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Superfund Research Program

Li Luo

University of New Mexico
MSC10-5550
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87131-0000
Phone: 505-272-1544
Email: LLuo@salud.unm.edu

Projects

Publications

  • Hoover JH, Bolt AM, Burchiel SW, Cerrato JM, Dashner-Titus EJ, Erdei E, Hayek EE, Hudson LG, Gonzalez-Estrella J, Luo L, MacKenzie D, Medina S, Schilz JR, Velasco CA, Zychowski KE, Lewis JL. A transdisciplinary approach for studying uranium mobility, exposure, and human health impacts on tribal lands in the southwest, United States. In: Practical Applications of Medical Geology. Springer,

2023

2021

  • Nozadi S, Li L, Luo L, MacKenzie D, Erdei E, Du R, Roman C, Hoover J, O'Donald ER, Burnette C, Lewis JL. 2021. Prenatal metal exposures and infants' developmental outcomes in a Navajo population. Int J Environ Res Public Health 19(1):425. doi:10.3390/ijerph19010425 PMID:35010683 PMCID:PMC8744969
  • Schilz JR, Dashner-Titus EJ, Luo L, Simmons KA, MacKenzie D, Hudson LG. 2021. Co-exposure of sodium arsenite and uranyl acetate differentially alters gene expression in CD3/CD28 activated CD4+ T-cells. Toxicol Rep 8:1917-1929. doi:10.1016/j.toxrep.2021.11.019

2019

  • Luo L, Hudson LG, Lewis JL, Lee J. 2019. Two-step approach for assessing the health effects of environmental chemical mixtures: application to simulated datasets and real data from the Navajo Birth Cohort Study. Environ Health 18(46):doi:10.1186/s12940-019-0482-6 PMID:31072361 PMCID:PMC6507239
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