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Person Details: Katherine E. von Stackelberg

Superfund Research Program

Katherine E. von Stackelberg

Harvard School of Public Health
Landmark Center West, Room 404C
401 Park Dr.
Boston, Massachusetts 2215
Phone: 617-998-1037
Email: kvon@hsph.harvard.edu

Projects

Hazardous Waste Sites

Tar Creek (Ottawa County)

  • Harvard School of Public Health: Research Translation Core

Publications

2017

2015

  • von Stackelberg KE, Guzy E, Chu T, Claus Henn B. 2015. Exposure to mixtures of metals and neurodevelopmental outcomes: a multidisciplinary review using an adverse outcome pathway framework. Risk Anal 35(6):971-1016. doi:10.1111/risa.12425 PMID:26096925 PMCID:PMC5108657

2011

  • Gustavson K, von Stackelberg KE, Linkov I, Bridges T. 2011. Bioaccumulation Models: State of the Application at Large Superfund Sites. D0ER-R17: (non-peer reviewed)
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