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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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Note: The following publications have been in print for less than one month.

Air pollution and inflammation: Findings from concurrent repeated measures of systemic and reproductive tract cytokines during term pregnancy in Mexico City. Science of The Total Environment. O’Neill MS, et al.

Assessing the magnitude and uncertainties of the burden of selected diseases attributable to extreme heat and extreme precipitation under a climate change scenario in Michigan for the period 2041-2070. Environmental Health. O’Neill MS, et al.

Association between maternal diet quality and gestational weight gain trajectories over pregnancy: Results from the PRINCESA cohort. Nutrition. O’Neill MS, et al.

Meta-analysis of epigenome-wide association studies in neonates reveals widespread differential DNA methylation associated with birthweight. Nature Communications. Bakulski KM, et al.

Selection of nonlinear interactions by a forward stepwise algorithm: Application to identifying environmental chemical mixtures affecting health outcomes. Statistics in Medicine. Mukherjee B, Meeker JD, et al.

Systematic evaluation and validation of reference and library selection methods for deconvolution of cord blood DNA methylation data. bioRxiv. Bakulski KM, et al.

Temporal Changes in Head and Neck Cancer Incidence in Thailand Suggest Changing Oropharyngeal Epidemiology in the Region. Journal of Global Oncology. Rozek LS, et al.

Upper extremity muscular load during carpet vacuuming with household upright cleaners. Applied Ergonomics. Bak H, D’Souza C, Shin G.