Hofmann J, Guardado J, Keifer M, Wesseling C. Mortality among a cohort of banana plantation workers in Costa Rica. Int J Occup Environ Health. 2006 Oct-Dec;12(4):321-8. PMID: 17168219.
Rodriguez T, Younglove L, Lu C, Funez A, Weppner S, Barr DB, Fenske RA. Biological monitoring of pesticide exposures among applicators and their children in Nicaragua. Int J Occup Environ Health. 2006 Oct-Dec;12(4):312-20. PMID: 17168218.
Lu C, Rodriguez T, Funez A, Irish RS, Fenske RA. The assessment of occupational exposure to diazinon in Nicaraguan plantation workers using saliva biomonitoring. Ann N Y Acad Sci. 2006 Sep;1076:355-65. PMID: 17119215.
McCauley LA, Anger WK, Keifer M, Langley R, Robson MG, Rohlman D. Free in PMC Studying health outcomes in farmworker populations exposed to pesticides. Environ Health Perspect. 2006 Jun;114(6):953-60. Review.PMID: 16760000.
Hines CJ, Deddens JA, Lu C, Fenske RA, Striley CA. Mixed-effect models for evaluating multiple measures of atrazine exposure among custom applicators. J Occup Environ Hyg. 2006 May; 3(5): 274-83. PMID: 16595379.
Lu C, Toepel K, Irish R, Fenske RA, Barr DB, Bravo R. Organic diets significantly lower children's dietary exposure to organophosphorus pesticides.Environ Health Perspect. 2006 Feb;114(2):260-3. PMID: 16451864.
Carden A, Yost MG, Fenske RA. Noninvasive method for the assessment of dermal uptake of pesticides using attenuated total reflectance infrared spectroscopy. Appl Spectrosc. 2005 Mar;59(3):293-9. PMID: 15901309.
Mancini F, Van Bruggen AH, Jiggins JL, Ambatipudi AC, Murphy H. Acute pesticide poisoning among female and male cotton growers in India. Int J Occup Environ Health. 005 Jul-Sep;11(3):221-32.
Tsai MY, Elgethun K, Ramaprasad J, Yost MG, Felsot AS, Hebert VR, Fenske RA. The Washington Aerial Spray Drift Study: Modeling Pesticide Spray Drift Deposition from an Aerial Application. Atmospheric Environment, 2005 39:6194-6203.
Wichanee S, Tianponkrang M, Jakiet M and Murphy H. Health hazards of pesticide use: studies by Thai school children. Section VI. Case studies. #17. in Children's Health and the Environment- A Global Perspective. Editor. Pronczuk-Garbino J. WHO Press, Geneva Switzerland. 2005 pg. 332-335. Reprint available by request
Wu CF, Yost MG, Hashmonay RA, and Larson TV. Applying Open-Path FTIR with Computed Tomography to Evaluate Personal Exposures. Part 2: Experimental Studies Ann. 2005 Hyg., 49:73 - 83.
Wu CF, Yost MG, Hashmonay RA, and Larson TV and Guffey SE. Applying Open-Path FTIR with Computed Tomography to Evaluate Personal Exposures. Part 1: Simulation Studies Ann. Hyg., 2005 49:61 - 71.
Miranda J, McConnell R, Wesseling C, Cuadra R, Delgado E, Torres E, Keifer MC, and Lundberg I. Muscular strength and vibration thresholds during two years after acute poisoning with organophosphate insecticides. Occup Environ Med. 2004 January; 61(1): e4. PMCID: PMC1757809.
Ramaprasad J, Tsai MY, Elgethun K, Hebert VR, Felsot A, Yost MG, Fenske RA. The Washington Aerial Spray Drift Study: Assessment of Off-target Organophosphorus Insecticide Atmospheric Movement by Plant Surface Volatilization. Atmospheric Environment, 2004 38(33):5703-5713.
Curl CL, Fenske RA, Elgethun K. Organophosphorus pesticide exposure of urban and suburban pre-school children with organic and conventional diets. Environ Health Perspect. 2003;111:377-382
Fenske RA, Curl CL, Kissel JC. The effect of the 14-day agricultural restricted entry interval on azinphosmethyl exposures in a group of apple thinners in Washington State. Regulatory Toxicol Pharmacol. 2003;38:91-97.
Thompson B, Coronado GD, Grossman JE, Puschel K, Solomon CC, Islas I, Curl CL, Shirai JH, Kissel JC, Fenske RA. Pesticide take-home pathway among children of agricultural workers: study design, methods, and baseline findings. J Occup Environ Med. 2003;44(11):42-53.
Wu CF, Yost MG, Varr J, and Hashmonay RA. Applying Open-Path FTIR with a Bi-beam Strategy to Evaluate Personal Exposure in Indoor Environments: Experimental Results of a Validation Study. Am Ind. Hygiene Assoc. J., 64(2):181-188, 2003.
Beaudet N, Brodkin C, Stover B, Daroowalla F, Flack J, Doherty D. Crab allergen exposures aboard five crab-processing vessels. AIHA Journal. 2002;63:605-609.
Durand K, Muilenberg M, Burge H, Seixas N. Effect on sampling time on the culturability of airborne fungi and bacteria sampled by filtration. Ann Occ Hyg. 2002;46:113-118.
Fenske RA, Kedan G, Lu C, Fisker-Andersen JA, Curl CL. Assessment of organophosphorus pesticide exposures in the diets of preschool children in Washington State. J Exposure Analysis Environ Epidemiol. 2002;12:21-28.
Fenske RA, Birnbaum SG, Methner MM, Lu C, Nigg HN. Fluorescent tracer evaluation of chemical protective clothing during pesticide applications in central Florida citrus groves. J Ag Safety and Health. 2002;8(3):319-331.
Lu C, Knutson DE, Fisker-Anderson J, Fenske RA. Biological monitoring survey of organophosphorus pesticide exposure among pre-school children in the Seattle metropolitan area. Environ Health Perspect. 2001 Mar;109(3):299-303.
Miranda J, McConnell R, Lundberg I, Delgado E, Cuadra R, Keifer M, Wesseling C, Torres E. Cutaneous vibrotactile thresholds after acute intoxications with organophosphate insecticides. I J Occup Environ Health. 2002;8(3):212-219. Reprint Available by Request
Moate TF, Furia M, Curl C, Muniz JF, Jyu J, Fenske RA. Size exclusion chromatographic cleanup for GCMS determination of organophosphorus pesticide residues in household and vehicle dust. J AOAC International. 2002;85:36.
Denovan LA, Lu C, Hines CJ, Fenske RA. Saliva biomonitoring of atrazine exposure among herbicide applicators. International Arch Occup Environ Health. 2000;73(7):457-462.
Doran EM, Yost MG, Fenske RA. Measuring dermal exposure to pesticide residues with attenuated total reflectance fourier transform infrared (ATR-FTIR) spectroscopy. Bull Environ Contam Toxicol. 2000;64(5):666-672.
Kissel JC, Fenske RA. Improved estimation of dermal pesticide dose to agricultural workers upon reentry. Appl Occup Environ Hyg. 2000;15(3):1-7.
Lu C, Fenske RA, Simcox NJ, Kalman D. Pesticide exposure of children in an agricultural community: evidence of household proximity to farmland and take home exposure pathways. Environ Res. 2000;84:290-302.
Simcox NJ, Camp J, Kalman D, Stebbins A, Bellamy, Lee I, Fenske RA. Farmworker exposure to organophosphorus pesticide residues during apple thinning in central Washington State. Am Ind Hyg Assoc J. 1999;60:752-761.
Fenske RA, Schulter C, Lu C, Allen E. Incomplete removal of the pesticide captan from skin by standard handwash exposure assessment procedures. Bull Environ Contam Toxicol. 1998;61:194-201. Reprint Available by Request
Karr C, Keifer M, Miller M. Field-based monitoring of agricultural workers for overexposure to cholinesterase-inhibiting pesticides: evaluation of a trial program. J of Agromedicine. 1998;5(4)35-47.
Lu C, Fenske RA. Air and surface chlorpyrifos residues following residential broadcast and aerosol pesticide applications. Env Science Technol. 1998;32:1386-1390. Online Abstract
Fenske RA. Pesticide exposure assessment of worker and their families. Occupational Medicine State of the Art Reviews. 1997;12(2):221-237. Reprint Available by Request
Loewenherz C, Fenske RA, Simcox NJ, Bellamy G, Kalman D. Biological monitoring of organophosphorus pesticide exposure among children of agricultural workers in central Washington State. Environ Health Persp. 1997;105:1344-1353. PUBMED Abstract
Methner MM, Fenske RA. Pesticide exposure during greenhouse applications, Part III. Variable exposure due to ventilation conditions and spray pressure. Appl Occ Environ Hyg. 1996;11:174-180.
Simcox NJ, Fenske RA, Wolz S, Lee I-C, Kalman D. Pesticides in housedust and soil: exposure pathways for children of agricultural families. Environ Health Persp. 1995;103:1126-1134. EHP Abstract
McConnell R, Keifer M, Rosenstock L. Elevated quantitative vibrotactile threshold among workers previously poisoned with methamidophos and other organophosphate pesticides. Am J Industrial Med. 1994;25(3):325-335. PUBMED Abstract
Methner MM, Fenske RA. Pesticide exposure during greenhouse applications, Part I. Dermal exposure reduction due to directional ventilation and worker training. Appl Environ Occup Hyg. 1994;9:560-566. Reprint Available by Request
Methner MM, Fenske RA. Pesticide exposure during greenhouse applications, Part II. Chemical permeation through protective clothing in contact with treated foliage. Appl Environ Occup Hyg. 1994;9:567-574. n/a