Posts Tagged ‘pesticide’

Pilot study to test breast milk pesticide levels in mothers and infants

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Dr. Marie Bourgeois, research assistant professor at the USF College of Public Health, has designed a pilot study to examine health disparities, infant vulnerability and pesticide exposure.  The study, titled “A Pilot Study of Malathion, Atrazine, Carbaryl and Chlorpyrifos in the Breast Milk of Women in Suburban and Agricultural Communities of Central Florida,” is funded […]

Dr. Giffe Johnson and colleagues report on pesticides in Florida agricultural workers

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USF College of Public Health researcher Giffe Johnson, PhD., and colleagues are co-authors of “Pesticide Biomonitoring in Florida Agricultural Workers.”  The article appears in the May issue of the Journal of Occupational Diseases and Environmental Medicine. Johnson is a research assistant professor in the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health and assistant director of the […]