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Erin Haynes, DrPH  
Erin Haynes, DrPH
Specialty: Environmental Health
Sub-Specialty: Epidemiology and Biostatistics
Department: Environmental Health
Title: Associate Professor/ Director-Master of Science in Clinical Research Training Program
Phone: (513) 558-5427
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BS: Wilmington College, 1995
MS (Environmental Toxicology): University of Cincinnati, 1997
DrPH (Public Health/Environmental Health Sciences): University of Michigan, 2002
Fellowship (Molecular Epidemiology): University of Cincinnati, 2004


Effect of low-level toxicant exposures on neurobehavioral outcomes

Current Research:

NIEHS-funded R21 to study the neurobehavioral effects of low level manganese exposure.

Recent Awards/Honors:

Haynes E, Lanphear BP, Kalkwarf HJ, Hornung R, Wenstrup R, Dietrich KN. Vitamin D receptor fok1 polymorphism and blood lead concentration in children. Environmental Health Perspectives, 2001.


Haynes E, Lanphear BP, Tohn E, Farr N, Rhoads G. The effects of interior lead hazard control on children’s blood lead concentrations: a systematic review. Environmeantal Health Perspectives, 2002.


Kelada SN, Shelton (Haynes) E, Kaufmann RB, Khoury MJ. Alpha-aminolevulinic acid dehdratase (ALAD) genotype and lead toxicity: a HuGE review. American Journal of Epidemiology, 2001.


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