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Your Environment. Your Health.

Project Publications: University of New Mexico: Training Core

Superfund Research Program

Training Core

Project Leader: Matthew Campen
Co-Investigators: David Begay, Nancy Maryboy (Indigenous Education Institute)
Grant Number: P42ES025589
Funding Period: 2017-2022

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Publications

2020

  • Johns A, Qian J, Carolan M, Shaikh N, Peroutka A, Seeger A, Cerrato JM, Forbes T, Cwiertny DM. 2020. Functionalized electrospun polmer nanofibers for treatment of water contaminated with uranium. Environ Sci-Wat Res 6:622-634. doi:10.1039/C9EW00834A

2019

  • Bolt AM, Medina S, Lauer FT, Liu K, Burchiel SW. 2019. Minimal uranium immunotoxicity following a 60-day drinking water exposure to uranyl acetate in male and female C57BL/6J mice. Toxicol Appl Pharmacol 372:33-39. doi:10.1016/j.taap.2019.04.003 PMID:30978399
  • DeVore C, Rodriguez-Freire L, Mehdi-Ali A, Ducheneaux C, Artyushkova K, Zhou Z, Latta DE, Lueth VW, Gonzales M, Lewis JL, Cerrato JM. 2019. Effect of bicarbonate and phosphate on arsenic release from mining-impacted sediments in the Cheyenne River watershed, South Dakota, USA. Environ Sci Process Impacts 21(3):456-468. doi:10.1039/c8em00461g PMID:30714588 PMCID:PMC6474758
  • Hayek EE, Brearley AJ, Howard T, Hudson P, Torres C, Spilde MN, Cabaniss S, Ali AS, Cerrato JM. 2019. Calcium in carbonate water facilitates the transport of U(VI) in brassica juncea roots and enables root-to-shoot translocation. ACS Earth Space Chem 3(10):2190-2196. doi:10.1021/acsearthspacechem.9b00171 PMID:31742240 PMCID:PMC6859903
  • Nozadi S, Li L, Clifford J, Du R, Murphy K, Chen L, Anderson Q, Atene L, Barton L, Begay D, Begay D, Begay F, Begay M, Begay N, Begay P, Bennally D, Brown B, Cajero M, Chavez C, Chee B, Clawson B, Crank L, Erdei E, Francisco M, Harold V, Hoover JH, Kear L, Laselute C, Lee J, Lasiloo L, Mitchell P, Muskett O, Nez T, Phillips C, Ramone S, Reese D, Rondon A, Roman C, Rogers J, Swindal C, Sam D, Samuel M, Sanders A, Shuey C, Smith B, Tapaha M, Thompson R, Tsinnijinnie D, Tsosie M, Tsosie R, Tsosie S, Villavicecio J, Welch M, Watson J, Yazzie B, Seanez P, Burnette C, MacKenzie D, Lewis JL. 2019. Use of Ages and Stages Questionnaires (ASQ) in a Navajo population: comparison with the US normative dataset. Child Care Health Dev 45:5:709-718. doi:10.1111/cch.12704 PMID:31276599 PMCID:PMC6894904
  • O'Donald ER, Miller C, O'Leary R, Ong J, Pacheco B, Foos K, Enright K, O'Leary M, Henderson PN, Lewis JL, Erdei E, Henderson JA. 2019. Active smoking, secondhand smoke exposure and serum cotinine levels among Cheyenne River Sioux communities in context of a tribal public health policy. Tob Control doi:10.1136/tobaccocontrol-2019-055056 PMID:31462578
  • Velasco CA, Artyushkova K, Ali AS, Osburn CL, Gonzalez-Estrella J, Lezama Pacheco J, Cabaniss S, Cerrato JM. 2019. Organic functional group chemistry in mineralized deposits containing U(IV) and U(VI) from the Jackpile Mine in New Mexico. Environ Sci Technol 53(10):5758-5767. doi:10.1021/acs.est.9b00407 PMID:30998849 PMCID:PMC6557721

2018

  • Zychowski KE, Kodali V, Harmon M, Tyler CR, Sanchez B, Suarez YO, Herbert G, Wheeler A, Avasarala S, Cerrato JM, Kunda NK, Muttil P, Shuey CL, Brearley AJ, Ali AS, Lin Y, Shoeb M, Erdely A, Campen M. 2018. Respirable Uranyl-Vanadate-Containing Particulate Matter Derived From a Legacy Uranium Mine Site Exhibits Potentiated Cardiopulmonary Toxicity. Toxicol Sci 164:101-114. doi:10.1093/toxsci/kfy064 PMID:29660078 PMCID:PMC6016706
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