Scott Michael Bartell
Associate Professor
Program in Public Health, Department of Statistics, and Department of Epidemiology
University of California, Irvine
2032 Anteater Instruction Research Building (AIRB)
Irvine, California 92697-3957
949-824-5919
sbartell@uci.edu

EDUCATION
Ph.D.2003 University of California, Davis, Graduate Group in Epidemiology
Dissertation: Statistical methods for non-steady-state exposure estimation using biomarkers
Advisor: Wes Johnson
M.S.2001 University of California, Davis, Department of Statistics
Advisor: Hans-Georg Mueller
M.S.1996 University of Washington School of Public Health, Department of Environmental Health
Thesis: Estimation of childhood soil ingestion rates with biomonitoring data from soil remediation studies
Advisor: John C. Kissel
B.A.1994 University at California, Berkeley, Group Major in Environmental Sciences
Thesis: Contamination controversy: a case study of the Aerojet Superfund Site in Rancho Cordova, California

RESEARCH INTERESTS
Environmental health methodology: exposure assessment, environmental epidemiology, and risk analysis

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
Associate Professor, University of California, Irvine, 2012 - present.
Assistant Professor, University of California, Irvine, 2006 - 2012.
Program in Public Health, Department of Statistics, and Department of Epidemiology: Conduct public health research; mentor and instruct graduate students in epidemiologic methods, biostatistics, environmental epidemiology, and risk assessment.
Assistant Professor, Emory University, 2003 - 2006.
Department of Environmental and Occupational Health, and Department of Epidemiology: Establish a grant-funded research program; mentor and instruct graduate students in risk assessment, biostatistics, and epidemiologic methods.
Postgraduate Researcher, University of California, Davis, 1999, 2001, and 2002 - 2003.
Statistical Laboratory, and Department of Medicine and Epidemiology: Analyze quality control data and conduct various statistical analyses; recode and extend a stochastic spatial epidemic model for foot and mouth disease transmission in a three county region of California using R.
Research Scientist, University of Washington, 1996 - 2000.
Department of Environmental Health, and Institute for Risk Analysis and Risk Communication: Propose and conduct risk assessment and decision analysis research related to Department of Energy cleanup activities, child environmental health, and other federally funded projects; assist graduate students and colleagues with quantitative methods, modeling, and statistical programming.
Research Consultant (ASPH Intern), U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1996.
Radiation Studies Branch: Conduct Bayesian health risk assessment and statistical power analysis for proposed Marshall Islands thyroid disease study.

PUBLICATIONS IN PEER REVIEWED JOURNALS (* Student/postdoc first author)
Published
1.

EM Faustman, SM Bartell. Review of noncancer risk assessment: applications of benchmark dose methods. Human and Ecological Risk Assessment 3(5):893-920 (1997).

2.

RA Ponce, SM Bartell, TJ Kavanagh, JS Woods, WC Griffith, RC Lee, TK Takaro, EM Faustman. Uncertainty analysis methods for comparing predictive models and biomarkers: a case study of dietary methyl mercury exposure. Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology 28(2):96-105 (1998).

3.

SM Bartell, EM Faustman. Comments on "An approach for modeling noncancer dose responses with an emphasis on uncertainty" and "A probabilistic framework for the Reference Dose (probabilistic RfD)." Risk Analysis 18(6):663-664 (1998).

4.

EM Faustman, TA Lewandowski, RA Ponce, SM Bartell. Biologically based dose-response models for developmental toxicants: lessons from methylmercury. Inhalation Toxicology 11:559-572 (1999).

5.

SM Bartell, RA Ponce, TK Takaro, RO Zerbe, GS Omenn, EM Faustman. Risk estimation and value-of-information analysis for three proposed genetic screening programs for chronic beryllium disease prevention. Risk Analysis 20(1): 87-100 (2000).

6.

SM Bartell, TK Takaro, RA Ponce, J Hill, EM Faustman, GS Omenn. Risk assessment and screening strategies for beryllium exposure. Technology 7(2):241-249 (2000).

7.

RA Ponce, SM Bartell, EY Wong, D LaFlamme, C Carrington, RC Lee, DL Patrick, EM Faustman, PM Bolger. Use of quality-adjusted life year weights with dose-response models for public health decisions: a case study of the risks and benefits of fish consumption. Risk Analysis 20(4): 529-542 (2000).

8.

SM Bartell, RA Ponce, RN Sanga, EM Faustman. Human variability in mercury toxicokinetics and steady state biomarker ratios. Environmental Research 84: 127-132 (2000).

9.

RN Sanga*, SM Bartell, RA Ponce, AAP Boischio, CR Joiris, CH Pierce, EM Faustman. Effects of uncertainties on exposure estimates to methylmercury: a Monte Carlo analysis of biomarkers of exposure vs. predictive dietary estimation. Risk Analysis 21(5): 859-868 (2001).

10.

JM Gohlke*, WC Griffith, SM Bartell, TA Lewandowski, EM Faustman. A computational model for neocortical neurogenesis predicts ethanol-induced neocortical neuron number deficits. Developmental Neuroscience 24(6): 467-477 (2002).

11.

EY Wong, RA Ponce, S Farrow, SM Bartell, RC Lee, EM Faustman. Comparative risk and policy analysis in public health. Risk Analysis 23(6): 1337-1349 (2003).

12.

K Lee, SM Bartell, D Paek. Interpersonal and daily variability of personal exposures to nitrogen dioxide and sulfur dioxide. Journal of Exposure Analysis and Environmental Epidemiology 14(2): 137-143 (2004).

13.

SM Bartell, WC Griffith, EM Faustman. Temporal error in biomarker based mean exposure estimates for individuals. Journal of Exposure Analysis and Environmental Epidemiology 14(2): 173-179 (2004).

14.

EM Faustman, J Gohlke, NL Judd, TA Lewandowski, SM Bartell, WC Griffith. Modeling developmental processes in animals: applications in neurodevelopmental toxicology. Environmental Toxicology and Pharmacology 19: 615-624 (2005).

15.

C Lu, D Barr, M Pearson, S Bartell, R Bravo. A longitudinal approach of assessing urban and suburban children's exposure to pyrethroid pesticide. Environmental Health Perspectives 114(9): 1419-1423 (2006). PMC1570056.

16.

K Steenland, S Bartell. Caution in drawing conclusions from PBPK models based on sparse human data. Risk Analysis 27(1): 7-8 (2007). PMID: 17362395.

17.

ML Givens*, C Lu, SM Bartell, M Pearson. Estimating dietary consumption patterns among children: A comparison between cross-sectional and longitudinal study designs. Environmental Research 103(3): 325-330 (2007). PMID: 16908016.

18.

AM Riederer, SM Bartell, DB Barr, PB Ryan. Diet and Non-Diet Predictors of Urinary 3-Phenoxybenzoic Acid in NHANES 1999-2002. Environmental Health Perspectives 116: 1015-1022 (2008). PMC2516573.

19.

SM Bartell. Review of Quantitative Environmental Risk Analysis for Human Health. (Invited book review) Biometrics 64(3): 991-992 (2008).

20.

BF Dickey*, TE Carpenter, SM Bartell. Use of heterogeneous operation-specific contact parameters changes predictions for foot-and-mouth disease outbreaks in complex simulation models Preventive Veterinary Medicine 87(3-4): 272-287 (2008). PMID: 18579239.

21.

NK Steenland, CM Auman, PM Patel, SM Bartell, FC Goldstein, AI Levey, JJ Lah. Development of a rapid screening instrument for mild cognitive impairment and undiagnosed dementia. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 15(3): 419-427 (2008). PMC2679370.

22.

V Vieira, T Webster, S Bartell, K Steenland, D Savitz, T Fletcher. PFOA community health studies: Exposure via drinking water contaminated by a teflon manufacturing facility. Organohalogen Compounds 70: 730-732 (2008).

23.

AM Riederer, SM Bartell, PB Ryan. Predictors of personal air concentrations of chloroform among U.S. adults in NHANES 1999-2000. Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology 19: 248-259 (2009). PMID: 18335002.

24.

J Dai*, Y Su, S Bartell, N Le, W Ling, Y Liang, L Gao, H Wu, E Valedar, V Vaccarino. Beneficial effects of designed dietary fatty acid compositions on lipids in triacylglycerol-rich lipoproteins among Chinese patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus. Metabolism 58(4): 510-518 (2009). PMID: 19303972.

25.

J Sarnat, K Brown, S Bartell, S Sarnat, A Wheeler, H Suh, P Koutrakis. The Relationship between Averaged Sulfate Exposures and Concentrations: Results from Exposure Assessment Panel Studies in Four U.S. Cities. Environmental Science & Technology 43: 5028-5034 (2009). PMID: 19673302.

26.

TA Lewandowski, SM Bartell, JW Yager, L Levin. An Evaluation of Surrogate Chemical Exposure Measures and Autism Prevalence in Texas. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, Part A 72: 1592-1603 (2009). PMID: 20077234.

27.

A Novack*, K Fuhrmann, K Dorman-Johnson, S Bartell. Distribution and abundance of Barbary sheep and other ungulates in Carlsbad Caverns National Park. Park Science 26(2): 1-13 (2009).

28. M Pavuk, JR Olson, A Sjodin, M Bonner, SM Dearwent, WJ Turner, LL Needham for the Anniston Environmental Health Research Consortium. Assessment of human exposure to PCBs in the Anniston Community Health Survey. Organohalogen Compounds 71: 1083-1086 (2009).
29. A Goncharov*, MS Bloom, M Pavuk, DO Carpenter for the Anniston Environmental Health Research Consortium. Exposure to PCBs and hypertension in the Anniston Community Health Survey. Organohalogen Compounds 71: 1079-1082 (2009).
30. AE Silverstone, RS Weinstock, PF Rosenbaum, RS Foushee, M Pavuk for the Anniston Environmental Health Research Consortium. Mono-ortho and di-ortho substituted PCB congeners and type 2 diabetes in the Anniston Community Health Survey. Organohalogen Compounds 71: 1059-1063 (2009).
31. Bartell SM, AM Calafat, C Lyu, K Kato, PB Ryan, K Steenland. Rate of decline in serum PFOA concentrations after granular activated carbon filtration at two public water systems in Ohio and West Virginia. Environmental Health Perspectives 118(2): 222-228 (2010). PMC2831921.
32. K Steenland, J Macneil, S Bartell, J Lah. Analyses of diagnostic patterns at 30 alzheimer disease centers in the US. Neuroepidemiology 35: 19-27 (2010). PMC2919431.
33. A Goncharova*, M Bloom, M Pavuk, I Birmana, DO Carpenter (for the Anniston Environmental Health Research Consortium). Blood pressure and hypertension in relation to levels of serum polycholorinated bipenyls in residents of Anniston, Alabama. Journal of Hypertension 28(10): 2053-2060 (2010). PMID: 20644494.
34.

K Hoffman*, TF Webster, SM Bartell, MG Weisskopf, T Fletcher, VM Vieira. Private drinking water wells as a source of exposure to perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) in communities surrounding a fluoropolymer production facility. Environmental Health Perspectives 119(1): 92-97 (2011). PMC3018506.

35.

R Seals*, SM Bartell, K Steenland. Accumulation and clearance of perflurooctanoic acid (PFOA) in current and former residents of an exposed community. Environmental Health Perspectives 119(1): 119-124 (2011). PMC3018490.

36.

A Goncharova*, M Pavuk, HR Foushee, DO Carpenter for the Anniston Environmental Health Research Consortium. Blood pressure in relation to concentrations of PCB congeners and chlorinated pesticides. Environmental Health Perspectives 119(3): 319-325 (2011). PMC3059993.

37.

S Haneuse, S Bartell. Designs for the combination of group- and individual-level data. Epidemiology 22(3): 382-389 (2011). PMID: 21490533.

38. HM Shin*, VM Vieira, PB Ryan, R Detwiler, B Sanders, K Steenland, SM Bartell. Environmental fate and transport modeling for perfluorooctanoic acid emitted from the Washington Works Facility in West Virginia. Environmental Science & Technology 45(4): 1435-1442 (2011). PMID: 21226527.
39. SM Bartell, TA Lewandowski. Administrative censoring in ecological analyses of autism, and a Bayesian solution. Journal of Environmental and Public Health, vol. 2011, Article ID 202783, 5 pages (2011). doi:10.1155/2011/202783. PMC3103873.
40. SM Bartell, WO Johnson. Estimating equations for biomarker based exposure estimation under non-steady-state conditions. Environmental Health 10:57 (2011). doi:10.1186/1476-069X-10-57. PMC3129579.
41.

K Lee, S Lim, S Bartell, YC Hong. Interpersonal and temporal variability of urinary cotinine in elderly subjects. International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health 215(1): 46-50 (2011). PMID: 21900044.

42.

HM Shin*, VM Vieira, PB Ryan, K Steenland, SM Bartell. Retrospective exposure estimation and predicted versus observed serum perfluorooctanoic acid concentrations for participants in the C8 Health Project. Environmental Health Perspectives 119(12): 1760-1765 (2011). PMC3261988. [Erratum: EHP 121(4):A113, 2013]

43. M Pavuk, Z Aminov, S Bartell, C Shelton, DO Carpenter, for the Anniston Environmental Health Research Consortium. Heart disease, lipid profiles, and ortho-substituted PCB congeners in residents of Anniston, Alabama. Organohalogen Compounds 73: 1487-1490 (2011).
44. SM Bartell, HR Foushee, RS Devereaux, PE Wolff, M Pavuk, for the Anniston Environmental Health Research Consortium. Community perceptions regarding polychlorinated biphenyl contamination, exposure and health effects in Anniston, Alabama. Organohalogen Compounds 73: 1439-1442 (2011).
45.

HM Shin*, VM Vieira, PB Ryan, SM Bartell. Modeling the air-soil transport pathway of perfluorooctanoic acid in the Mid-Ohio Valley using linked air dispersion and vadose zone models. Atmospheric Environment 51: 67-74 (2012).

46. AE Silverstone, PF Rosenbaum, RS Weinstock, SM Bartell, HR Foushee, C Shelton, M Pavuk, for the Anniston Environmental Health Research Consortium. Polychlorinated Biphenyl (PCB) Exposure and Diabetes: Results from the Anniston Community Health Survey. Environmental Health Perspectives 120: 727-732 (2012). PMC3346783.
47. SM Bartell. Bias in half-life estimates using log concentration regression in the presence of background exposures, and potential solutions. Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology 22: 299-303 (2012). PMID: 22333729.
48. DA Savitz, CR Stein, SM Bartell, B Elston, J Gong, HM Shin, GA Wellenius. Perfluorooctanoic acid exposure and pregnancy outcome in a highly exposed community. Epidemiology 23(3): 386-392 (2012). PMC3321117
49. Z Li, L Romanoff, S Bartell, E Pittman, D Trinidad, M McClean, T Webster, A Sjodin. Excretion Profiles and Half-lives of Ten Urinary Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Metabolites after Dietary Exposure. Chemical Research in Toxicology 25(7):1452-1461 (2012). PMC4618384.
50. DA Savitz, CR Stein, E Elston, GA Wellenius, SM Bartell, HM Shin, VM Vieira, T Fletcher. Relationship of perfluorooctanoic acid exposure to pregnancy outcome based on birth records in the Mid-Ohio Valley. Environmental Health Perspectives 120:1201-1207 (2012). PMC3440089.
51. O Laurent*, J Wu, L Li, J Chung, S Bartell. Investigating the association between birth weight and complementary air pollution exposure metrics: a cohort study. Environmental Health 12:18 (2013). PMC3599912.
52. DJ Watkins*, J Josson, B Elston, SM Bartell, HM Shin, VM Vieira, DA Savitz, T Fletcher, GA Wellenius. Exposure to perfluoroalkyl acids and markers of kidney function among children and adolescents living near a chemical plant. Environmental Health Perspectives 121(5): 625-630 (2013). PMC3673193.
53. SM Bartell, J Longhurst, T Tjoa, C Soutias, RJ Delfino. Particulate air pollution, ambulatory heart rate variability, and cardiac arrhythmia in retirement community residents with coronary artery disease. Environmental Health Perspectives 121(10): 1135-1141 (2013). PMC3801451.
54. J Wu, C Jiang, G Jaimes, S Bartell, A Dang, D Baker, R Delfino. Travel Patterns During Pregnancy: Comparison Between Global Positioning System (GPS) Tracking and Questionnaire Data. Environmental Health 12: 86 (2013). PMC3907015.
55. Z Aminov, RF Haase, M Pavuk, DO Carpenter and the Anniston Environmental Health Research Consortium. Analysis of the effects of exposure to polychlorinated biphenyls and chlorinated pesticides on serum lipid levels in residents of Anniston, Alabama. Environmental Health 12: 108 (2013). PMC3893492.
56. DJ Watkins*, GA Wellenius, RA Butler, SM Bartell, T Fletcher, KT Kelsey. Associations between serum perfluoroaklkyl acids and LINE-1 DNA methylation. Environment International 63: 71-76 (2014). PMC4181536.
57. M Pavuk, JR Olson, A Sjodin, P Wolff, WE Turner, C Shelton, N Dutton, and S Bartell for the Anniston Environmental Health Research Consortium. Serum concentrations of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) in participants of the Anniston Community Health Survey Science of the Total Environment 473-474: 286-297 (2014). PMC4617226.
58. HM Shin*, K Steenland, PB Ryan, VM Vieira, SM Bartell. Biomarker-based calibration of retrospective exposure predictions of perfluorooctanoic acid. Environmental Science & Technology 48: 5636−5642 (2014). PMC4032181.
59. L Benbrahim-Tallaa, B Lauby-Secretan, D Loomis, KZ Guyton, Y Grosse, F El Ghissassi, V Bouvard, N Guha, H Mattock, K Straif on behalf of the International Agency for Research on Cancer Monograph Working Group. Carcinogenicity of perfluorooctanoic acid, tetrafluoroethylene, dichloromethane, 1,2-dichloropropane, and 1,3-propane sultone. THE LANCET Oncology 15(9): 924-925 (2014). PMID: 25225686.
60. M Pavuk, JR Olson, WA Wattigney, ND Dutton, A Sjodin, C Shelton, WE Turner, SM Bartell for the Anniston Environmental Health Research Consortium. Predictors of serum polychlorinated biphenyl concentrations in Anniston residents. Science of The Total Environment 496: 624-634 (2014). PMC4617205.
61. SB Kim*, SM Bartell, DL Gillen. Estimation of a Benchmark Dose in the Presence or Absence of Hormesis Using Posterior Averaging. Risk Analysis 35(3): 396-408 (2015). PMID: 25384940.
62. K Hoffman*, A Achengrau, TF Webster, SM Bartell, VM Vieira. Associations between residence at birth and mental health disorders: A spatial analysis of retrospective cohort data. BMC Public Health 15: 688 (2015). PMC4508761.
63. SJ McKean*, SM Bartell, RL Hansen, GH Barford, PG Green, I Hertz-Picciotto. Prenatal mercury exposure, autism, and developmental delay, using pharmacokinetic combination of newborn blood concentrations and questionnaire data: a case control study. Environmental Health 14: 62 (2015). PMC4508765.
64. MO Gribble*, SM Bartell, K Kannan, Q Wu, PA Fair, DL Kamen. Longitudinal measures of perfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in serum of Gullah African Americans in South Carolina: 2003-2013. Environmental Research 143: 82-88 (2015). PMC4583839.
65. R Avanasi*, HM Shin, VM Vieira, DA Savitz, SM Bartell. Impact of exposure uncertainty on the association between perfluorooctanoate and preeclampsia in the C8 Health Project population. Environmental Health Perspectives 124: 126-132 (2015). PMC4710599.
66. MS Girguis*, MJ Strickland, X Hu, Y Liu, SM Bartell, VM Vieira. Maternal Exposure to Traffic-Related Air Pollution and Birth Defects in Massachusetts. Environmental Research 146: 1-9 (2016). PMC4761511.
67. R Avanasi*, HM Shin, VM Vieira, SM Bartell. Variability and epistemic uncertainty in water ingestion rates and pharmacokinetic parameters, and impact on the association between perfluorooctanoate and preeclampsia in the C8 Health Project Population. Environmental Research 146: 299-307 (2016). PMC4761513.
68. O Laurent*, J Hu, L Li, MJ Kleeman, SM Bartell, M Cockburn, L Escobedo, J Wu. Low birth weight and air pollution in California: which sources and components drive the risk? Environment International 92–93: 471-477 (2016). PMID: 27164556.
69. SB Kim*, SM Bartell, DL Gillen. Inference for the Existence of Hormetic Dose-Response Relationships in Toxicology Studies. Biostatistics 17: 523-536 (2016). PMC4915611.
70. LA Darrow, AC Groth, A Winquist, HM Shin, SM Bartell, K Steenland. Modeled perfluorooctanoic acid exposure and liver function in a Mid-Ohio Valley community. Environmental Health Perspectives 124:1227–1233 (2016). PMC4977053.
71. O Laurent*, J Hu, L Li, MJ Kleeman, SM Bartell, M Cockburn, L Escobedo, J Wu. A statewide nested case-control study of preterm birth and air pollution by source and composition: California, 2001–2008. Environmental Health Perspectives 124:1479–1486 (2016). PMC5010414.
72. R Avanasi*, HM Shin, VM Vieira, SM Bartell. Impacts of geocoding uncertainty on reconstructed PFOA exposures and their epidemiological association with preeclampsia. Environmental Research 151: 505-512 (2016).
73. L Granillo*, KR Goh, A Cuevas, T Khader, U Khalid, M Vidal, L Aragon, S Bartell, Z Bic. Diabetes Risk Assessment of the UC Irvine Campus Population. American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine 10:442-447 (2016).
74. KZ Guyton, D Loomis, Y Grosse, FE Ghissassi, V Bouvard, L Benbrahim-Tallaa, N Guha, H Mattock, K Straif, on behalf of the International Agency for Research on Cancer Monograph Working Group. Carcinogenicity of pentachlorophenol and some related compounds. THE LANCET Oncology 17:1637-1638 (2016).
75. SM Bartell, GB Hamra, K Steenland. Bayesian analysis of silica exposure and lung cancer using human and animal studies. Epidemiology 28:281-287 (2017).

Accepted/In Press

Submitted
MS Girguis*, MJ Strickland, X Hu, Y Liu, HH Chang, I Kloog, H Diop, C Elonoff, SM Bartell, VM Vieira. Influence of Acute Air Pollution Exposure on Infant Bronchiolitis and Otitis Media Clinical Encounters. (submitted).
F Guo*, S Tang, Y Li, Z Lu, T Guo, S Bartell, S Chen, R Zhang, R Detrano. Rural Yunnan Newborn Cardiac Screening Training/Evaluation Program. (submitted).
L Bai*, DL Gillen, SM Bartell, V Vieira. Mapping smoothed spatial effect estimates from individual-level data: MapGAM. (submitted).
R Khalili*, SM Bartell, X Hu, Y Liu, HH Chang, C Belanoff, MJ Strickland, VM Vieira. Early-life Exposure to PM2.5 and Risk of Acute Asthma Clinical Encounters among Children in Massachusetts: A Case-Crossover Analysis. (submitted).

PEER REVIEWED BOOKS/BOOK CHAPTERS


1.

RA Ponce, SM Bartell, EM Faustman, TK Takaro. "Genetic Testing and the Workplace: A Case Analysis of Chronic Beryllium Disease" in Improving Regulation: Cases in Environment, Health, and Safety. (Resources for the Future Press, Washington, DC, 2001).

2.

SM Bartell. "Risk Assessment," Chapter 32 in Environmental Health: From Global to Local. (Jossey-Bass, San Francisco, CA, 2005). Award for Excellence in Professional and Scholarly Publishing, Association of American Publishers.

3.

RF Henderson, S Bartell, SW Burchiel, DA Cory-Slechta, ME Davis, KJ Dix, MS Goldberg, E Kharasch, SS Lau, J Manautou, DG McCarver, H Mehendale, P Mueller, JM Peters, TJ Smith, L Stayner, RW Tyl, JP Vanden Heuvel, JW Yager. Assessing the Human Health Risks of Trichloroethylene: Key Scientific Issues. (National Academies Press, Washington, D.C., 2006).

4.

SM Bartell. "Risk Assessment," Chapter 29 in Environmental Health: From Global to Local, 2nd ed. (Jossey-Bass, San Francisco, CA, 2010).

5.

JM Samet, S Bartell, L Bero, A Bostrom, K Dickersin, DC Dorman, DL Eaton, JG Garcia, M Hernan, JS House, MM MacDonell, RP Scheines, LM Siegel, RB Wallace, Y Zhu. Review of EPA's Integrated Risk Information System (IRIS) Process. (National Academies Press, Washington, D.C., 2014).


SOFTWARE
1.

L Bai*, S Bartell, RY Bliss, V Vieira. MapGAM: Mapping Smoothed Effect Estimates from Individual-Level Data. (Comprehensive R Archive Network, R package version 1.0, 2016). First version published in 2012.

2.

S Bartell, Serum PFOA Calculator for Adults . (Web-based software, version 0.9, 2016). First version published in 2016.


REPORTS AND OTHER PUBLICATIONS
1.

RA Ponce, SM Bartell, SJ Haness, ED Nobmann. Establishing Alaska specific exposure scenarios. ASPS Report #97-0165. (Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation, Anchorage, Alaska, 1997).

2.

RA Ponce, SM Bartell, RC Lee, WC Griffith, GS Omenn, EM Faustman. Comparisons between predictive modeling and use of biomarkers in assessing dietary methylmercury exposure, in Proceedings of the First Annual Conference on the Health of the Hanford Site, Richland, Washington, December 3-4, 1997.

3.

SM Bartell, RA Ponce, RC Lee, TK Takaro, GS Omenn, EM Faustman. Evaluating risk assessment biomarkers using the value-of-information framework, pp. 1165-71 in Proceedings of the International Conference on Decommissioning and Decontamination and on Nuclear and Hazardous Waste Management, Denver, Colorado, September 13-18, 1998 (American Nuclear Society, La Grange Park, Illinois, 1998).

4.

RC Lee, SM Bartell, W Griffith W, EG Luebeck , EM Faustman. Simulation Studies Examining Possible Mechanisms of Trichloroethylene Carcinogenicity. USAF Report #AL-OE-BR-TR-1998-0006. (United States Air Force, Armstrong Laboratory, Brooks Air Force Base, Texas, March 1998).

5.

SM Bartell, RA Ponce, TK Takaro, GS Omenn, RO Zerbe, EM Faustman. Value-of-information analyses for biomarkers: susceptibility to chronic beryllium disease at US DOE sites, pp. 205-13 in Proceedings of the Topical Meeting on Risk-Based Performance Assessment and Decision Making, Richland/Pasco, Washington, April 5-8, 1998 (American Nuclear Society, La Grange Park, Illinois, 1998).

6.

Kissel J, A Wawrukiewicz, S Bartell, and J Shirai. Evaluation of the predictive capability of models of exposure to soil contaminants, pp. 1049-50 in Proceedings of the Sixth International Forshungszentrum Karlsruhe/The Netherlands Organization Conference on Contaminated Soil, Edinburgh, United Kingdom, May 17-21, 1998 (Thomas Telford, London, United Kingdom, 1998).

7.

SM Bartell, ED Nobmann, RA Ponce. What people eat: Atka, Alaska, 1998-1999. OCLC #45864593. (IDM Consulting, Anchorage, Alaska, 1999).

8.

SM Bartell, ED Nobmann, RA Ponce. What people eat in Atka, Alaska: contaminants review and sample collection final report. OCLC #45864700. (IDM Consulting, Anchorage, Alaska, 1999).

9.

C Ballew, A Ross, RS Wells, V Hiratsuka, KJ Hamrick, ED Nobmann, SM Bartell. Final Report on the Alaska Traditional Diet Survey. (Alaska Native Health Board, Anchorage, Alaska, 2004).

10.

I Hertz-Picciotto, S Bartell, TM Burbacher, J Daniels, PW Davidson, P Factor-Litvak, CH Newschaffer, CM Suchindran. Thimerosal Exposure in Pediatric Vaccines: Feasibility of Studies Using the Vaccine Safety Datalink. (Expert Panel to the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, Research Triangle Park, 2006)

11.

SM Bartell, N Begum, LT Stayner, PB Tchounwou, GM Williams. External Peer Review of the EPA/IRIS Draft Report Toxicological Review of Pentachlorophenol (CASRN 87-­86-5) (Versar, Inc., Springfield, VA, 2009).

12.

SM Bartell, JM Cullen, BA Inman, FJ Miller, R Saban, MA Smith, PW Snyder, L Zeise. External Peer Review on the Toxicological Review of Biphenyl (CASRN 92-52-4) (Versar, Inc., Springfield, VA, 2012).

13.

M Dourson, D Acosta, H Anderson, S Bartell, A Cooper, D Eastmond, WM Foster, R Hauser, AA Li, M Morandi, V Persky, K Ramos, A Stern, D Weiner. Scientific Advisory Board Review of the EPA’s Draft Toxicological Review of Ammonia (EPA-SAB-15-011) (EPA Science Advisory Board, Washington, DC, 2015).

14.

EM Faustman, S Bartell, R Bayes, A Bunge, S Burchiel, A Choi, J DiGiovanni, J English, WM Foster, C Gennings, H Goeden, S Hays, J Kissel, E Levin, M Lichtveld, AA Li, B McIntrye, B Moorthy, M Poirier, KM Portier, K Ramos, SM Roberts, R Schlesinger, LT Stayner, A Stern, C Vorhees, C Walter. Scientific Advisory Board Review of the EPA’s Draft Toxicological Review of Benzo[a]pyrene (EPA-SAB-16-003) (EPA Science Advisory Board, Washington, DC, 2016).

15. International Agency for Research on Cancer Working Group. IARC Monographs on the Evaluation of Carcinogenic Risks to Humans, Volume 110. Some Chemicals Used as Solvents and in Polymer Manufacture (IARC, Lyon, France, 2016).

EXTRAMURAL FUNDING
NIH, 2017-2022, "Neurodevelopmental Effects of Perfluorinated Chemicals." Role: Mentoring Team (PI: Liew, UCLA). $1,065,276 total costs, Grant #K99-ES026729.

NIH, 2013-2016, "Bayesian integration of biomarkers and spatial exposure data." Role: PI. $387,426 total costs, Grant #R21-ES023120.

NIH, 2012-2017, "Prenatal exposure to polyfluoroalkyl chemicals (PFCs) and child growth and development." Role: PI on UC Irvine subcontract (PI: Sagiv, Boston University). $2,679,808 total costs, Grant #R01-ES021447.

NIH, 2012-2016, "Spatial and temporal modeling of PM2.5 and infant morbidity." Role: Co-Investigator (PI: Vieira, UC Irvine). $1,388,630 total costs, Grant #R01-ES019897.

NIH, 2011-2013, "Pediatric asthma, photochemical oxidant air pollutants, and climate change vulnerability." Role: Co-Investigator. (PI: Delfino, UC Irvine.) $420,750 total costs, Grant #R21-ES020237.

NIH, 2010-2015, "EMA Assessment of Biobehavioral Processes in Human Pregnancy" Role: Co-Investigator. (PI: Wadhwa, UC Irvine.) $2,364,828 direct costs, Grant #R01-HD060628.

California Air Resources Board, 2009-2011, "Personal, indoor and outdoor particulate air pollution and heart rate variability in elderly subjects with coronary artery disease." Role: Co-PI. (PI: Delfino, UC Irvine.) $235,000 total costs, Agreement #08-307.

NIH, 2008-2011, "Exposure to Mobile Source Air Pollution and Adverse Birth Outcomes in the Los Angeles Air Basin." Role: Co-Investigator. (PI: Wu, UC Irvine.) $420,263 total costs, Grant #R21-ES16379.

Garden City Group, 2007-2012, "Perfluorooctanoate Half Life Study." Role: PI on UC Irvine subcontract, and Co-PI on overall project (PI: Ryan, Emory Univ.) $1,470,954 total costs ($138,506 for UCI subcontract), Award #6-38909-C2.

Garden City Group, 2007-2011, "Retrospective Exposure Assessment for Perfluorooctanoic Acid in Eastern Ohio and Western West Virginia." Role: PI on UC Irvine subcontract. (PI: Ryan, Emory Univ.) $895,599 total costs ($231,711 for UCI subcontract), Award #06102704.

NIH, 2006-2010, "Environmental Biostatistics Training Grant." Role: Training Faculty. (PI: Waller, Emory Univ.) $695,814 total costs, Award #5T32ES012160-05.

CDC/ATSDR, 2003-2007, "University-Community Consortium for Anniston Environmental Health Research." Role: PI on Emory Univ. and UCI subcontracts, 2005-2007; Co-PI on overall project, 2005-2007; Co-Investigator, 2003-2005. (PI: Shelton, Jacksonville State Univ.) $1,368,068 total costs ($61,569 for UCI subcontract), Award #U5/ATU473215.

Office of Naval Research, 2005, "Spatial Epidemiologic Modeling of Foot-and-Mouth Disease in the US." Role: PI on Emory Univ. subcontract. (PI: Carpenter, UC Davis.)

US Environmental Protection Agency, 2005-2009, "A Longitudinal Assessment Study of Human Exposure to Pesticides due to Variations of Dietary Consumption Patterns." Role: Co-Investigator. (PI: Lu, Emory Univ.) $1,883,248 total costs, Grant #R832244.

National Swimming Pool Foundation, 2004-2005, "Analysis of Pinellas County Recreational Water Supply." Role: Co-PI. (PI: Moe, Emory Univ.) $7088 total costs.

Armed Forces Medical Intelligence Center, 2003-2005, "Global Surveillance Models to Forecast Risk of Foot-and-Mouth Disease." Role: PI on Emory Univ. subcontract. (PI: Thurmond, UC Davis.) $1,100,215 total costs.

US Environmental Protection Agency, 2000-2003, "Temporal Models for Biomarker Based Exposure Inference", STAR Fellowship. Role: PI. $82,484 total costs, Grant #U915829.

NIH/EPA, 1998-2000, "University of Washington Center for Child Environmental Health Risks Research." Role: Research Scientist (PI: Faustman, Univ. of Washington).

US Department of Energy, 1996-2000, "Consortium for Risk Evaluation with Stakeholder Participation." Role: Research Scientist (PI: Faustman, Univ. of Washington).

INTRAMURAL FUNDING
University of California, Irvine, Undergraduate Research Opportunities Porgram, 2014-2015, "Pilot Study: Qualitative Study to Evaluate a Community Exercise Interventional Program in Patients in Rural Mexico" (Faculty Advisor with Billimek and Schuster, University of California, Irvine).

University of California, Irvine, Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program, 2013-2014, "Lowering Cardiometabolic Risk Factor Levels: The Effectiveness of Diabetes Education in Rural Mexico" (Faculty Advisor with Fox, Schuster, and Billimek, University of California, Irvine).

University of California, Irvine, Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program, 2012-2013, "Lowering Cardiometabolic Risk Factor Levels: The Effectiveness of Diabetes Education in Rural Mexico" (Faculty Advisor with Fox, Schuster, and Billimek, University of California, Irvine).

University of California, Irvine, Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program, 2011-2012, "Lowering Cardiometabolic Risk Factor Levels: The Effectiveness of Diabetes Education in Rural Mexico" (Faculty Advisor with Schuster, Fox, and Billimek, University of California, Irvine).

University of California, Irvine, Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program, 2008-2009, "'What Is Public Health?' A Study on Public Health Literacy and Intervention" (Faculty Advisor with Bic and Timberlake, University of California, Irvine).

Emory/Georgia Tech Predictive Health Institute, 2005-2007, "Predictive Algorithms for Parkinson's Disease" (Co-PI with Miller, Emory University).

UC Davis Graduate Group in Epidemiology, 2002, Block Grant Fellowship.

UC Davis Center for Environmental Health Sciences, 1999-2000, Fellowship.

UW National Research Center for Statistics and the Environment, 1997-1999, "Application of Bayesian and non-Bayesian methods to the development and assessment of environmental fate and transport and toxicodynamic models" (Research Scientist; PI: Faustman, University of Washington).

University of Washington Department of Environmental Health, 1994-1996, NIOSH Traineeship.

University of California at Berkeley, 1991-1994, Chancellor's Scholarship.

INVITED PRESENTATIONS


Understanding the Reproducibility Crisis (Keynote Speaker, UC Irvine Environmental Health Sciences Graduate Program Scientific Retreat, Fall 2016)

Environmental health risk assessment: where toxicologists, epidemiologists, exposure scientists, and statisticians come together, misunderstand one another, and affect public policy (Medical Knowledge in a Social World Conference, Irvine, California, Spring 2016)

"Everybody Needs Your Help, But They're Not Quite Sure Why": Working as an Applied Statistician in a Multi-Disciplinary Environment (UC Irvine Statistics Seminar, Winter 2016)

Exposure as a Latent Variable: Bayesian Pharmacokinetic Combination of Spatiotemporal Model Predictions and Biomarkers (NIH Webinar on Spatial Uncertainty, Fall 2014)

Serum PCBs and Adverse Health Conditions: Results from the Anniston Community Health Survey (UC Irvine Environmental Health Sciences Seminar, Fall 2013)

Chemical Regulation at the US EPA: Causal Inference from Indirect and/or Sparse Data (Atlantic Causal Inference Conference, Spring 2013)

Perfluorooctanoate and pregnancy outcomes in the Mid-Ohio Valley: the role of exposure science and biomarkers (UC Irvine Center for Occupational and Environmental Health Grand Rounds, Winter 2013; UC Riverside Environmental Toxicology Seminar, Spring 2012; UC Irvine Epidemiology Research Seminar, Winter 2012; University of Southern California--Southern California Environmental Health Sciences Center Seminar, Spring 2014)

Use and misuse of exposure biomarkers in epidemiology (San Diego State University Statistics Seminar, Fall 2012; UC Irvine Statistics Seminar, Winter 2012)

Pharmacokinetics of PFOA after exposure interventions in the Mid-Ohio Valley (Boston University Environmental Health Research Retreat, Fall 2010)

Environmental transport, human exposure, and pharmacokinetics of perfluorooctanoate in the Mid-Ohio Valley (UC Irvine Environmental Engineering Seminar, Winter 2011; UC Irvine Environmental Toxicology Seminar, Fall 2010)

Polychlorinated biphenyls and public health in Anniston, Alabama (UC Irvine Occupational and Environmental Medicine Grand Rounds, Spring 2008; UC Irvine Epidemiology Research Seminar, Winter 2008; UC Irvine Medicine Grand Rounds, Spring 2007)

Biomarkers and environmental health research: study design issues and statistical methods (UC Irvine Epidemiology Research Seminar, Fall 2006)

Statistical methods for non-steady-state exposure estimation using biomarkers (Emory University Environmental Health Seminar, Spring 2003; Yale University School of Forestry and Environmental Studies Seminar, Spring 2003; National Institutes for Environmental Health Science Seminar, Spring 2003; Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Environmental Energy Technologies Division Seminar, Spring 2003; Georgia Institute of Technology Environmental Engineering Seminar, Spring 2004)

TEACHING EXPERIENCE


2011 School Honoree for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching, UC Irvine College of Medicine/Health Sciences

Instructor of Record, University of California, Irvine:
Advanced Epidemiologic Design and Methods (PH 205 / EPI 217; Fall 2007, Fall 2008, Spring 2011, Spring 2014, Spring 2016)
Epidemiology II (PH 101B; Spring 2007, Spring 2008, Spring 2009)
Health and Global Environmental Change (PH 173; Spring 2017)
Public Health Statistics (PH 207A; Spring 2010, Winter 2011, Winter 2012, Winter 2013, Winter 2014, Winter 2015, Winter 2016, Winter 2017)
Risk Assessment (PH 175/275; Fall 2009, Winter 2012, Spring 2015)
Statistical Methods for Data Analysis III (STATS 112/203; Spring 2009, Spring 2010, Spring 2011, Spring 2012)
Seminar in Environmental Health Sciences (EHS 298 / TOX 298C; Spring 2015)
Co-Instructor or Guest Lecturer
Principles of Epidemiology (EPIDEM 200; Team Taught, Fall 2010)
Introduction to Probability and Statistics (STATS 120A; Guest Lecturer, Fall 2010)
Environmental Epidemiology (EPIDEM 205; Team Taught, Spring 2010, Spring 2011, Spring 2013, Spring 2015)
Introduction to Epidemiology and Biostatistics: Clinical Epidemiology for Year 1 Medical Students (Team Taught, Fall 2009)
Environmental Health Sciences V: Biostatistics (EPIDEM 204; Team Taught, Winter 2009)
Introduction to Biostatistics and Epidemiology for Medical Fellows (EPIDEM 290; Team Taught, Fall 2008)
Statistical Methods III: Longitudinal Data Analysis (STATS 212; Co-Instructor, Spring 2008)
Instructor of Record, Emory University School of Public Health, Atlanta, Georgia:
Risk Assessment I (EOH 524; Spring 2005, Summer 2005)
Risk Assessment II (EOH 525; Fall 2005)
Co-Instructor or Guest Lecturer, Emory University:
New Topics in Epidemiologic Methods (EPI 591K; Co-Instructor, Spring 2005)
Drug Metabolism and Toxicology (IBS 536; Co-Instructor, Spring 2005, Spring 2006).
Pespectives in Environmental Health (EH 500; Guest Lecturer, Fall 2004, Fall 2005, Fall 2006)
Co-Instructor or Guest Lecturer, University of California, Davis, Graduate Group in Epidemiology, Davis, California:
Applied Epidemiologic Problem Solving (MPM 426; Guest Lecturer, Winter 2003).
Epidemiologic Study Design (EPI 206; Guest Lecturer, Winter 2003).
Health and Ecologic Risk Analysis (EPI 222; Co-Instructor, Spring 2002)
Teaching Assistant Coordinator, University of California, Davis, Department of Statistics, Davis, California (2000-2001).
Associate in Statistics (Instructor), University of California, Davis, Department of Statistics, Davis, California:
Basic Statistical Analysis Through Computers (STA 32; Summer 2000)
Teaching Assistant, University of California, Davis, Department of Statistics, Davis, California:
Basic Statistical Analysis Through Computers (STA 32; Spring 2000).
Methods of Teaching Statistics (STA 390; Fall 2000, Fall 2001, Fall 2002).
Statistical Models, Methods and Data Analysis for Scientists (EPI 204; Spring 2002, Spring 2003).
Web-Based Elementary Statistics (STA 13V; Fall 2001).
Instructor, Davis Adult School Davis Joint Unified School District, Davis, California:
S.A.T. Preparation Workshop, Mathematics Section (Spring 2001, Fall 2001)
Guest Lecturer, University of Washington:
Risk Assessment (ENVH 577; Fall 1997, Fall 1998, Fall 1999)
Teaching Assistant, University of Washington, Department of Environmental Health, Seattle, Washington:
Risk Assessment (ENVH 577; Fall 1995)
Hazardous Waste Management (ENVH 446; Spring 1996)
Tutor, San Juan Unified School District, Carmichael, California (1990-1991).

DOCTORAL COMMITTEES (* CHAIR OR CO-CHAIR)
University of California, Irvine
Andrew Keebaugh (PhD, Environmental Health Sciences, 2014-2017)
Mariam Girguis (PhD, Public Health, 2012-2017)
Amruta Dixit (PhD, Social Ecology, 2013-2016)
Raghavendhran Avanasi* (PhD, Environmental Health Sciences, 2011-2016)
Koko Gulesserian (Reader; PhD, Statistics, 2016)
Steven Kim* (PhD, Statistics, 2013-2015)
Shandong Min (Reader; PhD, Statistics, 2014)
Hyeong-Moo Shin* (PhD, Social Ecology, 2007-2011)
Roxana Khalili (PhD, Environmental Health Sciences, 2015-present)
Jaime Allgood (PhD, Public Health, 2014-present)
Fangqi Guo (PhD, Public Health, 2014-present)
University of California, Davis
Stephen McKean (PhD, Epidemiology, 2010-2011)
Boston University
Alicia Fraser (Outside Reader; PhD, Environmental Health, 2010)
Deborah Watkins (Outside Reader; PhD, Environmental Health, 2011)
Emory University
Maura Sullivan (PhD, Epidemiology, 2005-2008)
Eric Tassone (PhD, Biostatistics, 2004-2006)

DOCTORAL QUALIFYING EXAM COMMITTEES (* CHAIR OR CO-CHAIR)
University of California, Irvine
Fangqi Guo (Public Health, 2016)
Roxana Khalili (Environmental Health Sciences, 2015)
Jaime Allgood (Public Health, 2015)
Mariam Girguis (Public Health, 2015)
Koko Gulesserian (Statistics, 2014)
Andrew Keebaugh (Environmental Health Sciences, 2014)
Jason Kramer (Statistics, 2014)
Raghavendhran Avanasi* (Environmental Health Sciences, 2013)
Steven Kim (Statistics, 2013)
Amruta Dixit (Social Ecology, 2013)
Keah-Ying Lim (Civil & Environmental Engineering, 2012)
Yuhao Zou (Earth System Science, 2012)
Mojtaba Sadegh (Civil & Environmental Engineering, 2012)
Shandong Min (Statistics, 2011)
Vinh Nguyen (Statistics, 2009)
Hyeong-Moo Shin* (Social Ecology, 2008)
Erin Kent (Environmental Health Science and Policy, 2008)
Emory University
Eric Tassone (Biostatistics, 2004)
Benjamin Silk (Epidemiology, 2006)

MS/MPH COMMITTEES (* CHAIR OR CO-CHAIR)


University of California, Irvine
Robert Weltman (MS, Environmental Health, 2016-2017)
Rachel Love* (MPH, Public Health, 2016-present)
Catherine Yount* (MPH, Public Health, 2016-present)
Rommy Renteros* (MPH, Public Health, 2015-present)
Amy Kuhn* (MPH, Public Health, 2015-present)
John Bienvenida* (MPH, Public Health, 2014-2016)
Susan Behforooz* (MPH, Public Health, 2014-2015)
Vyvian Ngo* (MPH, Public Health, 2013-2015)
Hoanglong Nguyen* (MPH, Public Health, 2012-2014)
Jeff Hon* (MPH, Public Health, 2012-2014)
Anna Chikova* (MPH, Public Health, 2011-2012)
Susan Hai* (MPH, Public Health, 2009-2012)
Gregory Norton* (MPH, Public Health, 2010-2012)
Emory University
Uchenna Egenti* (MPH, Global Environmental Health, 2005-2007)
Folakemi Arinde* (MPH, Environmental and Occupational Health, 2005-2006)
Dereje Aboye (MPH, Global Environmental Health, 2005)
Mahsa Yazdy* (MPH, Epidemiology, 2005)
Veronika Fedirko* (MPH, Epidemiology, 2004-2005)
Kelly Weidenbach (MPH, Epidemiology, 2004)

GRANT REVIEWS
National Intitutes of Health, Special Emphasis Panels Study Sections, June 2016 and April 2017.
University of California, Irvine, Office of Research, Research Seed Funding Program, 2015-2016.
National Intitutes of Health, Systemic Injury by Environmental Exposure Study Section, April 2015 and March 2016.
National Institutes of Health, Infectious, Reproductive, Asthma and Pulmonary Conditions Study Section, February 2014.
Medical Research Council (United Kingdom), Molecular & Cellular Medicine Board, November 2013.
US Environmental Protection Agency, Science to Achieve Results Fellowships Program, December 2009-January 2010.
Association of Schools of Public Health, ASPH/CDC Fellowship Program, April 2009.

SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY PANELS


International Agency for Research on Cancer (World Health Organization), IARC Monographs Working Group Volume 117: Pentachlorophenol and Some Related Compounds, January 2016-October 2016. Subgroup Chair, Section on Exposure Data
California Environmental Contaminant Biomonitoring Program ("Biomonitoring California"), Scientific Guidance Panel, March 2015-Present.
International Agency for Research on Cancer (World Health Organization), IARC Monographs Working Group Volume 110: Some Chemicals Used as Solvents and in Polymer Manufacture, October 2013-June 2014.
US Environmental Protection Agency, Chemical Assessment Advisory Committee, December 2012-September 2015.
National Research Council, Committee to Review the IRIS Process, June 2012-May 2014.
US Environmental Protection Agency, Review Panel for the EPA/IRIS Draft Toxicological Review of Biphenyl, March 2012.
New York City Fire Department/Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Expert Panel on World Trade Center Cancer Research, June 2010.
US Environmental Protection Agency, Trichloroethylene Review Panel, March-August 2010.
US Environmental Protection Agency, Review Panel for the EPA/IRIS Draft Toxicological Review of Pentachlorophenol, August 2009.
US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, Expert Panel, Use of the Vaccine Safety Datalink to Assess Time Trends in Autism, May 2006.
National Research Council, Expert Review of Drinking Water Contamination and Related Health Effects at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, 2005.
National Research Council, Committee on Assessing Human Health Risks of Trichloroethylene, 2005-2006.
US Department of Energy, Beryllium Health Risk Communication Task Force, 1997-2001.

UNIVERSITY SERVICE


Search Committee, Professor and Chief, Occupational and Environmental Medicine Division, Department of Medicine, University of California, Irvine, 2017-2018.
Committee on Rules and Jurisdiction, Academic Senate, University of California, Irvine, 2017-2020.
Bylaws Ad Hoc Committee, College of Health Sciences, University of California, Irvine, 2017-present.
Chair, Graduate Admissions Committee, Program in Public Health, University of California, Irvine, 2016-present.
Curriculum Committee, Program in Public Health, University of California, Irvine, 2016-present.
Chair, Search Committee, Midcareer Professor Hiring Initiative, Program in Public Health, University of California, Irvine, 2016-2017.
Director of Doctoral Degrees in Public Health, Program in Public Health, University of California, Irvine, 2016-present.
Chair, Committee on Faculty Affairs, Program in Public Health, University of California, Irvine, 2016-present.
Search Committee, Division Chief of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Department of Medicine, University of California, Irvine, 2016-2017.
Research Strategic Plan Development Committee, UC Irvine Health, 2016.
Chair, Search Committee, Associate Professor in Biostatitics & Epidemology, Program in Public Health, University of California, Irvine, 2015-2016.
Interim Director, Graduate Program in Environmental Health Sciences, University of California, Irvine, Spring 2015 and Spring 2016.
Assessment Committee, Academic Senate, University of California, Irvine, 2014-2017.
Chair, Ad Hoc Committee on Extramural Salary Support, University of California, Irvine, Program in Public Health, 2012-2013.
College of Health Sciences Faculty Representative Assembly, University of California, Irvine, 2008-2012, 2016-2020.
Graduate Program Proposal Committees for Public Health, Epidemiology, and Environmental Toxicology; University of California, Irvine, 2007-2010.
Adjunct Faculty, Emory University, Department of Environmental and Occupational Health and Department of Epidemiology, 2007-present.
Chair, Student Recruitment Committee, Emory University, Department of Environmental and Occupational Health, 2004-2006.
Admissions Committee, Emory University, Department of Environmental and Occupational Health, 2003-2005.
Faculty Search Committee, Emory University, Department of Environmental and Occupational Health, 2003-2004.
President, Epidemiology Graduate Group Students, University of California, Davis, 2001-2002.
President, Statistics Graduate Students Association, University of California, Davis, 2000-2001.
Graduate Student Advisory Committee, University of Washington, Department of Environmental Health, 1995-1996.

OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVICE


International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health, Editorial Board, 2017-present.
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Reviewer for Immediately Dangerous to Life or Health (IDLH) Value Profiles, April-May 2015.
Joint Statistical Meetings, Invited Session Organizer, August 2010.
International Society for Environmental Epidemiology, Abstract Reviewer for Annual Meeting, April 2009 and April 2016.
International Society for Environmental Epidemiology/International Society for Exposure Analysis, Program Committee for Joint Meeting, 2008.
National Research Council, Peer Reviewer (Health Effects of Beryllium Exposure: A Literature Review), June 2007.
International Journal of Medical Engineering and Informatics, Editorial Board, 2007-present.
Institute of Medicine, Volunteer Consultant (Committee to Review the Health Effects in Vietnam Veterans of Exposure to Herbicides), September 2006.
US Government Accountability Office, Volunteer Consultant, January 2006.
US Environmental Protection Agency, Reviewer for the draft sampling plan for residual indoor contaminants from the World Trade Center towers, 2005.
US Environmental Protection Agency, Reviewer for the draft report on statistical exposure modeling for the National Human Exposure Assessment Survey, 2003.
Sacramento Statistical Association, Councilor and Webmaster, 2002-2003.
Manuscript Referee for the following journals:
American Journal of Epidemiology; American Journal of Industrial Medicine; Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention; Environmental Health; Environmental Health Perspectives; Environment International; Environmental Research; Environmental Science and Pollution Research; Environmental Science & Technology; Epidemiology; International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health; Journal of Exposure Analysis and Environmental Epidemiology; Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology; Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine; Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences; Risk Analysis; Scientific Reports; Statistics in Medicine

CONSULTING EXPERIENCE
Project Consultant, Eastern Research Group, Inc., Boston, Massachusetts (2015).
Provide expert input on the OSHA draft preamble to the silica rule.
Project Consultant, University of Illinois at Chicago (2012-2013).
Reconstruct peak occupational exposures to dioxins based on blood samples and work histories.
Project Consultant, ICF International, Fairfax, Virginia (2009-2010).
Conduct statistical dose-response modeling and meta analysis for the EPA dioxin risk assessment, and attend SAB panel meetings in case of questions.
Project Consultant, Gradient Corporation, Cambridge, Massachusetts (2006-2008).
Conduct epidemiologic analysis of mercury emissions and autism prevalence in Texas schools.
Project Consultant, The Garden City Group, Melville, New York (2005-2007).
Assist court-appointed science panel with designing epidemiologic research studies of perfluorooctanoic acid.
Project Consultant, ToxaChemica, International, Inc., Rockville, Maryland (2004-2005).
Reanalyze pooled data from 10 cohort studies on silica dose-response relationships for silicosis and lung cancer, adjusting for the effects of measurement error.
Project Consultant, The Carpet and Rug Institute, Dalton, Georgia (2004).
Review and summarize published risk assessments and regulatory documents for caprolactam.
Partner, IDM Consulting, Davis, California and Seattle, Washington (1997-2002).
Conduct dietary surveys, exposure analyses, and health risk assessments with partners in Seattle and Anchorage; write project proposals.
Project Consultant, Dennis Rose & Associates, Sacramento, California (2001).
Review and summarize community health indicator data for Plumas County, California.
Project Consultant, Intertox, Inc., Seattle, Washington (1997, 2000).
Evaluate environmental lead contamination data using the US EPA Integrated Exposure and Uptake Biokinetic Model; review and summarize scientific literature and legal depositions related to lead and particulate matter.

NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS/POSTERS (presenter underlined)


1. Lee RC, EG Luebeck, SB Curtis, SM Bartell, EM Faustman. Evaluation of potential cancer risks associated with chemical mixtures using biologically based dose-response models. Poster, Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, December 1996. *
2. Kissel J, SM Bartell, and A Wawrukiewicz. Comparison of soil ingestion rates derived from dose reconstruction at contaminated sites with estimates obtained in tracer mass balance studies. Platform, Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, December 1996. *
3. Ponce RA, SM Bartell, RC Lee, TJ Kavanagh, and EM Faustman. Use of biomarkers in risk assessment and decision-making. Poster, Conference on Issues and Applications in Toxicology and Risk Assessment, Dayton, OH, April 1997.
4. Faustman EM, SM Bartell, RC Lee, TJ Kavanagh, TK Takaro, and RA Ponce. Evaluation of biomarkers for use in risk assessment and decision-making: application of value-of-information analyses. Poster, Conference on Scientific and Engineering Challenges in Remediation of Contaminated Soil and Groundwater, Seattle, WA, May 1997.
5. Faustman EM, SM Bartell, RC Lee, TJ Kavanagh, TK Takaro, and RA Ponce. Evaluation of biomarkers for use in risk assessment and decision-making: application of value-of-information analyses. Poster, Conference on Biomarkers, the Genome, and the Individual, Charleston, SC, May 1997.
6. Lewandowski TA, CH Pierce, SM Bartell, RA Ponce, and EM Faustman. Toxicokinetic and toxicodynamic modeling of the effects of methylmercury in the fetal rat. Poster, Pacific Northwest Association of Toxicologists Annual Meeting, Ocean Shores, WA, September 1997.
7. Ponce RA, SM Bartell, RC Lee, WC Griffith, GS Omenn, and EM Faustman. Comparisons between predictive modeling and use of biomarkers in assessing dietary methylmercury exposure. Platform, First Annual Conference on the Health of the Hanford Site, Richland, WA, December 1997.
8. Bartell SM, RA Ponce, TK Takaro, GS Omenn, TJ Kavanagh, EM Faustman. Value-of-information analyses for biomarkers of susceptibility: occupational berylliosis at US DOE sites. Poster, First Annual Conference on the Health of the Hanford Site, Richland, WA, December 1997.
9. Takaro TK, K Ertell, SM Bartell, RA Ponce, T Ewers, EM Faustman, M Salazar, and S Barnhart. Improving the evaluation of risk to workers in the budget planning process at a former US nuclear production site. Poster, Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, December 1997. *
10. Griffith W, A Smith A, S Curtis, S Bartell, M Hawke, D Mercer, M Robkin, C Hendricksen, T Potter-Chiles, D Grace, and K Durand. Stakeholder participation in an internet forum for communication about risks at Department of Energy facilities. Poster, Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, December 1997. *
11. Bartell SM, RA Ponce, TK Takaro, GS Omenn, and EM Faustman. Value-of-information analyses for biomarkers of susceptibility: occupational berylliosis at US DOE sites. Platform, Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, December 1997. *
12. Lee RC, EG Luebeck, SM Bartell, and EM Faustman. Simulation studies examining possible mechanisms of tricholorethylene carcinogenicity. Poster, Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, December 1997. *
13. Ponce RA, SM Bartell, D LaFlamme, C Carrington, EM Faustman, RC Lee, and PM Bolger. Quantitative analysis of risks and benefits for public health decisions applied to fish consumption. Poster, Society of Toxicology Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, March 1998.
14. Sanga RN, SM Bartell, RA Ponce, CH Pierce, CR Joiris, AAP Boischo, and EM Faustman. Effects of uncertainties on exposure estimates to methylmercury: a monte carlo anaylsis of biomarkers of exposure vs. predictive dietary estimation. Poster, Society of Toxicology Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, March 1998. Best Student Paper Award, Risk Assessment Specialty Section.
15. Lewandowski TA, SM Bartell, CH Pierce, RA Ponce, and EM Faustman. Toxicokinetic and toxicodynamic modeling of the effects of methylmercury on the fetal rat. Poster, Society of Toxicology Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, March 1998.
16. Lee RC, SM Bartell, RA Ponce, AC Cullen, DL Eaton, and EM Faustman. The value of biomarker information in risk based decisions regarding aflatoxin control. Poster, Society of Toxicology Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, March 1998.
17. Bartell SM, RA Ponce, TK Takaro, GS Omenn, and EM Faustman. Value-of-information analyses for biomarkers: susceptibility to chronic beryllium disease at US DOE site. Poster, Society of Toxicology Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, March 1998.
18. Bartell SM, RA Ponce, TK Takaro, GS Omenn, RO Zerbe, and EM Faustman. Value-of-information analyses for biomarkers: susceptibility to chronic beryllium disease at US DOE sites. Platform, Risk-Based Performance Assessment and Decision Making Symposium, Pasco, WA, April 1998.
19. Curtis SB, SM Bartell, EM Faustman, and WC Griffith. An index of harm for exposure to a combination of radiation and chemical pollutants. Poster, Radiation Research Society Annual Meeting, Louisville, KY, April 1998.
20. Kissel J, A Wawrukiewicz, and SM Bartell. Evaluation of the predictive capability of models of exposure to soil contaminants. Poster, International Conference on Contaminated Soil, Edinburgh, Scotland, May 1998.
21. Lewandowski TA, SM Bartell, CH Pierce, RA Ponce, and EM Faustman. Evaluation of tissue binding coefficient uncertainty on a PBTK model of methylmercury in the fetal rat. Poster, International Union of Toxicology International Congress on Toxicology VIII, Paris, France, July 1998.
22. Ponce RA, SM Bartell, RN Sanga, EM Faustman. Comparative analysis of exposure estimates based on biomarkers or predictive models: a case example with dietary methylmercury intake. Poster, International Union of Toxicology International Congress on Toxicology VIII, Paris, France, July 1998.
23. Lewandowski TA, JL Schroeder, RA Ponce, SM Bartell, and EM Faustman. In vivo determination of cell cycling rates in embryonic rat neural cells. Poster, Pacific Northwest Association of Toxicologists Annual Meeting, Leavenworth, WA, September 1998. Second Place Student Poster Award.
24. Bartell SM, RA Ponce, RC Lee, TK Takaro, GS Omenn, and EM Faustman. Evaluating risk assessment biomarkers using the value-of-information framework. Platform, International Conference on Decommissioning and Decontamination and on Nuclear and Hazardous Waste Management, Denver, CO, September 1998.
25. Himmelbauer LD, SM Bartell, S Haness, E Nobmann, and RA Ponce. Linking ecological risk assessment to human health risk assessment: food-chain transfers to humans from subsistence ecological resources. Platform, Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Annual Meeting, Charlotte, NC, November 1998.
26. Lee RC, SM Bartell, RA Ponce, WC Griffith, AC Cullen, and DL Eaton. The value of biomarker information in aflatoxin risk management. Poster, Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, December 1998. *
27. Griffith WC, SB Curtis, SM Bartell, and EM Faustman. Revising strontium-90 radiation standards for environmental cleanup. Poster, Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, December 1998. *
28. Faustman EM, SM Bartell, RA Ponce, G van Belle, WC Griffith. New approaches to temporal issues in human health risk assessment. Platform, Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, December 1998. *
29. Takaro TK, RA Ponce, EM Faustman, GS Omenn, SM Bartell. Implications of uncertainty for establishing protection standards for beryllium. Platform, Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, December 1998. *
30. Lewandowski TA, SM Bartell, CH Pierce, RA Ponce, and EM Faustman. PBTK model of methylmercury toxicity in the fetal rat. Poster, Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, December 1998. *
31. Curtis SB, SM Bartell, EM Faustman, and WC Griffith. An index of harm for exposure to a combination of radiation and chemical pollutants. Platform, Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, December 1998. *
32.Lewandowski TA, JL Schroeder, RA Ponce, SM Bartell, and EM Faustman. In vivo determination of cell cycling rates in embryonic rat neural cells: development of a biologically-based toxicodynamic model for methyl mercury risk assessment. Poster, Society of Toxicology. New Orleans, LA, March 1999.
33. Ponce RA, SM Bartell, D Laflamme, C Carrington, EM Faustman, RC Lee, and PM Bolger. Development of public health assessments that consider risks from methylmercury and nutritional benefits of fish consumption. Platform, Fifth International Conference on Mercury as a Global Pollutant, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, May 1999.
34. Bartell SM, RA Ponce, RN Sanga, and EM Faustman. Human variability in steady state blood-to-hair, blood-to-intake, and hair-to-intake ratios for mercury: implications for health risk assessment. Platform, Fifth International Conference on Mercury as a Global Pollutant, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, May 1999.
35. Bartell SM, JS Shirai, CH Pierce, and JC Kissel. Estimation of childhood soil ingestion rates using a probabilistic toxicokinetic model and lead biomonitoring data. Platform, US EPA Workshop on Lead Model Development: Probabilistic Risk Assessment and Biokinetic Modeling, Research Triangle Park, NC, June 1999.
36. Bartell SM, JH Shirai, CH Pierce, and JC Kissel. Estimation of childhood soil ingestion rates using a probabilistic toxicokinetic lead model. Poster, Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, December 1999. *
37. Bartell SM, RA Ponce, WC Griffith, EM Faustman. Temporal fallacies in biomarker based exposure inference. Poster, Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, December 1999. *
38. Lewandowski TA, RA Ponce, S Hong, SM Bartell, and EM Faustman. Biologically-based dose-response model for methylmercury developmental toxicity incorporating novel in vivo cell cycling data. Poster, Society of Toxicology Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, March 2000.
39. Bartell SM, RA Ponce, TK Takaro, RO Zerbe, GS Omenn, and EM Faustman. Risk estimation and value-of-information analysis for three proposed genetic screening programs for chronic beryllium disease prevention. Platform, Sacramento Statistical Association Annual Meeting, Sacramento, CA, April 2000.
40. Wong EY, RA Ponce, SM Bartell, EM Faustman, and PM Bolger. Methodological Considerations in the Use of Quality Adjusted Life Years (QALYs) and Dose Response Models in a Comparative Analysis of Fish Consumption. Platform, Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting, Arlington, VA, December 2000.
41. Lewandowski TA, RA Ponce, SM Bartell, and EM Faustman. Comparison of developmental toxicity of methylmercury in vitro and in vivo: potential value of in vitro-derived data for dose-response assessment. Poster, Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting, Arlington, VA, December 2000. Student Merit Award in Dose-Response Assessment
42. Bartell SM, RA Ponce, TK Takaro, RO Zerbe, GS Omenn, and EM Faustman. Risk estimation and value-of-information analysis for three proposed genetic screening programs for chronic beryllium disease prevention. Platform, "A Decade of ELSI Research" Conference, Bethesda, MD, January 2001.
43. Hoeft JM, SM Bartell, EY Wong, TA Lewandowski, WC Griffith, and EM Faustman. A biologically based dose-response model for ethanol developmental neurotoxicity. Society of Toxicology Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, March 2001. Outstanding Presentation Awards for both Biological Modeling Specialty Section and Risk Assessment Specialty Section.
44. Lewandowski TA, SM Bartell, RA Ponce, EM Faustman. Mechanism-based comparison of in vitro and in vivo data on methylmercury toxicity in developing rodents. Society of Toxicology Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, March 2001.
45. Lewandowski TA, JM Hoeft, SM Bartell, EY Wong, WC Griffith, and EM Faustman. Mechanism based dose response models for non-cancer risk assessments: applications for evaluating developmental neurotoxicity. Platform, International Union of Toxicology International Congress on Toxicology, Sydney, Australia, 2001.
46. Lewandowski TA, JM Hoeft, SM Bartell, EY Wong, WC Griffith, and EM Faustman. Modeling Developmental Neurotoxicity and Mechanism Based Dose Response Models. Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting, Seattle, Washington, December 2001. *
47. Wong EY, RA Ponce, S Farrow, SM Bartell, RC Lee, and EM Faustman. Quantitative Methods for Comparative Risk and Policy Analysis. Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting, Seattle, Washington, December 2001. *
48. Bartell SM and WO Johnson. Statistical methods for non-steady state exposure estimation using biomarkers. Platform, Joint Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology and the International Society of Exposure Analysis, Vancouver, BC, 2002.
49. Bartell SM and WO Johnson. Generalized estimating equations for biomarker based exposure estimation. Poster, Joint Statistical Meetings, San Francisco, CA, August 2003.
50. Bartell SM and WO Johnson. Statistical methods for biomarker based exposure estimation under non-steady-state conditions. Poster, Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting, Palm Springs, CA, December 2004.
51. AM Riederer, SM Bartell, DB Barr, and PB Ryan. Diet and non-diet predictors of urinary pyrethroid metabolites in NHANES 1999-2002. Poster, Annual International Society of Exposure Analysis Conference, Tucson, AZ, October 2005.
52. ML Givens, SM Bartell, MA Pearson, and C Lu. Estimating Dietary Exposure Among Children Using Two Different Dietary Surveys. Presentation, Annual International Society of Exposure Analysis Conference, Tucson, AZ, October 2005.
53. Bartell SM. Outcome Based Tail Sampling: An Efficient Study Design. Poster, Joint Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology and the International Society of Exposure Analysis, Paris, France, September 2006.
54. Griffith WC, JM Gohlke, EM Vigoren, NL Judd, TL Lewandowski, SM Bartell, Defrank NM., Ramprasad J., Gribble EJ., and EM Faustman. Conceptual Framework for Linking Kinetic and Dynamic Process in Quantitative Models Describing Neurodevelopmental Toxicology. Poster, Joint Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology and the International Society of Exposure Analysis, Paris, France, September 2006.
55. Lu C, D Barr, M Pearson, S Bartell, R Bravo. A Longitudinal Approach of Assessing Urban and Pesticides. Poster, Joint Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology and the International Society of Exposure Analysis, Paris, France, September 2006.
56. Riederer AM, SM Bartell, PB Ryan. Predictors of Personal Air Concentrations of Chloroform Among U.S. Adults. Poster, Annual Conference of the International Society for Exposure Analysis, Durham, NC, October 2007.
57. Vieira V, T Webster, S Bartell, K Steenland, D Savitz, T Fletcher. PFOA community health studies: Exposure via drinking water contaminated by a teflon manufacturing facility. Presentation, Dioxin 2008: 28th International Symposium on Halogenated Persistent Organic Compounds, Birmingham, UK, August 2008.
58. Sarnat JA, KW Brown, S Bartell, SE Sarnat, A Wheeler, HH Suh, P Koutrakas. Assessing the Variability in Daily and Time-Averaged Exposure to Ambient PM: Results from Exposure Assessment Panel Studies in Four U.S. Cities. Symposium Presentation, Joint Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology and the International Society of Exposure Analysis, Pasadena, California, October 2008.
59. Vieira V, A Fraser, T Webster, GJ Howard, S Bartell. Accuracy of Automated and E911 Geocoding Methods for Rural Addresses. Presentation, Joint Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology and the International Society of Exposure Analysis, Pasadena, California, October 2008.
60. Bartell SM, Calafat A, Lyu C, Kato K, Ryan PB, Steenland K. Residents' PFOA serum concentrations before and after granular activated carbon filtration at public water systems in Little Hocking, Ohio and Lubeck, West Virginia. Symposium Presentation, Annual Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology, Dublin, Ireland, August 2009.
61. Shin HM, Bartell SM, Vieira VM, Detwiler RL, Steenland K, and Ryan PB. Retrospective Exposure Estimation for Perflurooctanoic Acid in Eastern Ohio and Western West Virginia. Symposium Presentation, Annual Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology, Dublin, Ireland, August 2009.
62. Shin HM, Vieira VM, Ryan PB, Detwiler RL, Sanders B, Steenland K, and Bartell SM. Retrospective Exposure Estimation for Perflurooctanoic Acid for Participants in the C8 Health Project. Invited Oral Presentation, PFAA Days III: Recent Advances in Perfluoroalkyl Acid Research, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, June 2010.
63. Shin HM, Bartell SM, Vieira VM, Detwiler RL, Steenland K, and Ryan PB. Environmental Fate and Transport Modeling for Perfluorooctanoic Acid Emitted from the Washington Works Facility. Poster, PFAA Days III: Recent Advances in Perfluoroalkyl Acid Research, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, June 2010.
64. Bartell SM, Lyu C, Ryan PB, and Steenland K. Decline of Perfluorooctanoic Acid in Human Serum Over Two Years Before and After Granular Activated Carbon Filtration in Two Public Water Supplies, and Implications for Half-Life Estimation. Poster, PFAA Days III: Recent Advances in Perfluoroalkyl Acid Research, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, June 2010.
65. Hoffman K, Webster TF, Bartell SM, Weisskopf MG, Fletcher T, and Vieira V. Private Drinking Water Wells as a Source fo Exposure to PFOA in Communities Surrounding a Fluoropolymer Production Facility. Poster, PFAA Days III: Recent Advances in Perfluoroalkyl Acid Research, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, June 2010.
66. Bartell SM, and Lewandowski T. Bias from administrative censoring in ecological analyses of autism, and a Bayesian solution. Presentation, Joint Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology and the International Society of Exposure Analysis, Seoul, South Korea, August 2010.
67. Hoffman K, Webster T, Bartell SM, Weisskopf M, Fletcher T, and Vieira V. Private drinking water wells as a source of exposure to PFOA in communities surrounding a Washington, West Virginia fluoropolymer production facility. Presentation, Joint Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology and the International Society of Exposure Analysis, Seoul, South Korea, August 2010.
68. Shin HM, Vieira V, Ryan PB, Detwiler R, Sanders B, Steenland K, and Bartell SM. Retrospective Exposure Estimation for Perfluorooctanoic Acid (PFOA) for Participants in the C8 Health Project. Presentation, Joint Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology and the International Society of Exposure Analysis, Seoul, South Korea, August 2010.
69. Vieira V, Shin H, Ryan P, Detwiler R, Sanders B, Webster T, Fletcher T, and Bartell S. PFOA-Contaminated site surrounding a Teflon manufacturing facility. Presentation, Dioxin 2010: 30th International Symposium on Halogenated Persistent Organic Pollutants, San Antonio, Texas, September 2010.
70. Bartell S, Lyu C, Ryan B, and Steenland K. Decline of perfluorooctanoic acid in human serum over two years before and after granular activated carbon filtration in two public water supplies, and implications for half-life estimation. Poster, Dioxin 2010: 30th International Symposium on Halogenated Persistent Organic Pollutants, San Antonio, Texas, September 2010.
71. Bartell SM, Foushee HR, Devereaux RS, Wolff PE, and Pavuk M, for the Anniston Environmental Health Research Consortium. Community perceptions regarding polycholorinated biphenyl contamination, exposure and health effects in Anniston, Alabama. Poster, Dioxin 2011: 31st International Symposium on Halogenated Persistent Organic Pollutants, Brussels, Belgium, August 2011.
72. Pavuk M, Aminov Z, Bartell S, Shelton C, and Carpenter D, for the Anniston Environmental Health Research Consortium. Heart disease, lipid profiles, and ortho-substituted PCB congeners in residents of Anniston, Alabama. Presentation, Dioxin 2011: 31st International Symposium on Halogenated Persistent Organic Pollutants, Brussels, Belgium, August 2011.
73. McKean S, Hertz-Picciotto I, Green P, and Bartell S. Combining newborn blood concentrations and questionnaire data to estimate individual cumulative prenatal methylmercury exposure among children with autism, developmental delay, and typical development. Presentation, Annual Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology, Barcelona, Spain, September 2011.
74. Bartell S, Calafat A, Lyu C, Steenland K, and Ryan B. Biphasic decline of serum perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) concentrations among Mid-Ohio Valley residents. Presentation, Annual Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology, Barcelona, Spain, September 2011.
75. Fletcher T, Fitz-Simon N, Genser B, Bartell S, Shin HM, Vieira V, and Armstrong B. Drinking water contaminated with perfluorinated chemicals: the use of modelled and measured serum concentrations in epidemiological analyses. Presentation, Annual Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology, Barcelona, Spain, September 2011.
76. Dove M, Foushee H, and Bartell S. Maternal exposure to polychlorinated biphenyls and low birthweight among residents of Anniston, Alabama. Poster, Annual Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology, Barcelona, Spain, September 2011.
77. Shin H, Steenland K, Vieira V, Ryan P, and Bartell S. Calibrating Retrospective Exposure Predictions with Single Biomarker Measurements using Bayesian Closed-Form Posteriors. Presentation, Annual Conference of the International Society for Exposure Science, Baltimore, Maryland, October 2011.
78. Fletcher T, Yucesoy B, Looker C, Mondal D, Fitz-Simon N, Bartell S, and Luster M. Genetic variations in kidney transporter proteins and serum half-lives of perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) and perfluorooctane sulfonic acid (PFOS) – Preliminary findings. Poster, Annual Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology, Columbia, South Carolina, August 2012.
79. Bartell S. The Use and Misuse of Exposure Biomarkers in Epidemiology. Presentation, Annual Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology, Columbia, South Carolina, August 2012.
80. Bartell S. Bias in Half-life Estimates Using Log Concentration Regression and Potential Solutions. Presentation, Annual Conference of the International Society for Exposure Science, Seattle, Washington, October 2012.
81. Laurent L, Wu J, Li L, Bartell S. Investigating the association between birth weight and complementary air pollution metrics in Southern California. Presentation, Annual Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology, Basel, Switzerland, August 2013.
82. Girguis M, Bartell S, Vieira V. Spatio-temporal Associations Between Birth Defects and Distance to Road. Poster, Annual Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology, Basel, Switzerland, August 2013.
83. Watkins D, Wellenius GA, Butler R, Bartell S, Fletcher T, Kelsey K. Associations between Serum Perfluoroalkyl Acids and LINE-1 DNA Methylation in a Highly Exposed Population. Presentation, Annual Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology, Basel, Switzerland, August 2013.
84. Avanasi R, Shin HM, Vieira VM, Bartell SM. Potential impacts of uncertainty in the C8 Science Panel exposure assessment for perfluorooctanoate. Poster, Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland, December 2013. Student Merit Award in Exposure Assessment.
85. Bartell SM. Exposure as a latent variable, using pharmacokinetic combination of biomarkers, behavioral data, and/or environmental measurements. Presentation, WNAR/IMS Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, June 2014.
86. Kim S, Bartell S, Gillen D. Robust Estimation of Benchmark Dose in the Presence or Absence of Hormesis Using Bayesian Model Averaging. Presentation, WNAR/IMS Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, June 2014.
87. Vieira V, Bartell S. Two-phase design in spatial analyses. Poster, WNAR/IMS Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, June 2014.
88. Bartell SM, Longhurst J, Tjoa T, Soutias C, Delfino RJ. Particulate air pollution, ambulatory heart rate variability, and cardiac arrhythmia in retirement community residents with coronary artery disease. Poster, Annual Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology, Seattle, Washington, August 2014.
89. Laurent O, J Hu, L Li, SM Bartell, MJ Kleeman, L Escobedo, M Cockburn, J Wu. Exposure to multiple sources and components of air pollution and preterm birth in California, 2001-2008. Presentation, International Society of Exposure Science Annual Meeting, Cincinnati, Ohio, October 2014.
90. Avanasi R, Shin HM, Vieira VM, SM Bartell. The impacts of exposure uncertainty on the reported association between perfluorooctanoate and preeclampsia. Presentation, International Society of Exposure Science Annual Meeting, Cincinnati, Ohio, October 2014.
91. Laurent O, J Hu, L Li, M Kleeman, SM Bartell, M Cockburn, L Escobedo, J Wu. Exposure To Multiple Sources And Components Of Air Pollution And Low Birth Weight In California, 2001-2008. Presentation, International Society of Environmental Epidemiology Annual Meeting, Sao Paolo, Brazil, September 2015.
92. Avanasi R, HM Shin, VM Vieira, DA Savitz, SM Bartell. Perfluorooctanoate Exposure And Pregnancy Outcomes In The C8 Health Project: Do Modeled Exposures Pose A High Risk Of Bias? Poster, International Society of Environmental Epidemiology Annual Meeting, Sao Paolo, Brazil, September 2015.
93. Girguis M, MJ Strickland, X Hu, Y Liu, SM Bartell, VM Vieira. Influence Of Acute Air Pollution Exposure On Infant Bronchiolitis Clinical Encounters. Presentation, International Society of Environmental Epidemiology Annual Meeting, Sao Paolo, Brazil, September 2015.
94. Avanasi R, HM Shin, VM Vieira, SM Bartell. Inter-individual variability in water ingestion rates and pharmacokinetic parameters, and impact on the epidemiological association between perfluorooctanoate and preeclampsia. Poster, International Society of Exposure Science Annual Meeting, Henderson, Nevada, October 2015.
95. Laurent O, J Hu, L Li, M Kleeman, SM Bartell, M Cockburn, L Escobedo, J Wu. Low birth weight and exposure to a mixture of air pollutants in California, 2001-2008. Presentation, International Society of Exposure Science Annual Meeting, Henderson, Nevada, October 2015.
96. Bartell SM. Estimation of past exposure based on recent biomarker and historical data using Bayesian methods and pharmacokinetic models. Symposium Presentation, International Society of Exposure Science Annual Meeting, Henderson, Nevada, October 2015.
97. Granillo L, KR Goh, A Cuevas, T Khader, U Khalid, M Vidal, L Aragon, S Bartell, Z Bic. Diabetes Risk Assessment of the UC Irvine Campus Population. Presentation, World Congress on Nursing & Healthcare, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, April 2016.
98. Shin HM, V Vieira, PB Ryan, K Steenland, S Bartell. Reconstructing historical exposures of perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) for large-scale epidemiologic studies. Presentation, Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology and International Society of Exposure Science - Asia Chapter, Sapporo, Japan, June 2016.
99. Bartell SM, G Hamra, K Steenland. Bayesian analysis of silica exposure and lung cancer, incorporating prior information from animal studies and a model for measurement error. Poster, International Society of Environmental Epidemiology Annual Meeting, Rome, Italy, August 2016.
100. Girguis M, M Strickland, X Hu, Y Liu, S Bartell, V Vieira. Chronic Air Pollution Exposure on Otitis Media and Infant Bronchiolitis Clinical Encounters. Poster, International Society of Environmental Epidemiology Annual Meeting, Rome, Italy, August 2016.