Erin, Haynes Erin Haynes
Assistant Professor
 
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G32A Kettering
 
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Clinical Research Training Program
Communities Actively Researching Exposure Study

Research Description:

Dr. Haynes’ primary research interest is to examine the effect of low-level toxicant exposures on neurobehavioral outcomes by working with affected to communities. Specific research interests include evaluating biological and health outcomes in children resulting from exposure to multiple metals, such as lead and manganese, evaluating gene-environment interactions that may influence the neurobehavioral effect of metal exposure, and increasing public knowledge of environmental toxicants that threaten public health.

Dr. Haynes is also the Director of the Director of the Community Outreach and Engagement Core within the NIEHS funded Center for Environmental Genetics, and Director of the Clinical and Translational Research training program.

Related News:
3/25/2014 Studying Carroll County air to test for pollutants tied to fracking
2/1/2014 Community engagement drives new pilot study on fracking and air quality
1/13/2014 Here's why UC researchers are digging into fracking
10/20/2013 Fracking County
10/14/2013 Research Team Wins Grant to Continue Development of Portable Sensor
9/11/2013 Clinical Research Training Programs Enhance Productivity
9/4/2013 Environmental Health Faculty, Students Enjoy Successful Conference in Basel Switzerland
7/18/2013 Possible negative neurological link from manganese
11/4/2011 Air quality, health study begins in East Liverpool
10/18/2011 Erin N. Haynes: UC professor, environmental health researcher
8/4/2011 New sensor seen as tool to detect manganese
8/1/2011 New UC Sensor Promises Rapid Detection of Dangerous Heavy Metal Levels in Humans
5/27/2011 Health study proposal debated again
3/19/2011 Health study likely this summer
12/17/2008 Cambridge City Schools Board of Education: District to Take Part in Study
11/18/2008 UC Breathes New Life Into Clinical Research Community With New Master's Program
11/10/2008 UC Adds Master's Program in Clinical and Translational Research
10/22/2008 Haynes visits Marietta to give update on children's health study
7/16/2008 Unexplained (Emissions) Mysteries Haynes
7/15/2008 $2.6 Million to Study Health Effects of Manganese
5/1/2008 Marietta (Ohio) Times: UC to Study Manganese Exposure Among Children
1/8/2008 Researcher Tries to Get Handle on Potentially Hazardous Plant Emissions
10/23/2007 Proposed Local Manganese Study Discussed
4/29/2007 Air Pollution Survey
4/16/2007 Mid-Ohio Valley Residents Needed for Air Pollution Survey

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