Member of American Industrial Hygiene Association - Michigan Section


Founded in 1938, the Michigan Industrial Hygiene Society is composed of highly trained professionals who service the communities’ environmental and occupational health needs.

Best Papers AIHA Journal – 2004 to Present

 

Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene: 2004 to Present


2021 – Personal and Area Exposure Assessment at a Stainless-Steel Fabrication Facility: An Evaluation of Inhalable, Time-Resolved PM10, and Bioavailable Airborne Metals, Ashley Newton, Karin Adams, PhD, CIH, Berrin Serdar, L.Miriam Dickinson, and Kristen Koehler, Volume 18, Issue 2 / February 2021

2020 – Fentanyl and Carfentanil Permeation through Commercial Disposable GlovesLee Ann Greenawald, Kent C. Hofacre & Edward M. Fisher, Volume 17, Issue 9 / September 2020

2019 – Assessment of respirator fit capability test criteria for full-facepiece air-purifying respirators, Michael S. Bergman, Ziging Zhunag, Susan Shuhong Xu, Samy Rengasamy, Robert B. Lawrence, Brenda Boutin & James R. Harris, Volume 16, Issue 7 / July 2019

2018 – Personal exposure of dairy workers to dust, endotoxin, muramic acid, ergosterol, and ammonia on large-scale dairies in the high plains Western United States,  Margaret E. Davidson, Joshua Schaeffer, Maggie L. Clark, Sheryl Magzamen, Elizabeth J. Brooks, Thomas J. Keefe, Mary Bradford, Noa Roman-Muniz, John Mehaffy, Gregory Dooley, Jill A. Poole, Frank M. Mitloehner, Sue Reed, Marc B. Schenker & Stephen J. Reynolds, Volume 15, Issue 3 / March 2018

2017 – Impact of Time and Assisted Donning on Respirator Fit, Brian Rembialkowski, Margaret Sietsema, and Lisa Brosseau, ScD, CIH, Volume 14, Issue 9 / September 2017

2016 – Development of the chemical exposure monitor with indoor positioning (CEMWIP) for workplace VOC surveys, K.K. Brown , P.B. Shaw , K.R. Mead, R.J. Kovein, R.T. Voorhees & A.R. Brandes Volume 13, Issue 4 / April 2016

2015 – An Empirical Model of Human Aspiration in Low-Velocity Air Using CFD Investigations, T. Renée Anthony & Kimberly R. Anderson Volume 12, Issue 4 / April 2015

2014 – Exposures and Cross-shift Lung Function Declines in Wildland Firefighters, Denise M. Gaughan, Chris A. Piacitelli, Bean T. Chen, Brandon F. Law, M. Abbas Virji, Nicole T. Edwards, Paul L. Enright, Diane E. Schwegler-Berry, Stephen S. Leonard, Gregory R. Wagner, Lester Kobzik, Stefanos N. Kales, Michael D. Hughes, David C. Christiani, Paul D. Siegel, Jean M. Cox-Ganser & Mark D. Hoover Volume 11, Issue 9 / September 2014

2013 – Decontamination of a Hospital Room Using Gaseous Chlorine Dioxide: Bacillus anthracis, Francisella tularensis, and Yersinia pestis John J. Lowe, Shawn G. Gibbs, Peter C. Iwen, Philip W. Smith, & Angela L. Hewlett; University of Nebraska Medical Center – Omaha, Nebraska, College of Public Health &/or College of Medicine Volume 10, Issue 10 / October 2013

2012 Assessing Potential Nanoparticle Release During Nanocomposite Shredding Using Direct-Reading Instruments, Peter Raynor, Jessica Ingraham Cebula, Bernard Olson (University of Minnesota), Jeffrey Spangenberger (Argonne National Laboratory), Jean Dasch & James D’Arcy (General Motors R&D Center) Volume 9, Issue 1 / January 2012

2011 Development of a Sampling Patch to Determine Dermal Exposures to Monomeric and Polymeric 1,6 Hexamethylene Diisocyanate – A Pilot Study, Jennifer Thomasen, Kenneth W. Fent and Leanna Nylander-French of the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill Volume 8, Issue 12 / December 2011

2010 Metalworking Fluid-Related Aerosols in Machining PlantsYan Gilbert, Marc Veillette, Anne Mériaux, Jacques Lavoie, Yvon Cormier, and Caroline Duchaine Volume 7, Issue 5 / May 2010

2009 Airborne Monitoring to Distinguish Engineered Nanomaterials from Incidental Particles for Environmental Health and Safety, Thomas M. Peters, Sherrie Elzey, Ronald Johnson, Heaweon Park, Vicki H. Grassian, Patrick O’Shaughnessy, The University of Iowa and Tabitha Maher, Altair Nanotechnologies Volume 6, Issue 2 / February 2009

2008 A Moving Robotic Hand System for Whole-Glove Permeation and Penetration: Captan and Nitrile Gloves, Robert Phalen, Shane Que Hee Volume 5, Issue 4 / April 2008

2007 Slow Curing of Aliphatic Polyisocyanate Paints in Automotive Refinishing: A Potential Source of Skin Exposure, Dhimiter Bello, Judy Sparer, Carrie A. Redlich, Karim Ibrahim, Meredith H. Stowe, and Youcheng Liu Volume 4, Number 6 / June 2007

2006 An Evaluation of Conditions That May Affect the Performance of Houseboat Exhaust Stacks in Prevention of Carbon Monoxide Poisonings from Generators, Duane R. Hammond, G. Scott Earnest, Ronald M. Hall, and Amy Feng (NIOSH) Volume 3, Number 6 / June 2006

2005 Characterization of Respiratory Exposures at a Microwave Popcorn Plant with Cases of Bronchiolitis Obliterans, Greg Kullman, Randy Boylstein, William Jones, Chris Piacitelli, Stephanie Pendergrass, and Kathleen Kreiss Volume 2, Number 3 / March 2005

2004 Limitations of Using Dosimeters in Impulse Noise Environments, Chucri Kardous and Robert Willson Volume 1, Number 7 / July 2004


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