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Study Publications


Major Study Results Published in Peer-Reviewed Scientific Journals:

  1. Goncharov A, Bloom M, Pavuk M, Birman I, Carpenter DO. Blood pressure and hypertension in relation to levels of serum polychlorinated biphenyls in residents of Anniston, Alabama. Journal of Hypertension 28(10): 2053-60, 2010. (for subscribers only; attachment for pdf file)
  2. Goncharov A, Pavuk M, Foushee HR, and Carpenter DO for the Anniston Environmental Health Research Consortium. Blood pressure in relation to concentrations of PCB congeners and chlorinated pesticides. Environmental Health Perspectives 119(3):319-25; 2011.
  3. Silverstone AE, Rosenbaum PF, Weinstock RS, Bartell SM, Foushee HR, Shelton C, Pavuk M. Polychlorinated Biphenyl (PCB) Exposure and Diabetes: Results from the Anniston Community Health Survey. Environmental Health Perspectives 120(5): 727-32; 2012.
  4. Aminov, Z, Haase, R, Carpenter, D, Turner, W, Pavuk, M. Analysis of the effects of exposure to polychlorinated biphenyls and chlorinated pesticides on serum lipid levels in residents of Anniston, Alabama. Environmental Health. 12(1):108; 2013.
  5. Pavuk M, Olson JR, Sjödin A, Wolff P, Turner WE, Shelton C, Dutton ND, Bartell S; for the Anniston Environmental Health Research Consortium. Serum concentrations of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) in participants of the Anniston Community Health Survey. Science of the Total Environment. 473-474:286-297; 2014.

Other Study Results Published as Short Papers from Dioxin Symposia:

  1. Pavuk M, Turner WE, Patterson DG Jr, Lee R, Sjödin A, DiPietro ES, Needham LL, Olson JR, Lane JB, Biasini FJ, Percy AK. Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) in serum of children living in the vicinity of the former PCB production facility in Anniston, Alabama. Organohalogen Compounds 69: O-185, 2007.
  2. Silverstone AE, Weinstock RS, Rosenbaum PF, Foushee RS, Pavuk M for the Anniston Environmental Health Research Consortium. Mono-ortho and di-ortho substituted PCB congeners and type 2 diabetes in the Anniston Community Health Survey. Organohalogen Compounds 71: 1042-1046, 2009.
  3. Goncharov A, Bloom MS, Pavuk M, Carpenter DO for the Anniston Environmental Health Research Consortium. Exposure to PCBs and hypertension in the Anniston Community Health Survey. Organohalogen Compounds 71: 1062-1065, 2009.
  4. Pavuk M, Olson JR, Sjödin A, Bonner M, Dearwent SM, Turner WJ, Needham LL for the Anniston Environmental Health Research Consortium. Assessment of human exposure to PCBs in the Anniston Community Health Survey. Organohalogen Compounds 71: 1066-1069, 2009.
  5. Olson JR, Ha H, Bian L, Rogerson M, Pavuk M. Spatial distribution and determination of PCB contamination in residential soil in Anniston, Alabama. Organohalogen Compounds 72: 1184-1185, 2010.
  6. Rosenbaum P, Silverstone A, Weinstock R, Pavuk M. Metabolic syndrome and pesticide exposure in the Anniston Community Health Survey. Organohalogen Compounds 72: 780-782, 2010.
  7. Pavuk M, Olson J, Ha H, Dearwent H, Bian P, Rogerson P. Soil serum associations in the Anniston Community Health Survey . Organohalogen Compounds 72: 1105-1106, 2010.
  8. Pavuk M, Aminov Z, Bartell SM, Shelton C, Dearwent S, Sjödin A, Carpenter DO for the Anniston Environmental Health Research Consortium. Heart disease, lipid profiles, and ortho-substituted PCB congeners in residents of Anniston, Alabama. Organohalogen Compounds 73: 1487-1490; 2011.
  9. Bartell SM, Foushee HR, Devereaux RS, Wolff PE, Pavuk M for the Anniston Environmental Health Research Consortium. Community perceptions regarding polychlorinated biphenyls contamination, exposure, and health effects in Anniston, Alabama. Organohalogen Compounds 73: 1439-1442; 2011.
 
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