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Featured Publications, Assessments and Reviews



  • Allergy and Immunotoxicology in Occupational Health - The Next Step, Takemi Otsuki et al, Springer, 2020 

  • Nanotube Superfiber Materials: Science, Manufacturing, Commercialization, 2nd Edition, Mark J. Schulz et al, Elsevier, 2019

  • NANOINDEX Guidance Document (2017): Assessment of Personal Exposure to Airborne Nanomaterials  

  • G. Ramachandran, Assessing Nanoparticle Risks to Human Health 2nd Edition, Elsevier, Cambridge, MA USA.


  • D. Chauhan, C. Xu, D. Chen, A. Kubley, B. Brandewie, G. Hou, W. Li, V. Ng, M. Rabiee, M. Cahay, W. Kim, S. Chaudhary, K. Moinuddin, M. Paine, R. Kleismit, D. Mast, S. Devarakonda, S. Son, V. Shanov and M. Schulz* (2019) Introduction to Carbon Nanotube Hybrid Textiles, Journal of Textile Science & Fashion Technology, Vol. 1 Issue 5.

  • Douglas Leaffer, Christopher Wolfe, Steve Doroff, David Gute, Grace Wang and Patrick Ryan (2019) Wearable Ultrafine Particle and Noise Monitoring Sensors Jointly Measure Personal CoExposures in a Pediatric Population, Int. J. Environmental Research and Public Health, 16, 308.

  • Report, Puget Sound Clean Air Agency (2018) Near-Road Air Toxics Study in the Chinatown International District.

  • C. M. Grabinski, Mark M. Methner, Jerimiah M. Jackson, Alexander L. Moore, Laura E. Flory, Trevor Tilly, Saber M. Hussain & Darrin K. Ott (2017) Characterization of exposure to byproducts from firing lead-free frangible ammunition in an enclosed, ventilated firing range, Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene, 14:6, 461-472

  • C. A. Swift, E. G. Mbonimpa, R. M. Eninger, C. M. Grabinski (2017), M1A1 Abrams Main Battle Tank Crew Member Occupational Inhalation Health Hazard Risk Analysis, American Industrial Hygiene Conference & Exposition, Seattle, Washington, USA, June 4 -7.

  • Report, Seattle & King County (2017) South Park Community Center Open Space Design Plan; Rapid Health Impact Assessment (HIA).

  • Pravin Bhiwapurkar (2017) HEALTH IMPACTS OF MICROENVIRONMENTS IN THE SUMMER, Archituecture of Complexity: Design, Systems, Society and Environment, University of Utah, June 14 – 17, Salt Lake City, Utah

  • C. Grabinski (2016) Ventilation Assessment and Particle Clearance in an Enclosed Firing Range, Technical Report,01 Jan 2016,01 Dec 2016, USAFSAM/FHOF Wright-Patterson AFB United States.

  • C. Asbach, A.M. Todea (2016) Persönliche Exposition gegenüber ultrafeinen Partikeln im Alltag Gefahrstoffe - Reinhalt. Luft, 76, pp. 316-321.

  • Asbach, C., Todea, A.M. (2016), Personal exposure to ultrafine particles in everyday life, Gefahrstoffe Reinhaltung der Luft, Volume 76, Issue 9, September 2016, Pages 315-321.

  • Wolfe C, LeMasters G, Lockey J, Son S, Ryan P., Microenvironmental exposure to ultrafine particles among adolescent children characterized by a personal sensor with high spatial and temporal resolution. A poster presented at the International Society of Exposure Science Annual Meeting, October 2016, Utrecht, Netherlands.

  • P. H. Ryan, S. Son, C. Wolfe, J. Lockey, C. Brokamp, G. LeMasters (2015) A field application of a personal sensor for ultrafine particle exposure in children, Science of the Total Environment, 508 pp. 366–373.


  • I. Iavicoli, L Fontana, P. Pingue, A. Todea, C. Asbach (2018), Assessment of occupational exposure to engineered nanomaterials in research laboratories using personal monitors, Science of the Total Environment, 627 pp. 689–702.

  • C. Asbach, A. Schmitz, F. Schmidt, C. Monz, A. M. Todea (2017), Intercomparison of a Personal CPC and Different Conventional CPCs, Aerosol and Air Quality Research 17(5): 1132-1141.

  • C. Asbacha, C. Alexanderb, S. Clavaguerac, D. Dahmannd, H. Dozolc, B. Faurec, M. Fierze, L. Fontanaf, I. Iavicolif,g, H. Kaminskia, L. MacCalmanb, A. Meyer-Plathh, B. Simonowh, M. Tongerenb, A. M. Todea (2017), Review of measurement techniques and methods for assessing personalexposure to airborne nanomaterials in workplaces, Sci. Total Environ., 15 (603–604), pp. 793-806.

  • K. A. Koehler, T. Peters, (2015), New Methods for Personal Exposure Monitoring for Airborne Particles, Curr Environ Health Rep. 2015 December ; 2(4): 399–411

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