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Staff Publications

Superfund Research Program

2013
2012
  • Prasad, Rajendra, Samuel H. Wilson, Michelle Heacock, and Vladimir Poltoratsky. 2012. Evidence for Abasic Site Sugar Phosphate-Mediated Cytotoxicity in Alkylating Agent Treated Saccharomyces cerevisiae. PLoS ONE.   doi:doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0047945  
2011
  • Ela, Wendell P., David L. Sedlak, Morton A. Barlaz, Heather F. Henry, Derek C G. Muir, Deborah L. Swackhamer, Eric J. Weber, Robert G. Arnold, P. Lee Ferguson, Jennifer A. Field, Edward T. Furlong, John P. Giesy, Rolf Ulrich Halden, Tala Henry, Ronald A. Hites, Keri C. Hornbuckle, Philip H. Howard, Richard G. Luthy, Anita K. Meyer, A. Eduardo Saez, Frederick S. vom Saal, Christopher D. Vulpe, and Mark R. Wiesner. 2011. Toward identifying the next generation of superfund and hazardous waste site contaminants. Environmental Health Perspectives. 119(1):6-10. doi:10.1289/ehp.1002497  
  • Ela, Wendell P., David L. Sedlak, Morton A. Barlaz, Heather F. Henry, Derek C G. Muir, Deborah L. Swackhamer, Eric J. Weber, Robert G. Arnold, P. Lee Ferguson, Jennifer A. Field, Edward T. Furlong, John P. Giesy, Rolf Ulrich Halden, Tala Henry, Ronald A. Hites, Keri C. Hornbuckle, Philip H. Howard, Richard G. Luthy, Anita K. Meyer, A. Eduardo Saez, Frederick S. vom Saal, Christopher D. Vulpe, and Mark R. Wiesner. 2011. Workshop Summary: Toward Identifying the Next Generation of Superfund and Hazardous Waste Site Contaminants. . http://ehp03.niehs.nih.gov/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1289%2Fehp.1002497
2008
2007
  • Beyer, Richard P., Michael R. Lasarev, Lisiane B. Meira, Valerie S. Palmer, Pamela K. Ross, Theodor K. Bammler, Blair U. Bradford, Michael L. Cunningham, Greg Higgins, Patrick Hurban, Robert J. Kayton, Oksana Kosyk, Portia A. Vliet, R. Wolfinger, Courtney G. Woods, Jonathan H. Freedman, Elwood A. Linney, William K. Kaufmann, Terrance J. Kavanagh, Ivan Rusyn, Leona D. Samson, Peter S. Spencer, William A. Suk, and Helmut F. Zarbl. 2007. Multicenter study of acetaminophen hepatotoxicity reveals the importance of biological endpoints in genomic analyses. Toxicological Sciences.   99(1):326-337.
  • Hennig, Bernhard, Adrienne S. Ettinger, R.J. Jandacek, S. Koo, Craig J. McClain, H. Seifried, Allen E. Silverstone, B. Watkins, and William A. Suk. 2007. Using nutrition for intervention and prevention against environmental chemical toxicity and associated diseases. Environmental Health Perspectives. 115(4):493-495.
  • Hennig, Bernhard, Lindell E. Ormsbee, Leonidas G. Bachas, Allen E. Silverstone, John Milner, David O. Carpenter, Claudia L. Thompson, and William A. Suk. 2007. Introductory comments: Nutrition, environmental toxins and implications in prevention and intervention of human diseases. The Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry.   18(3):161-162. doi:10.1016/j.jnutbio.2006.12.004  
  • Pezzoli, Keith, Robert H. Tukey, Hiram Sarabia, Ilya Zaslavsky, Marie Lynn Miranda, William A. Suk, Abel Lin, and Mark H. Ellisman. 2007. The NIEHS Environmental Health Sciences Data Resource Portal: Placing advanced technologies in service to vulnerable communities. Environmental Health Perspectives. 115(4):564-571.
  • Portier, Christopher J., William A. Suk, and D.A. Schwartz. 2007. Filling the translation-policy gap. Environmental Health Perspectives. 115(3):A125-125.
2006
  • Carpenter, David O., Boris Revich, William A. Suk, R. Upshur, S. El-Qaderi, D. Fayzieva, A.H. Gilani, A. Hambartsumyan, K. Herz, M. Isobaev, O. Kasymov, R. Kudyakov, Z. Majitova, E. Mamadov, L. Nemer, P. Stege, B. Yilmaz, and K. Zaineh. 2006. Children's environmental health in Central Asia and the Middle East. International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health.   12(4):362-368.
  • Carpenter, James W., Robert P. Hunter, John H. Olsen, Heather F. Henry, Ramiro ISAZA, and David E. Koch. 2006. Pharmacokinetics of marbofloxacin in blue and gold macaws (Ara ararauna). American Journal of Veterinary Research.   67(6):947-950.
  • Craft, Elena S., Kirby C. Donnelly, I. Neamtiu, Kathleen M. McCarty, Eric A. Bruce, I. Surkova, D. Kim, I. Uhnakova, E. Gyorffy, E. Tesarova, and Beth E. Anderson. 2006. Prioritizing environmental issues around the world: opinions from an international Central and Eastern European environmental health conference. Environmental Health Perspectives. 114(12):1813-7.
  • Mueller, K.E., S.R. Mueller-Spitz, Heather F. Henry, Anne P. Vonderheide, Rajiv S. Soman, Brian K. Kinkle, and Jodi R. Shann. 2006. Fate of pentabrominated diphenyl ethers in soil: Abiotic sorption, plant uptake, and the impact of interspecific plant interactions. Environmental Science & Technology.   40(21):6662-6667.
  • Vonderheide, Anne P., Sandra Mounicou, Juris Meija, Heather F. Henry, Joseph A. Caruso, and Jodi R. Shann. 2006. Investigation of selenium-containing root exudates of Brassica juncea using HPLC-ICP-MS and ESI-qTOF-MS. Analyst.   131(1):33-40.
  • Zaslavsky, Ilya, Keith Pezzoli, D. Valentine, Abel Lin, Hiram Sarabia, Mark H. Ellisman, Robert H. Tukey, A. Hull, Marie Lynn Miranda, and Maureen D. Avakian. 2006. Intgrating GIS and portal Technologies for assessing environmental health impacts of Hurricane Katrina. In: Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology Vol II, August 19-22. American Science Press, Houston, TX. pp.385-390.
2005
  • Balshaw, David M., Martin Philbert, and William A. Suk. 2005. Research strategies for safety evaluation of nanomaterials, Part III: nanoscale technologies for assessing risk and improving public health. Toxicological Sciences.   88(2):298-306.
  • Bammler, Theodor K., Richard P. Beyer, Sanchita Bhattacharya, Gary A. Boorman, Abee Boyles, Blair U. Bradford, Roger E. Bumgarner, Pierre R. Bushel, Kabir Chaturvedi, Dongseok Choi, Michael L. Cunningham, Shibing Deng, Holly K. Dressman, Rickie D. Fannin, Federico M. Farin, Jonathan H. Freedman, Rebecca C. Fry, Angel Harper, Michael C. Humble, Patrick Hurban, Terrance J. Kavanagh, William K. Kaufmann, Kathleen F. Kerr, Li Jing, Jodi A. Lapidus, Michael R. Lasarev, Jianying Li, Yi-Ju Li, Edward K. Lobenhofer, Xinfang Lu, Renae L. Malek, Sean Milton, Srinivasa R. Nagalla, Jean P. O'Malley, Valerie S. Palmer, Patrick Pattee, Richard S. Paules, Charles M. Perou, Ken Phillips, Li-Xuan Qin, Yang Qiu, Sean D. Quigley, Matthew Rodland, Ivan Rusyn, Leona D. Samson, David A. Schwartz, Yan Shi, Jung-Lim Shin, Stella O. Sieber, Susan Slifer, Marcy C. Speer, Peter S. Spencer, Dean I. Sproles, James A. Swenberg, William A. Suk, Robert C. Sullivan, Ru Tian, Raymond W. Tennant, Signe A. Todd, Charles J. Tucker, Bennett Van Houten, Brenda K. Weis, Shirley Xuan, and Helmut F. Zarbl. 2005. Standardizing global gene expression analysis between laboratories and across platforms. Nature Methods. 2(5):351-6.
  • Weis, Brenda K., David M. Balshaw, J.R. Barr, D. Brown, Mark H. Ellisman, Paul J. Lioy, G. Omenn, J.D. Potter, Martyn T. Smith, Lydia Sohn, William A. Suk, S. Sumner, James A. Swenberg, D.R. Walt, S. Watkins, Claudia L. Thompson, and Samuel H. Wilson. 2005. Personalized exposure assessment: promising approaches for human environmental health research. Environmental Health Perspectives. 113(7):840-8.
  • Wilson, Samuel H. and William A. Suk. 2005. Framework For Environmental Exposure Research: The Disease-First Approach. Molecular Interventions.   5(5):262-267.
2004
  • Hennig, Bernhard, Michal Toborek, Leonidas G. Bachas, and William A. Suk. 2004. Emerging issues: nutritional awareness in environmental toxicology. The Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry.   15(4):194-195.
  • Suk, William A. 2004. Global environmental threats to children's health: Research needs and future directions. NeuroToxicology.   25(4):687-687.
  • Suk, William A. and Kenneth Olden. 2004. Multidisciplinary research: strategies for assessing chemical mixtures to reduce risk of exposure and disease. International Journal of Occupational Medicine and Environmental Health. 17(1):103-10.
  • Suk, William A., Maureen D. Avakian, David O. Carpenter, J.D. Groopman, Madeleine Kangsen Scammell, and C.P. Wild. 2004. Human exposure monitoring and evaluation in the arctic: The importance of understanding exposures to the development of public health policy. Environmental Health Perspectives. 112(2):113-120.
2003
  • Klein, W., William A. Suk, and Bernard D. Goldstein. 2003. SGOMSEC 15--Methodologies for assessing exposures to metals: speciation, bioaccessibility, and bioavailability in the environment, food, and feed. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety.   56(1):3-5.
  • Lawler, C., William A. Suk, B.R. Pitt, C.M. Croix, and S.C. Watkins. 2003. Multimodal optical imaging. American Journal of Physiology - Lung Cellular and Molecular Physiology.   285(2):L269-80.
  • Suk, William A., K. Murray, and Maureen D. Avakian. 2003. Environmental hazards to children's health in the moderm world. Mutation Research/Reviews in Mutation Research.   544(2-3):235-242.
  • Suk, William A., K Mathuros Ruchirawat, Kalpana Balakrishnan, Martha Berger, David O. Carpenter, Terri Damstra, Jenny P. de Garbino, David Koh, Philip J. Landrigan, Irma Makalinao, Peter D. Sly, Y. Xu, and B.S. Zheng. 2003. Environmental threats to children's health in Southeast Asia and the Western Pacific. Environmental Health Perspectives. 111(10):1340-1347.
2002
2001
2000
  • Carpenter, David O., F.T. Chew, Terri Damstra, L.H. Lam, Philip J. Landrigan, Irma Makalinao, G.L. Peralta, and William A. Suk. 2000. Environmental threats to the health of children: The Asian perspecitve. Environmental Health Perspectives. 108(10):989-992.
  • Moline, Jacqueline M., Anne L. Golden, N. Bar-Chama, E. Smith, M.E. Rauch, R.E. Chapin, Sally D. Perreault, S.M. Schrader, William A. Suk, and Philip J. Landrigan. 2000. Exposure to hazardous substances and male reproductive health: A research framework. Environmental Health Perspectives. 108(9):803-813.
  • Van Houten, Bennett, Jerry Phelps, Martha Barnes, and William A. Suk. 2000. Evaluating scientific impact. Environmental Health Perspectives. 108(9):A392-A393.
1999
  • Carpenter, David O., M. Cikrt, and William A. Suk. 1999. Hazardous wastes in eastern and central Europe: Technology and health effects. Environmental Health Perspectives. 107(4):249-250.
  • Landrigan, Philip J., William A. Suk, and R.W. Amler. 1999. Chemical wastes, children's health and the Superfund Basic Research Program. Environmental Health Perspectives. 107(6):423-427.
  • Suk, William A. and Beth E. Anderson. 1999. A holistic approach to environmental health research. Environmental Health Perspectives. 107(7):A338-A339.
  • Suk, William A., Beth E. Anderson, Claudia L. Thompson, D.A. Bennett, and D.C. Vandermeer. 1999. Creating multidisciplinary research opportunities. Environmental Health Perspectives. 33(11):241A-244A.
1998
  • Ankley, Gerald T., John P. Giesy, and Ronald J. Kendall. 1998. Weight of evidence. Chapter 16. In: Principles and Processes for Evaluating Endocrine Disruptors in Wildlife. SETAC Press, Pensacola, FL.
  • Carpenter, David O., K. Blaha, A. Buekens, M. Cikrt, Terri Damstra, B. Dellinger, Adel Sarofim, William A. Suk, H. Wyes, and J. Zejda. 1998. Remediation of hazardous wastes in Central and Eastern Europe: Technology and health effects. Central European Journal of Public Health.   6:77-78.
  • Feyk, L.L. and John P. Giesy. 1998. Wildlife sentinels-xenoestrogen modulation of endocrine function in birds. Chapter 6. In: Principles and Processes for Evaluating Endocrine Disruptors in Wildlife. SETAC Press, Pensacola, FL.
  • Fitzgerald, Edward F., Lawrence M. Schell, E.G. Marshall, David O. Carpenter, William A. Suk, and J. Zejda. 1998. Environmental pollution and child health in central and eastern Europe. Environmental Health Perspectives. 106:307-311.
  • Giesy, John P. and Erin M. Snyder. 1998. Environmental endocrine disruption in fish: Weight of the evidence. Chapter 7. In: Principles and Processes for Evaluating Endocrine Disruptors in Wildlife. SETAC Press, Pensacola, FL.
  • Kendall, J.J., Abraham Brouwer, and John P. Giesy. 1998. Wildlife conservation concerns and endocrine disruption in wildlife: A risk-based field and laboratory approach to assess effects. Chapter 1. In: Principles and Processes for Evaluating Endocrine Disruptors in Wildlife. SETAC Press, Pensacola, FL.
  • Kendall, Ronald J., Richard L. Dickerson, William A. Suk, and J.P. Giesy, eds. 1998. Principles and Processes for Evaluating Endocrine Disruptors in Wildlife. SETAC Press, Pensacola, FL.
  • Landrigan, Philip J., J.E. Carlson, C.F. Bearer, J.S. Cranmer, R.D. Bullard, R.A. Etzel, J.D. Groopman, John A. McLachlan, Frederica Perera, J.F. Reigart, L. Robison, Lawrence M. Schell, and William A. Suk. 1998. Children's Health and the Environment: A New Agenda for Prevention Research. Environmental Health Perspectives. 106:787-793.
  • Suk, William A., Beth E. Anderson, and Claudia L. Thompson. 1998. Integrated approaches for studying hazardous substances - Monograph based on papers presented at the symposium on the Superfund Basic Research Program: A Decade of Improving Health through Multi-Disciplinary Research held 23-26 February 1997 in Durham, North Carolina - Introduction. Environmental Health Perspectives. 106(Suppl.4):935-936.
  • Suk, William A. and Gwen W. Collman. 1998. Genes and the environment: Their impact on children's health. Environmental Health Perspectives. 106(Suppl.3):817-820.
1996
  • Carpenter, David O., William A. Suk, K. Blaha, and M. Cikrt. 1996. Hazardous wastes in Eastern and Central Europe. Environmental Health Perspectives. 104(3):244-248.
  • Carter, Dean E., Carlos Pena, Robert G. Varady, and William A. Suk. 1996. Environmental health and hazardous waste issues related to the U.S. Mexico border. Environmental Health Perspectives. 104(6):590-594.
  • Korytynski, E.A., Gary J. Kelloff, William A. Suk, Surendra Sharma, and Eugene L. Elmore. 1996. The development of an anchorage-independence assay using human lung tumor cells to screen potential chemopreventive agents. Anticancer Research.   16(3A):1091-1094.
  • Suk, William A., Gwen W. Collman, and Terri Damstra. 1996. Human biomonitoring: Research goals and needs. Environmental Health Perspectives. 104(Suppl.3):479-483.
1995
  • Suk, William A. 1995. The NIEHS Superfund Basic Research Program - Overview and areas of future-research directions. Environmental Health Perspectives. 103(Suppl.1):3-5.