Toxicological Profile for Antimony

Title: Toxicological Profile for Antimony

Subject of planned Report: The ATSDR toxicological profile succinctly characterizes the toxicologic and adverse health effects for the substance being described.

Purpose of Planned Report: The purpose of the toxicological profile is to provide a source of toxicological and epidemiological data on hazardous substances most commonly found at hazardous waste sites and in support of public health assessments at these sites.

Type of Dissemination: ISI

Timing of Review (including deferrals): July 2016

Type of Review (panel, individual or alternative procedure): Individual

Opportunities for the Public to Comment (how and when): A draft of this profile will be made available for public comment in 2017

Peer Reviewers Provided with Public Comments before the Review: No

Anticipated Number of Reviewers: 3

Primary Disciplines or Expertise: toxicology, environmental health, chemistry, epidemiology

Reviewers Selected by (agency or designated outside organization): CDC/ATSDR

Public Nominations Requested for Reviewers: No

1. David Dorman
1. Dorman, David
Academic and Professional Credentials DVM, PhD, DABVT, DABT
Current Position Title Professor, Toxicology
Organizational Affiliation(s) School of Veterinary Medicine
North Carolina State University
Areas of Expertise, Discipline, Relevant Experiences Dr. Dorman has served on numerous National Academies committees, including chairing the National Academies’ Committee on Toxicology, the Committee on Endocrine-Related Low Dose Toxicity, the National Academies Committee on Predictive-Toxicology Approaches for Military Assessments of Acute Exposures, and the Committee on Design and Evaluation of Safer Chemical Substitutions – A Framework to Inform Government and Industry Decisions. He previously served as a member of the National Toxicology Program’s Board of Scientific Counselors. He has also served on other advisory boards for the US Navy, NASA, and USDA. He is an elected fellow of the Academy of Toxicological Sciences and he is a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Sciences.
Recommended by Scientific/Professional Society or General Public No
2. Nelson Belzile
2. Belzile, Nelson
Academic and Professional Credentials PhD
Current Position Title Full Professor, Chair
Organizational Affiliation(s) Dept. Chemistry & Biochemistry
Laurentian University, Canada
Areas of Expertise, Discipline, Relevant Experiences Analytical and environmental chemistry with several years of experience in the fields of geochemistry and limnology. He has published more than 90 scientific papers most of them dealing with the determination, speciation and geochemistry of hydride-forming trace elements. His research involves biogeochemical behaviour of toxic trace elements (Se, Hg, Sb, As, Te) in aquatic systems; distribution, speciation and bioavailability; toxic effect of selenium in waterfowl; and reactivity and valorization of mine tailings, mine water treatment and low-cost wastewater treatment.
Recommended by Scientific/Professional Society or General Public No
3. Jeffrey L. Burgess
3. Burgess, Jeffrey L
Academic and Professional Credentials MD, MPH, MS
Current Position Title Professor, Associate Dean for Research
Organizational Affiliation(s) UA Mel & Enid
Zuckerman College of Public Health
Areas of Expertise, Discipline, Relevant
Reduction of occupational exposures, illnesses and injuries; respiratory toxicology; cancer toxicology and environmental arsenic exposure.
Recommended by Scientific/Professional
Society or General Public

Charge to Peer Reviewers

Additional elements to be added to the public posting as they become available: The ISI/HISA Dissemination Itself

Peer Reviewers’ Comments and CDC/ATSDR’s Response to Peer Reviewers’ Comments: Antimonypdf icon [PDF – 288 KB]

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