Environmental and Occupational Health

Studies explore environmental exposures in relation to morbidity and mortality, looking at both individuals who are occupationally exposed and others in the general population.

This study will explore the relationship between exposure levels to air pollution and pregnancy outcomes.
This study will examine the molecular mechanisms of arsenic carcinogenesis to facilitate the development of novel strategies to prevent, diagnose or treat arsenic associated diseases, including cancer.
This project will evaluate metabolic changes in response to air pollution exposure and provide insight on potential mechanisms through which air pollution may increase the risk of various diseases.
The goal of this study is to examine the dose-related response of the adolescent brain to organophosphorus pesticides (OP) pesticides, to determine if repeated exposures produce a progressive deficit and to determine if this deficit is reversible.
As a follow-up to the 2003-2009 Buffalo Cardio-Metabolic Occupational Police Stress Study, this project will examine how job stress affects police officers over time and detail specific causes of stress.
This project will conduct a prospective cohort study and a retrospective occupational cohort study in response to an airborne environmental contamination affecting several communities.