Human and Ecological Risk Assessment including: Bioavailability, Cumulative Risk,
Citizen Science, Community Values, Non-Chemical Stressors, & Tribal Health Risk
Ecology and epidemiology of vector-borne diseases
Food safety, pests and their management, wildlife issues. University-wide health and safety issues.
Biochemical toxicology. Aflatoxin carcinogenesis. Glutathione-mediated biotransformation of toxic chemicals. Genetic susceptibility to environmental carcinogens. 'Gene-environment' interactions.
KEYWORDS: Bioactivation/Carcinogenesis, bioinformatics, Drug metabolism, Ethics, Legal, and Social Issues (ELSI), Food additives & contaminants; Genetic susceptibility to toxins; In vitro toxicology; Toxicogenomics
Health risks of and responses to global change particularly climate change.
Public health emergency preparedness. Health impacts of disaster. Community resilience. Public health policy. Healthcare emergency preparedness. Public health practice.
Developmental toxicology. Risk assessment methodologies. Molecular mechanisms of metals and pesticides.
Biological monitoring. Birth defects. Children's health. Drug metabolism. Food additives & contaminants. In vitro toxicology. Nanotechnology. Pediatric environmental health. Pesticides and children. Reproductive toxicology. Risk communication. Risk management. Toxicogenomics.
Agricultural safety and health. Children's health and health. Cholinesterase monitoring. Climate change. Exposure assessment. Fluorescent tracer. Industrial hygiene. Lead paint. Occupational exposure. Pediatric environmental health. Pesticides. Pesticides and children. Risk assessment. Risk communication. Risk management. Vector control.
Evaluation of environmental health risks in special populations, such as children, farmworkers and farm producers.
Occupational injury. Neurological epidemiology. Outcomes research.
Occupational and environmental medicine. Occupational disease statistics. Occupational and environmental epidemiology. Occupational exposure. Opiate use. Surveillance of occupational illnesses and injuries. Workers' compensation issues.
Public health aspects of the built environment. Climate change. Energy policy. Nature contact.