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O'Connell SG.  2010.  Demonstrating Silicone Passive Samplers in a Model Urban Harbor and Superfund Site for a Suite of Semi-polar Organic Contaminants. SETAC North America 31st Annual Conference.
Anderson KA.  2014.  Detecting, Assessing, and Improving Understanding of Environmental Health Risks though Citizen Scientists and Passive Sampling Technologies. National Academy of Sciences sponsored, Community Resilience and Health Opportunity Analysis Workshop. New Orleans, LA.
Minick J.  2016.  Diffusive flux of PAHs across sediment, water, and air interfaces at urban Superfund Sites. SETAC North America 37th Annual Meeting, Orlando, Florida.
Miller A, Anderson KA, Haynes EN, Lefthand-Begay C, O’Fallon L, Kwok R.  2015.  Disasters and Emerging Environmental Threats. 25th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Exposure Science. Henderson, Nevada.
Bergmann AJ, North PE, Vasquez L, Bello H, Ruiz Mdel Carmen, Anderson KA.  2016.  Distribution of chemical exposures in rural Peru using silicone wristbands. Environmental Health Sciences and Superfund Research Program Colloquium.
Forsberg ND, Stone D, Harding A, Harper B, Harris S, Matzke MM, Cardena A, Waters KM, Anderson KA.  2012.  Effect of Native American fish smoking methods on dietary exposure to PAHs and possible risks to human health. CTUIR Tribal-University Collaboration to Address Tribal Exposures to PAHs and Improve Community Health, Pendleton, OR.
Anderson KA.  2016.  Empowering People: Personal Wristband Passive Sampling Nexus. 2016 Environmental Health Summit: Community Engaged Research and Citizen Science.
Forsberg ND, Stone D, Harding A, Harper B, Harris S, Matzke MM, Cardenas A, Waters KM, Anderson KA.  2012.  Engagement of Native American Tribes in the characterization of novel PAH dietary exposure pathways, assessment of possible human health risks. SETAC North America 33rd Annual Conference.
Forsberg ND, Harding A, Harper B, Stone D, Cardenas A, Harris S, Matzke MM, Waters KM, Anderson KA.  2012.  Engagement of Native American Tribes in the determination of legacy and emerging PAH dietary exposure scenarios, assessment of possible risks to human health. Connecting Research and Practice: A Dialogue Between ATSDR and the NIEHS Superfund Research Program.
Rohlman D, Haynes EN, Anderson KA, Kincl LD, Elam S., Paulik LB.  2015.  Engaging Rural Citizens to Answer Questions about Air Quality. Society for Applied Anthropology Annual Meeting. Pittsburgh, PA.
Anderson KA, Kincl LD, Rohlman D, Hobbie KA, Willmarth JA, Barton ML.  2015.  Environmental Preparedness and Resilience Empowering People: Personal Wristband Sampling Nexus. 25th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Exposure Science. Henderson, Nevada.
Forsberg ND, Rodriguez-Proteau R, Maier CS, Jenkins JJ, Morré J, Wilson GR, Anderson KA.  2010.  Evidence that the DAP biomarker may lead to overestimates of organophosphate pesticide exposure. platform presentation, 239th American Chemical Society conference.
Rohlman D, Harper B, Harding A, Harris S, Kile M, Anderson KA, Simonich S M.  2014.  Evolution of a robust tribal-university research partnership to investigate tribal exposures and build scientific capacity. Oral presentation at the Contemporary Northwest Tribal Health Conference, Portland, OR.
Rohlman D, Harper B, Harding A, Harris S, Kile M, Anderson KA, Simonich S M.  2014.  Evolution of a robust tribal-university research partnership to investigate tribal exposures and build scientific capacity. Oral presentation at the 6th Annual Northwest Environmental Health Conference, Portland, OR.
Tidwell LG, Hobbie KA, Wilson GR, O'Connell SG, Allan SE, Anderson KA.  2013.  Exchange of PAHs and OPAHs Accross the Air-Water Boundry during the DWH Oil Spill. SETAC North America 34th Annual Conference, Nashville, TN, USA. .
Poutasse CM, Simister RL, White HK.  2015.  Exploring the Environmental Controls on the Degradation of Oil by Marine Fungi. American Chemical Society, 249th National Meeting and Exposition.
Rohlman D, Kincl LD, Anderson KA.  2014.  Exposure Assessment Monitoring Tools Panel: Passive Wristband Samplers. EHS Center Meeting. Los Angeles, CA.
Bergmann AJ, Tanguay RL, Anderson KA.  2013.  Fractionation of passive sampling device extracts explores contribution of PAHs to zebrafish toxicity. International Society of Polycyclic Aromatic Compounds.
Minick J, Geier M, Tanguay R, Anderson K.  2017.  Hazard assessment of a PAH Superfund mixture in the zebrafish developmental toxicity mode. Pacific Northwest Chapter of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. 26th Annual Meeting.
Forsberg ND, Rodriguez-Proteau R, Christensen JM, Maier CS, Jenkins JJ, Anderson KA.  2010.  In vitro and in vivo experiments suggest that measurement of urinary dialkylphosphates may lead to overestimates of human OP pesticide exposure. platform presentation, SETAC 2010.
Forsberg ND, Harding A, Stone D, Harper B, Harris S, Matzke MM, Cardenas A, Waters KM, Anderson KA.  2012.  Informing communities – a collaborative investigation of Native American PAH dietary exposure scenarios and possible risks to human health . The 25th Annual Meeting of the Superfund Research Program.
Anderson KA.  2011.  Innovative Technologies to Quantify Environmental Contaminant Bioavailability & Exposure. Invited Seminar Speaker, Special Seminar & Networking Opportunities, Sponsored by the Superfund Research Program, NIEHS In Partnership with NCEH/ATSDR, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Chamblee Campus.
Anderson KA.  2011.  Innovative Technologies to Quantify Environmental Contaminant Bioavailability & Exposure. Invited Workshop Instructor, National Association of Remedial Project Managers, EPA/NIEHS “Passive Sampling Devices Technology”.
Anderson KA.  2014.  Invited speaker. NIEHS sponsored Exposure Science in 21st Century Citizen Science Workshop. North Carolina.
Layshock JA, Simonich S M, Anderson KA.  2010.  Ketone and Quinone Substituted PAH Profiles from Remote and Urban Atmospheric Particulate Matter. SETAC North America 31st Annual Conference.

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