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Project Publications: Harvard School of Public Health: Training Core

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Superfund Research Program

Training Core

Project Leader: Karl T. Kelsey
Grant Number: P42ES005947
Funding Period: 1995 - 2006

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Publications

2005

  • Ford T, Jay J, Patel A, Kile ML, Prommasith P, Galloway TS, Sanger RC, Smith KL, Depledge MH. 2005. Use of ecotoxicological tools to evaluate the health of New Bedford Harbor sediments: A microbial biomarker approach. Environ Health Perspect 113(2):186191. PMID:15687056

2004

  • Egorov A, Frost F, Muller T, Naumova E, Tereschenko A, Ford T. 2004. Serological evidence of Cryptosporidium infections in a Russian city and evaluation of risk factors for infections. Ann Epidemiol 14(2):129-136. PMID:15018886
  • Kelsey KT, Hirao T, Schned AR, Hirao S, Devi-Ashok T, Nelson HH, Andrew AS, Karagas MR. 2004. A population-based study of immunohistochemical detection of p53 alteration in bladder cancer. Br J Cancer 90(8):1572-1576. PMID:15083187
  • Vinturella AE, Burgess RM, Coull BA, Thompson KM, Shine JP. 2004. Importance of black carbon in distribution and bioaccumulation models of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in contaminated marine sediments. Environ Toxicol Chem 23(11):2578-2586. doi:10.1897/03-358 PMID:15559271
  • Vinturella AE, Burgess RM, Coull BA, Thompson KM, Shine JP. 2004. Use of passive samplers to mimic uptake of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons by benthic polychaetes. Environ Sci Technol 38(4):1154-1160. doi:10.1021/es034706f PMID:14998031
  • Wright RO, Silverman EK, Schwartz J, Tsaih ST, Senter J, Sparrow D, Weiss ST, Aro A, Hu H. 2004. Association between hemochromatosis genotype and lead exposure among elderly men: the normative aging study. Environ Health Perspect 112(6):746-750. PMID:15121519
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