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Superfund Research Program

Damian Shea

North Carolina State University
Department of Biology
127A David Clark Labs, Box 7617
Raleigh, North Carolina 27695-7617
Phone: 919-513-3065
Fax: 919-515-5327
Email: d_shea@ncsu.edu

Projects

Patents

Hazardous Waste Sites

Alcoa Badin Works

  • University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill: Measuring Chronic Exposure to and Bioavailability of Organic Chemicals and their Metabolites with a Novel Universal Passive Sampling Device

Atlantic Wood Site, Elizabeth River

  • University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill: Measuring Chronic Exposure to and Bioavailability of Organic Chemicals and their Metabolites with a Novel Universal Passive Sampling Device

Camp Lejeune Military Reservation

  • University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill: Measuring Chronic Exposure to and Bioavailability of Organic Chemicals and their Metabolites with a Novel Universal Passive Sampling Device

Cherry Point Marine Corps Air Station

  • University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill: Measuring Chronic Exposure to and Bioavailability of Organic Chemicals and their Metabolites with a Novel Universal Passive Sampling Device

Holcomb Creosote Co.

  • University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill: Measuring Chronic Exposure to and Bioavailability of Organic Chemicals and their Metabolites with a Novel Universal Passive Sampling Device

Horton Iron and Metal

  • University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill: Measuring Chronic Exposure to and Bioavailability of Organic Chemicals and their Metabolites with a Novel Universal Passive Sampling Device

Kerr-McGee Chemical Corp

  • University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill: Measuring Chronic Exposure to and Bioavailability of Organic Chemicals and their Metabolites with a Novel Universal Passive Sampling Device

Ward Transformer

  • University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill: Measuring Chronic Exposure to and Bioavailability of Organic Chemicals and their Metabolites with a Novel Universal Passive Sampling Device

Publications

2022

  • Bozinovic G, Feng Z, Shea D, Oleksiak MF. 2022. Cardiac physiology and metabolic gene expression during late organogenesis among F. heteroclitus embryo families from crosses between pollution-sensitive and -resistant parents. BMC Ecol Evol 22(3):doi:10.1186/s12862-022-01959-1 PMID:34996355 PMCID:PMC8739662

2021

  • Bozinovic G, Shea D, Feng Z, Hinton DE, Sit TL, Oleksiak MF. 2021. PAH-pollution effects on sensitive and resistant embryos: Integrating structure and function with gene expression. PLoS One 16(4):e0249432. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0249432 PMID:33822796 PMCID:PMC8023486
  • Pietari JM, O'Reilly K, Shea D, Kamath R. 2021. Incorporating oil/water partitioning in risk calculations for PAHs in petroleum impacted soils and sediments. Soil Sediment Contam doi:10.1080/15320383.2021.1913573

2018

  • Adebambo OA, Shea D, Fry RC. 2018. Cadmium disrupts signaling of the hypoxia-inducible (HIF) and transforming growth factor (TGF-beta) pathways in placental JEG-3 trophoblast cells via reactive oxygen species. Toxicol Appl Pharmacol 342:108-115. doi:10.1016/j.taap.2018.01.010 PMID:29408318
  • Archambault JM, Prochazka ST, Cope W, Shea D, Lazaro P. 2018. Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in surface waters, sediments, and unionid mussels: relation to road crossings and implications for chronic mussel exposure. Hydrobiologia 810:465-476. doi:10.1007/s10750-017-3101-y
  • Buttermore EN, Cope W, Kwak TJ, Cooney P, Shea D, Lazaro P. 2018. Contaminants in tropical island streams and their biota. Environ Res 161:615-623. doi:10.1016/j.envres.2017.11.053 PMID:29257981
  • McEachran AD, Hedgespeth ML, Newton SR, McMahen R, Strynar M, Shea D, Nichols EG. 2018. Comparison of emerging contaminants in receiving waters downstream of a conventional wastewater treatment plant and a forest-water reuse system. Environ Sci Pollut Res Int doi:10.1007/s11356-018-1505-5 PMID:29460251

2017

2016

  • Adrion AC, Nakamura J, Shea D, Aitken MD. 2016. Screening nonionic surfactants for enhanced biodegradation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons remaining in soil after conventional biological treatment. Environ Sci Technol 50(7):3838-3845. doi:10.1021/acs.est.5b05243 PMID:26919662 PMCID:PMC4973855
  • Adrion AC, Singleton D, Nakamura J, Shea D, Aitken MD. 2016. Improving polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon biodegradation in contaminated soil through low-level surfactant addition after conventional bioremediation. Environ Eng Sci 33(9):659-670. doi:10.1089/ees.2016.0128 PMID:27678476 PMCID:PMC5031096
  • McEachran AD, Shea D, Bodnar WM, Nichols EG. 2016. Pharmaceutical occurrence in groundwater and surface waters in forests land-applied with municipal wastewater. Environ Toxicol Chem 35(4):898-905. doi:10.1002/etc.3216 PMID:26297815 PMCID:PMC4976290

2015

2014

  • Hu J, Adrion AC, Nakamura J, Shea D, Aitken MD. 2014. Bioavailability of (geno)toxic contaminants in polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon-contaminated soil before and after biological treatment. Environ Eng Sci 31(4):176-182. doi:10.1089/ees.2013.0409 PMID:24803838 PMCID:PMC3993035

1997

  • White RD, Shea D, Stegeman JJ. 1997. Metabolism of the aromatic hydrocarbon receptor agonist 3,3',4,4'-tetrachlorobiphenyl by the marine fish scup (Stenotomus chrysops) in vivo and in vitro. Drug Metab Dispos 25(5):564-572. PMID:9152595
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