Public health aspects of the built environment. Climate change. Energy policy. Nature contact.
Genetic variability of OP susceptibility, biomarkers of OP exposure, development of therapeutics for OP exposures, development of portable surface plasmon resonance (SPR) biosensors for near real time detection of environmental hazards including small molecular weight toxins, protein toxins, viruses, microbes, and spores.
Aquatic toxicology. Drug metabolism. Pesticides. Emerging contaminants. Metals. Olfactory injury. Superfund sites. Toxicogenomics. Zebrafish. Transgenics. Oxidative stress. Mitochondrial injury. PBDEs. Species differences in susceptibility to toxicants. Toxicology and genetic susceptibility to toxicants.
Forestry workforce, safety, health, ergonomics, forest operations, leader National Occupation Research Agenda, Ag, For, Fishing
Analytical Mass Spectrometry
Direct, Real-Time, Chemical Measurements
Construction safety. OSHA/WISHA Training Institute. Occupational health and safety. Hazardous waste site cleanup. UW-OSHA Region X. Train-the-trainer. Workers' compensation claims reduction. Construction safety and health. Health and safety education. Industrial hygiene. OSHA safety and health training. Workplace hazards.
Nanotoxicology. Lead poisoning. Climate change and health. The impacts of conservation programs and policies on indigenous populations. Community-based approaches to addressing environmental health problems.