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Note: The names of current faculty members are listed in bold. The links above include the 2013-present COHSE faculty and trainee publications on topics related to occupational health and safety.


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Age at onset of metabolic syndrome among women with and without polycystic ovary syndrome-like status. The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism. Harlow SD, et al.

Associations between fine particulate matter and changes in lipids/lipoproteins among midlife women. Science of The Total Environment. Park SK, et al.

Associations between maternal plasma measurements of inflammatory markers and urinary levels of phenols and parabens during pregnancy: A repeated measures study. Science of The Total Environment. Bakulski KM, Mukherjee B, Meeker JD, et al.

Associations of cumulative exposure to heavy metal mixtures with obesity and its comorbidities among U.S. adults in NHANES 2003-2014. Environment International. Wang X, Mukherjee B, Park SK.

Creating Emancipatory Dialogues About Identity and Health by Modernizing Interviews. Advances in Nursing Science. Rosemberg M-AS, et al.

Dietary Patterns, Bone Lead and Incident Coronary Heart Disease among Middle-aged to Elderly Men. Environmental Research. Park SK, et al.

Differences in prostate tumor characteristics and survival among religious groups in Songkhla, Thailand. BMC Cancer. Rozek LS, et al.

Distributed lag interaction models with two pollutants. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series C (Applied Statistics). Yin-Hsiu C, Bhramar M, J. BV.

Effect of intra-urban temperature variation on tree flowering phenology, airborne pollen, and measurement error in epidemiological studies of allergenic pollen. Science of The Total Environment. Batterman SA, et al.

Effects of non-driving-related-task modality and road geometry on eye movements, lane-keeping performance, and workload while driving. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. Jeong H, Liu Y.

Elevated concentrations of urinary triclocarban, phenol and paraben among pregnant women in Northern Puerto Rico: Predictors and trends. Environment International. Meeker JD, et al.

Empirical Bayes Estimation and Prediction Using Summary-Level Information From External Big Data Sources Adjusting for Violations of Transportability.. Statistics in Biosciences. Estes JP, Mukherjee B, Taylor JMG.

Environmental Exposure History and Vulvodynia Risk: A Population-Based Study. Journal of Women’s Health.Park SK, Harlow SD, et al.

Healthy Lifestyle During the Midlife Is Prospectively Associated With Less Subclinical Carotid Atherosclerosis: The Study of Women’s Health Across the Nation. Journal of the American Heart Association. Harlow SD, et al.

Histologic pattern of invasion and epithelial-mesenchymal phenotype predict prognosis in squamous carcinoma of the head and neck. Oral Oncology. Rozek L, et al.

Impact of community respiratory viral infections in urban children with asthma. Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology. Mukherjee B, Robins TG, Batterman SA, et al.

Influence of viral infection on the relationships between airway cytokines and lung function in asthmatic children. Respiratory Research. Mukherjee B, Robins TG, Batterman SA, et al.

Maternal levels of endocrine disrupting chemicals in the first trimester of pregnancy are associated with infant cord blood DNA methylation . Epigenetics. Meeker JD, et al.

Menstrual Cycle Changes as Women Approach the Final Menses: What Matters?. Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinics of North America. Harlow SD.

Model-Based and Model-Free Techniques for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Diagnostic Prediction and Patient Clustering. Neuroinformatics. Mukherjee B, et al.

Patterns and trends in OSHA occupational noise exposure measurements from 1979 to 2013. Occupational and Environmental Medicine. Neitzel RL, et al.

Phthalate Exposure During Pregnancy and Long-Term Weight Gain in Women. Environmental Research. Meeker JD, et al.

Pneumatic rock drill vs. electric rotary hammer drill: Productivity, vibration, dust, and noise when drilling into concrete. Applied Ergonomics. Neitzel RL, et al.

Preterm birth in relation to the bisphenol A replacement, bisphenol S, and other phenols and parabens. Environmental Research. Meeker JD, et al.

Sample size calculations for a functional human motion analysis: Application to vehicle ingress discomfort prediction. International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics. Masoud HI, Reed MP, Jin J.

Statistical prediction of load carriage mode and magnitude from inertial sensor derived gait kinematics. Applied Ergonomics. Lim S, D’Souza C.

The associations between prenatal exposure to triclocarban, phenols and parabens with gestational age and birth weight in northern Puerto Rico. Environmental Research. Mukherjee B, Meeker JD, et al.

Urinary trace metals individually and in mixtures in association with preterm birth. Environment International. Meeker JD, et al.

Vitamin D intake and survival and recurrence in head and neck cancer patients. Laryngoscope. Rozek LS, et al.