Environmental Risk Assessment Research (2016-present)
  1. M. Alcala-Orozco, P. Balcom, E.M. Sunderland, J. Olivero-Verbel, K. Caballero-Gallardo. 2021. Occurrence of essential and toxic elements in canned fish (sardines and tuna) commercialized in the Latin America market: Public health at stake. Food Additives and Contaminants: Part B. https://doi.org/10.1080/19393210.2021.1926547. [pdf]
  2. R. Stern, P. Koutrakis, M. Martins, B. Lemos, S.E. Dowd, E.M. Sunderland, E. Garshick. 2021. Characterization of hospital airborne SARS-CoV-2. Respiratory Research. 22:73. [pdf]
  3. A.S. Young, E.H. Sparer-Fine, H.M. Pickard, E.M. Sunderland, G.F. Peaslee, J.G. Allen. 2021. Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) and total fluorine in fire station dust. Journal of Exposure Science & Environmental Epidemiology. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41370-021-00288-7. [pdf]
  4. R. Stern, N. Mahmoudi, CO. Buckee, A.T. Schartup, P. Koutrakis, S. Ferguson, J. Wolfson, S. Wofsy, B. Daube, E.M. Sunderland. 2021. The microbiome of size fractionated airborne particles from the Sahara source region. Environmental Science & Technology. 55(3): 1487-1496. [pdf] [SI]
  5. X. Zhang, X. Sun, R. Jiang, E. Zeng, E.M. Sunderland, D.C.G. Muir. 2020. Screening new persistent and bioaccumulative organics in China’s inventory of industrial chemicals. Environmental Science & Technology. 54(12), 7398-7408. [pdf]
  6. E. Sunderland and C.C. Wagner. 2020. "The Global Chemical Experiment." In: Earth 2020: An Insider's Guide to a Rapidly Changing Planet. Ed: P. Tortell. Open Book Publishers. ISBN Digital ebook (epub): 978-1-78374-848-8. [pdf]
  7. D. Bitounis, D. Parviz, X. Cao, C.A. Amadei, C.D. Vecitis, E.M. Sunderland, B.D. Thrall, M. Fang, M.S. Strano, P. Demokritou. 2020. Synthesis and physicochemical transformations of size-sorted graphene oxide during simulated digestion and its toxicological assessment against an in in vitro model of the human intestinal epithelium. Small. 16, 1907640. [pdf]
  8. X.C. Hu, E.M. Sunderland, P. Grandjean. 2020. Mercury. In: Environmental Toxicants – Human Exposures and Their Health Effects, Eds. M. Lippmann, G.D. Leikuaf, 4th Edition. Wiley. 1024 pp. ISBN: 978-1-119-43880-9.
  9. B. Eryasa, P. Grandjean, F. Nielsen, D. Valvi, D. Zmirou-Navier, E. Sunderland, P. Weihe, Y. Oulhote. 2019. Physico-chemical properties and gestational diabetes predict transplacental transfer and partitioning of perfluoroalkyl substances. Environment International. 130: 104874. [pdf]
  10. X.C. Hu, A.K. Tokranov, J. Liddie, X. Zhang, P. Grandjean, J.E. Hart, F. Laden, Q. Sun, L.W.Y. Yeung, E.M. Sunderland. 2019. Tap water contributions to plasma concentrations of poly- and perfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) in a nationwide prospective cohort of U.S. women. Environmental Health Perspectives. https://doi.org/10.1289/EHP4093. [pdf] [SI]
  11. A.K. Tokranov, N. Nishizawa, C.A. Amadei, J.E. Zenobio, H.M. Pickard, J.G. Allen, C.D. Vecitis, E.M. Sunderland. 2019. How do we measure the poly- and perfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) at the surface of consumer products? Environmental Science & Technology Letters. 6(1): 38-43. [pdf]
  12. R.S.D. Calder, S. Bromage, E.M. Sunderland. 2019. Risk tradeoffs associated with traditional food advisories for Labrador Inuit. Environmental Research. 168: 496-506. [pdf]
  13. E.M. Sunderland, X.C. Hu, C. Dassuncao, C.C. Wagner, A.K. Tokranov, J.G. Allen. 2019. A review of the pathways of human exposure to poly- and perfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) and present understanding of health effects. Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology. 29, 131–147. [pdf]
  14. C. Dassuncao, X.C. Hu, F. Nielsen, P. Weihe, P. Grandjean, E.M. Sunderland. 2018. Shifting global exposures to poly- and perfluoroalkyl substances evident in longitudinal birth cohorts from a seafood consuming population. Environmental Science and Technology. 52(6): 3738-3747. [full text]
  15. X.C. Hu, C. Dassuncao, X. Zhang, P. Grandjean, P. Weihe, G.M. Webster, F. Nielsen, E.M. Sunderland. 2018. Can profiles of poly- and perfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) in human serum provide information on major exposure sources? Environmental Health. 17 (1):11. DOI: 10.1186/s12940-018-0355-4. [full text]
  16. E.M. Sunderland, M. Li, K. Bullard. 2018. Decadal changes in edible supply of seafood and methylmercury exposure in the United States. Environmental Health Perspectives. DOI:10.1289/EHP2644. [full text]
  17. K. von Stackelberg, M. Li, E.M. Sunderland. 2017. Results of a national survey of high-frequency fish consumers in the United States. Environmental Research. 158: 126-136. [full text]
  18. R.S.D. Calder, A.T. Schartup, M. Li, A.P. Valberg, P.H. Balcom, E.M. Sunderland. 2016. Future impacts of hydroelectric power expansion on methylmercury exposures of Canadian indigenous communities. Environmental Science and Technology. 50 (23): 13115–13122. [full text] [SI]
  19. X.C. Hu, D. Andrews, A.B. Lindstrom, T.A. Bruton, L.A. Schaider, P. Grandjean, R. Lohmann, C.C. Carignan, A. Blum, S.A. Balan, C. Higgins, E.M. Sunderland. 2016. Detection of poly- and perfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) in U.S. drinking water linked to industrial sites, military fire training areas and wastewater treatment plants. Environmental Science and Technology Letters. 3(10): 344-350. [full text]
  20. E.M. Sunderland, C.T. Driscoll, Jr., J.K. Hamitt, P. Grandjean, J.S. Evans, J.D. Blum, C.Y. Chen, D.C. Evers, D.A. Jaffe, R.P. Mason, S. Goho, W. Jacobs. 2016. Benefits of regulating hazardous air pollutants from coal and oil-fired utilities in the United States. Environmental Science & Technology. 50(5): 2117-2120. [full text]

 

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