Dr. Bein's primary research interests include the health effects of air pollution, design and development of aerosol measurement and sampling techniques, and air quality modeling.
Faculty and Professional Researchers
Dr. Bennett works on the fate, transport, and exposure to chemicals in a multimedia environment within the context of environmental exposure and risk assessment.
Dr. Kado specializes in bioassays, chemical analysis of environmental complex mixtures, and analysis of airborne particle and vapor-phase polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons.
Dr. Murata's research focuses on the determination of the maternal genes and gene products involved in sperm-egg interactions during gonad development and fertilization.
Dr. PInkerton's research focuses on the health effects of inhaled environmental air pollutants to alter respiratory, cardiovascular and neurological structure and function.
Dr. Van Winkle's research focuses on the role of sex-differences and xenobiotic metabolism in lung pathology and toxicology.
Dr. Vogel's research focuses on the function of receptors for xenobiotics and inflammatory signaling to understand molecular mechanisms of the development of chronic inflammatory diseases promoted by environmental toxicants.
Dr. Bill Lasley studies women's healthy aging and environmental hazards to human reproductive health.
Dr. Raabe's fields of science include radiation biophysics, radiation carcinogenesis, aerosol science, airborne particulate inhalation deposition, and airborne particle size-selective sampling and evaluation.
Dr. Schenker studies occupational and environmental health, with a special interest in migrant populations.