Dr Kaye Middleton-Fillmore



Adjunct Professor

Kaye Middleton Fillmore, PhD

1941 – 2013


‘Dr. Fillmore is Adjunct Professor in the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Educated in sociology at Rutgers University and University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Dr. Fillmore was Principal Investigator for the Collaborative Alcohol-Related Longitudinal Project, the recipient of an NIH NIAAA Research Scientist Award and the winner of the prestigious Jellinek award.

Her research interests include alcohol use across the life course: cross-cultural and cross-temporal findings, alcohol and the work place, alcohol and gender roles, alcohol and social policy, the history of sciences, and the ethical and social implications of scientific findings. Her current work concentrates on the association between alcohol use and coronary heart disease mortality risk.’