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Person Details: Jamie C. DeWitt

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Superfund Research Program

Jamie C. DeWitt

Oregon State University
Department of Environmental & Molecular Toxicology
1007 Agriculture & Life Sciences Building
Corvallis, Oregon 97331
Phone: 252-744-2474
Email: jamie.dewitt@oregonstate.edu

Projects

Publications

2023

  • Cuffney M, Wilkie AA, Kotlarz N, Knappe D, Lea CS, Collier D, DeWitt JC, Hoppin JA. 2023. Factors associated with per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) serum concentrations in residents of New Hanover County, North Carolina: The GenX exposure study. Environ Res 237:117020. doi:10.1016/j.envres.2023.117020 PMID:37673120
  • Phelps D, Palekar AI, Conley HE, Ferrero G, Driggers JH, Linder KE, Kullman SW, Reif DM, Sheats MK, DeWitt JC, Yoder J. 2023. Legacy and emerging per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances suppress the neutrophil respiratory burst. J Immunotoxicol 20(1):2176953. doi:10.1080/1547691X.2023.2176953 PMID:36788734 PMCID:PMC10361455
  • Wallis DJ, Kotlarz N, Knappe D, Collier D, Lea CS, Reif DM, McCord JP, Strynar M, DeWitt JC, Hoppin JA. 2023. Estimation of the half-lives of recently detected per- and polyfluorinated alkyl ethers in an exposed community. Environ Sci Technol 57(41):15348-15355. doi:10.1021/acs.est.2c08241 PMID:37801709

2022

2021

  • Cousins IT, DeWitt JC, Gluge J, Goldenman G, Herzke D, Lohmann R, Miller M, Ng CA, Patton S, Scheringer M, Trier X, Wang Z. 2021. Finding essentiality feasible: Common questions and misinterpretations concerning the 'essential-use' concept. Environ Sci Process Impacts 23(8):doi:10.1039/d1em00180a PMID:34190275 (ahead of print)
  • Ng CA, Cousins IT, DeWitt JC, Gluge J, Goldenman G, Herzke D, Lohmann R, Miller M, Patton S, Scheringer M, Trier X, Wang Z. 2021. Addressing urgent questions for PFAS in the 21st century. Environ Sci Technol 55(19):12755-12765. doi:10.1021/acs.est.1c03386 PMID:34519210 PMCID:PMC8590733

2020

  • Cousins IT, DeWitt JC, Gluge J, Goldenman G, Herzke D, Lohmann R, Miller M, Ng CA, Scheringer M, Vierke L, Wang Z. 2020. Strategies for grouping per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) to protect human and environmental health. Environ Sci Process Impacts 22:1444-1460. doi:10.1039/D0EM00147C PMID:32495786
  • Cousins IT, DeWitt JC, Gluge J, Goldenman G, Herzke D, Lohmann R, Ng CA, Scheringer M, Wang Z. 2020. The high persistence of PFAS is sufficient for their management as a chemical class. Environ Sci Process Impacts doi:10.1039/d0em00355g PMID:33230514
  • Gluge J, Scheringer M, Cousins IT, Goldenman G, Herzke D, Lohmann R, DeWitt JC, Ng CA, Trier X, Wang Z. 2020. An overview of the uses of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS). Environ Sci Process Impacts 22:2345-2373. doi:10.1039/d0em00291g PMID:33125022 PMCID:PMC7784712
  • Kwiatkowski C, Andrews DQ, Birnbaum LS, Bruton TA, DeWitt JC, Knappe D, Maffini MV, Miller M, Pelch KE, Reade A, Soehl A, Trier X, Venier M, Wagner CC, Wang Z, Blum A. 2020. Scientific basis for managing PFAS as a chemical class. Environ Sci Technol Lett 7:532-543. doi:10.1021/acs.estlett.0c00255
  • Lohmann R, Cousins IT, DeWitt JC, Gluge J, Goldenman G, Herzke D, Lindstrom AB, Miller M, Ng CA, Patton S, Scheringer M, Trier X, Wang Z. 2020. Are fluoropolymers really of low concern for human and environmental health and separate from other PFAS?. Environ Sci Technol 54(20):12820-12828. doi:10.1021/acs.est.0c03244 PMID:33043667 PMCID:PMC7700770

2019

  • Cousins IT, Goldenman G, Herzke D, Lohmann R, Miller M, Ng CA, Patton S, Scheringer M, Trier X, Vierke L, Wang Z, DeWitt JC. 2019. The concept of essential use for determining when uses of PFASs can be phased out. Environ Sci Process Impacts 21:1803-1815. doi:10.1039/c9em00163h PMID:31204421 PMCID:PMC6992415
  • DeWitt JC, Blossom SJ, Schaider L. 2019. Exposure to per-fluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances leads to immunotoxicity: epidemiological and toxicological evidence. J Expo Sci Environ Epidemiol 29:148-156. doi:10.1038/s41370-018-0097-y PMID:30482935 PMCID:PMC6380927

2016

  • Portier CJ, Armstrong BK, Baguley B, Baur X, Belyaev I, Belle R, Belpoggi F, Biggeri A, Bosland MC, Bruzzi P, Budnik L, Bugge M, Burns K, Calaf GM, Carpenter DO, Carpenter H, Lopez-Carillo L, Clapp R, Cocco P, Consonni D, Comba P, Craft ES, Dalvie M, Davis D, Demers PA, De Roos AJ, DeWitt JC, Forastiere F, Freedman JH, Fritschi L, Gaus C, Gohlke J, Goldberg M, Greiser E, Hansen J, Hardell L, Hauptmann M, Huang W, Huff J, James MO, Jameson C, Kortenkamp A, Kopp-Schneider A, Kromhout H, Larramendy M, Landrigan PJ, Lash LH, Leszczynski D, Lynch CF, Magnani C, Mandrioli D, Martin FL, Merler E, Michelozzi P, Miligi L, Miller A, Mirabelli D, Mirer F, Naidoo S, Perry MJ, Petronio M, Pirastu R, Portier R, Ramos KS, Robertson LW, Rodriguez T, Roosli M, Ross M, Roy D, Rusyn I, Saldiva P, Sass J, Savolainen K, Scheepers P, Sergi C, Silbergeld EK, Smith MT, Stewart BW, Sutton P, Tateo F, Terracini B, Thielmann H, Thomas DB, Vainio H, Vena J, Vineis P, Weiderpass E, Weisenburger DD, Woodruff TJ, Yorifuji T, Yu I, Zambon P, Zeeb H, Zhou SF. 2016. Differences in the carcinogenic evaluation of glyphosate between the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) and the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA). J Epidemiol Community Health 70(8):741-745. doi:10.1136/jech-2015-207005 PMID:26941213 PMCID:PMC4975799
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