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Dodo G, Wilson GR, Ikoma J.  1989.  Results of NCASI Analyses of the Scott Paper, Everett Treated Effluent Sample for Selected Resin/Fatty Acids, Chlorinated Phenolic Compounds and Total Organic Halogen. NCASI.
LaFleur LL, Dodo G, Bousquet T, Wilson GR, Ikoma J.  1989.  Results of NCASI Analyses of Champion Internation, Cantonment Samples for Selected Chlorinated Phenolics, Total Organic Halogen and PCDD/PCDF. NCASI.
Rohlman D, Kincl LD, Dixon H, Evoy R, Barton ML, Anderson KA.  2018.  Research and reporting back: Community-engaged investigation around asthma and air pollution. Seminar at the Columbia Center for Children's Environmental Health and NIEHS Center, New York City, NY.
MacDonald M, Lipscomb ST, McClelland M, Duncan R, Becker D, Anderson KA, Kile M.  2016.  Relations of Preschoolers' Visual-Motor and Object Manipulation Skills With Executive Function and Social Behavior.. Res Q Exerc Sport. 87(4):396-407.
Scott RP, Donald CE, Bergmann AJ, Anderson KA.  2015.  Rapid GC-ECD method for quantitative analysis of 63 pesticides optimized for use with silicone wristbands and low density polyethylene.. SETAC North America 36th Annual Meeting. Salt Lake City, Utah.
Hoffman PD, Dixon H, Rohlman D, Tidwell LG, Barton ML, Anderson KA.  2018.  Rapid deployment of passive sampling wristbands in response to Hurricane Harvey; Community engagement and reporting.. SETAC.
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Dixon H.  2016.  Presidential Citation for Exemplary Service. Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry.
Anderson KA, Points GL, Donald CE, Dixon H, Scott RP, Wilson GR, Tidwell LG, Hoffman PD, Herbstman J, O'Connell SG.  2017.  Preparation and performance features of wristband samplers and considerations for chemical exposure assessment.. J Expo Sci Environ Epidemiol.
Anderson KA, Points GL, Donald CE, Dixon H, Scott RP, Wilson GR, Tidwell LG, Hoffman PD, Herbstman J, O'Connell SG.  2017.  Preparation and performance features of wristband samplers and considerations for chemical exposure assessment.. J Expo Sci Environ Epidemiol.
McLarnan SM, Bramer LM, Dixon H, Scott RP, Calero L, Holmes D, Gibson EA, Cavalier HM, Rohlman D, Miller RL et al..  2024.  Predicting personal PAH exposure using high dimensional questionnaire and wristband data.. J Expo Sci Environ Epidemiol.
Bramer LM, Dixon H, Rohlman D, Scott RP, Miller RL, Kincl LD, Herbstman J, Waters KM, Anderson KA.  2024.  PM Is Insufficient to Explain Personal PAH Exposure.. Geohealth. 8(2):e2023GH000937.
Arcury TA, Chen H, Arnold TJ, Quandt SA, Anderson KA, Scott RP, Talton JW, Daniel SS.  2021.  Pesticide exposure among Latinx child farmworkers in North Carolina.. Am J Ind Med.
Vidi P-A, Anderson KA, Chen H, Anderson R, Salvador-Moreno N, Mora DC, Poutasse CM, Laurienti PJ, Daniel SS, Arcury TA.  2017.  Personal samplers of bioavailable pesticides integrated with a hair follicle assay of DNA damage to assess environmental exposures and their associated risks in children.. Mutat Res. 822:27-33.
Anderson KA, Kincl LD, Scott RP, O'Connell SG, Donald CE, Kile M, Lipscomb ST, MacDonald M, McClelland M.  2015.  Passive wristband sampler technology used to build bridges: Three Pilot Studies. EHSC National Mtg. Tucson, AZ.

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