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2013
O'Connell SG, Tidwell LG, Wilson GR, Anderson KA.  2013.  Passive Sampling Capacity Building with the K.C. Donnelly Externship. 26th Superfund Research Program Annual Meeting, Baton Rouge LA.
Paulik LB.  2013.  Passive Sampling Devices and Shellfish. OSU SRP Tribal-University Collaborations' Community Engagement Core Advisory Committee Meeting, Pendleton, OR.
Tidwell LG, Harris S, Anderson KA.  2013.  Using PSDs to Assess Bioavailable PAHs in Traditionally Smoked Fish. Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation Executive Advisory Council, Pendleton,OR,USA.
2012
Anderson KA, Allan SE, O'Connell SG, Tidwell LG.  2012.  Assessment and source-modeling of bioavailable contaminants in Gulf of Mexico coastal waters before, during and after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. 243rd ACS National Meeting.
Allan SE, Smith BW, Tanguay RL, Anderson KA.  2012.  Bridging Environmental Mixtures and Toxic Effects. SETAC North America 33rd Annual Meeting.
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.
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.
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.
Tidwell LG, Forsberg ND, Anderson KA.  2012.  Pilot Study Using LFT to Assess Bioavailable PAHs During Tradtional Fish Smoking. CTUIR Tribal-University Collaboration to Address Tribal Exposures to PAHs and Improve Community Health, Pendleton, OR.
Tidwell LG, Hobbie KA, Wilson GR, O'Connell SG, Allan SE, Anderson KA.  2012.  Utilizing Passive Sampling for Rapid Response to Assess Atmospheric Exposure to PAHs Before, During and After the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill.. SETAC North America.
2011
Forsberg ND, Stone D, Harding A, Harper B, Harris S, Matzke MM, Cardena A, Waters KM, Anderson KA.  2011.  Assessment of PAHs in Traditionally Prepared Native American Smoked Salmon. Superfund Research Program-Tribal Collaboration Meeting, Portland, OR.
Anderson KA.  2011.  Biological Response Indicator Devices for Gauging Environmental Stressors (BRIDGES) in the Gulf of Mexico. Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB) and the Ad Hoc Group for Medical Research, Advancing Discovery: Assessing the Impact of the Gulf Oil Spill.
Anderson KA.  2011.  A case study in tribal-university collaboration: Air sampling on the Swinomish Reservation. Invited Workshop Instructor, National Association of Remedial Project Managers, EPA/NIEHS.
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”.
Uesugi S, Harding A, Harris S, Harper B, Simonich S M, Anderson KA, Stone D, Jai Y, Hirsch N, Cardenas A et al..  2011.  Walking in two worlds: Tribal-university partnerships, capacity building, technology transfer, and developing cultural sensitivity in toxicology and environmental health research. Pacific Northwest Association of Toxicologists Meeting, North Bonneville, WA.
2010
Anderson KA, Allan SE, Tidwell LG, O'Connell SG, Hobbie KA, Wilson GR.  2010.  Assessment of bioavailable PAH compounds in water and air at near shore locations in the Gulf of Mexico pre- and post- shoreline oiling during the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Invited plenary speaker, Superfund Research Program Annual Meeting.
Allan SE, Tidwell LG, Hobbie KA, O'Connell SG, Wilson GR, Anderson KA.  2010.  Bioavailable PAH compounds in costal marine waters of the Gulf of Mexico pre and post shoreline oiling during the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. SETAC North America 31st Annual Conference.
Anderson KA.  2010.  Biological Response Indicator Devices for Gauging Environmental Stressors (BRIDGES), demonstrated the sensitivity of the BRIDGES bio-analytical tool for detecting spatially distinct toxicity in aquatic systems; bridging environmental exposure to biologica. Invited Webinar Speaker: NIEHS “Risk eLearning” joint webinar program with EPA. Using Ecological-Based Tools and Approaches to Assess Bioavailability (archived online.
Hobbie KA, Smith BW, Anderson KA.  2010.  Can consumers trust salmon production method labels through the use of chemical profiling? platform presentation, ACS Spring Conference.
Anderson KA.  2010.  A Case Study in Tribal-University Collaboration: Air Sampling on the Swinomish Reservation. invited speaker, Superfund Research Program Annual Meeting.
Anderson KA.  2010.  Deepwater Horizon Disaster. NIEHS Webinar.
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.
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.

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