EOHS Interprofessional Collaborations
By its very nature, Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences is an interprofessional discipline. Our faculty have collaborated with a variety of institutions and agencies. Below are some of the recent projects with their respective link embedded, where available.
Within SUNY Downstate Health Sciences University
School of Public Health:
- President's Bulletin article: SPH/EOHS Awarded SUNY Research COVID Seed Grant Funding
- COVID-19 Exposure, Response, Physical and Mental Health Sequelae among Health Professionals (including Dr. Paul Landsbergis as Co-Investigator)
- Associations between cigarette, e-cigarette and marijuana use and COVID-19 outcomes in racially/ethnically diverse patient populations (including Dr. Laura Geer as Co-Investigator)
School of Health Professions:
- Why public health researchers should consider using disability data from the American Community Survey
- Textook: Thomas (2022), Women's Health: Readings on Social, Economic, and Political Issues, 7th Edition, Kendall Hunt Publishing. Chapter 6 on Disability, Society and Inclusion. Article details: Lewis A, Bouton-Foster C, Daniels-Osaze A, Hoepner L. "Disability, Poverty, and Women of Color: Emerging Solutions to Disparate Health Outcomes".
College of Medicine:
- President's Bulletin article: PACERS: Outpacing the Oppressive System of Medical Racism
- Prenatal bisphenol A (BPA) exposure in a Brooklyn study of Afro-Caribbean women
- Hospice utilization in advanced cervical malignancies: An analysis of the National Inpatient Sample
- The effect of family histories of cancer on childhood asthma diagnoses (Presented at ACAAI 2019)
- Biomarkers in the hypothalamus-pituitary-adrenal axis were associated with maternal psychosocial stress and choline intake and status during pregnancy (Presented at Nutrition 2019)
- The protective effects of eosinophilia and high IgE on cancer diagnoses in the National Health and Nutrition Examination Surveys (2005-2016) (Presented at AAAAI 2019)
- Postoperative Complications After Total Thyroidectomy for Patients With Graves’ Disease (June 28, 2022)
- SUNY Downstate Health Sciences University Committee on Plant-Based Health and Nutrition
- SUNY Provost Conversations In The Disciplines Grant Awarded:Interprofessional Education Workshop May 2019
- Conversations in the Disciplines (CID) Grant Program
Global Academic Partners using mHealth
- Facing Global Health Crises Using Mobile Communications: An international virtual exchange experience
U.S. Academic Partners
- Phthalate and bisphenol a exposures during pregnancy: Findings from the National Children's Study
- Folic acid supplementation enhances arsenic methylation: results from a folic acid and creatine supplementation randomized controlled trial in Bangladesh
- Gestational diabetes status and dietary intake modify maternal and cord blood allostatic load markers.
City, State and Federal Agencies
NIEHS Worker Training Program:
- Final Report on the Opioid Training Materials Development Initiative for the NIEHS Worker Training Program
- The COVID-19 Pandemic Is Fueling the Opioid Crisis!
NIEHS Environmental Influences on Child Health Outcomes-Children's Respiratory Research Workgroup:
- Expression quantitative trait locus fine mapping of the 17q12–21 asthma locus in African American children: a genetic association and gene expression study
Community Organizations and Labor Unions
- Organizational policies and programs to reduce job stress and risk of workplace violence among K-12 education staff.
- Greenpeace statement defending safety of reusables during COVID-19 pandemic