP, Dr. Reyes-Guzman was a Cancer Research Training Award Fellow in the National Cancer Institute's Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics. Under the mentorship of Neil Caporaso, M.D., her research focused on low-dose/some-day cigarette smoking. She also has several years of experience working within the private/non-profit sector in tobacco control research, including areas of co-substance use, health behaviors, and mental health disorders.

Dr. Reyes-Guzman is interested in studying the epidemiology of low-dose and infrequent cigarette smokers, along with their use of other tobacco products and substances. In addition to tobacco control research, Dr. Reyes-Guzman has collaborated on studies of other health behaviors such as overweight/obesity, biomarkers of tobacco exposure, and observational studies of lung cancer and lung cancer screening.

Dr. Reyes-Guzman earned a Ph.D. and a Master in Public Health from George Washington University Milken Institute of Public Health and a Bachelor of Arts from Santa Clara University in California.

Current and past BRP mentors include Wen-Ying Chou.


Selected Publications and Presentations

Inoue-Choi M, Liao LM, Reyes-Guzman C, Hartge P, Caporaso N, Freedman ND. Association of long-term low-intensity smoking with all-cause and cause-specific mortality in the NIH-AARP Diet and Health Study. JAMA Intern Med. 2017; 177(1):87-95.

Reyes-Guzman CM, Pfeiffer RM, Lubin J, Freedman ND, Cleary SD, Levine PH, Caporaso, NE. Determinants of Light and Intermittent Smoking in the U.S.: Results from Three Pooled National Health Surveys. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev 2016; 26(2):228-39.

Reyes-Guzman CM, Bray RM, Forman-Hoffman VL, Williams J. Overweight and Obesity Trends Among Active Duty Military Personnel - A 13-Year Perspective. Am J Prev Med 2014 Nov 6.

Gu F, Wacholder S, Kovalchik S, Panagiotou OA, Reyes-Guzman C, Freedman ND, DeMatteis S, Consonni D, Bertazzi PA, Bergen AW, Landi MT, Caporaso N. Time to smoke first morning cigarette and lung cancer in a case-control study. J Natl Cancer Inst 2014; 106(6).

Reyes-Guzman CM, Williams J., Bray RM, Hourani LH. Substance Use and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in Active Duty and Reserve Component Military Personnel. J Trauma Stress Disor Treat 2014; 3:3.

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