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Person Details: Rachel Morello-Frosch

Superfund Research Program

Rachel Morello-Frosch

University of California-Berkeley
School of Public Health and Dept. of Environmental
Science, Policy and Management
Berkeley, California 94720-0000
Email: rmf@berkeley.edu

Projects

Publications

2019

  • Brody JG, Brown P, Morello-Frosch R. 2019. Returning chemical exposure results to individuals and communities. In: Environmental Health Literacy. Springer, pp.135-164.
  • Brody JG, Brown P, Morello-Frosch R. 2019. Returning chemical exposure results to individuals and communities. EHL
  • Casey JA, Goin DE, Rudolph KE, Schwartz BS, Mercer D, Elser H, Eisen EA, Morello-Frosch R. 2019. Unconventional natural gas development and adverse birth outcomes in Pennsylvania: The potential mediating role of antenatal anxiety and depression. Environ Res 177:108598. doi:10.1016/j.envres.2019.108598 PMID:31357155 PMCID:PMC6726131
  • Padula AM, Monk C, Brennan PA, Borders A, Barrett ES, McEvoy CT, Foss S, Desai P, Alshawabkeh AN, Wurth R, Salafia C, Fichorova RN, Varshavsky J, Kress A, Woodruff TJ, Morello-Frosch R. 2019. A review of maternal prenatal exposures to environmental chemicals and psychosocial stressors-implications for research on perinatal outcomes in the ECHO program. J Perinatology 40:10-24. doi:10.1038/s41372-019-0510-y PMID:31616048 PMCID:PMC6957228

2018

  • McHale CM, Osborne G, Morello-Frosch R, Salmon AG, Sandy MS, Solomon G, Zhang L, Smith MT, Zeise L. 2018. Assessing health risks from multiple environmental stressors: moving from G x E to I x E. Mutat Res Rev Mutat Res 775:11-20. doi:10.1016/j.mrrev.2017.11.003 PMID:29555026 PMCID:PMC5863617
  • Wang A, Gerona RR, Schwartz J, Lin T, Sirota M, Morello-Frosch R, Woodruff TJ. 2018. A suspect screening method for characterizing multiple chemical exposures among a demographically diverse population of pregnant women in San Francisco. Environ Health Perspect 126(7):077009. doi:10.1289/EHP2920 PMID:30044231 PMCID:PMC6108847

2017

  • Ohayon JL, Cousins E, Brown P, Morello-Frosch R, Brody JG. 2017. Researcher and institutional review board perspectives on the benefits and challenges of reporting back biomonitoring and environmental exposure results. Environ Res 153:140-149. doi:10.1016/j.envres.2016.12.003 PMID:27960129

2012

2011

  • Morello-Frosch R, Zuk M, Jerrett M, Shamasunder B, Kyle AD. 2011. Understanding the cumulative impacts of inequalities in environmental health: implications for policy. Health Aff (Millwood) 30(5):879-887. doi:10.1377/hlthaff.2011.0153 PMID:21555471
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