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Nicholas Newman

Associate Professor of Clinical-Affiliate

Pediatrics | College of Medicine

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Peer Reviewed Publications

Haynes, Erin N; Elam, Sarah; Burns, Roxanne; Spencer, Alonzo; Yancey, Elissa; Kuhnell, Pierce; Alden, Jody; Walton, Mike; Reynolds, Virgil; Newman, Nicholas; Wright, Robert O; Parsons, Patrick J; Praamsma, Meredith L; Palmer, Christopher D; Dietrich, Kim N 2016. Community Engagement and Data Disclosure in Environmental Health Research. Environmental health perspectives, 124 2, A24-7

Nanda, Maya K; LeMasters, Grace K; Levin, Linda; Rothenberg, Marc E; Assa'ad, Amal H; Newman, Nicholas; Bernstein, David; Khurana-Hershey, Gurjit; Lockey, James E; Ryan, Patrick H 2016. Allergic Diseases and Internalizing Behaviors in Early Childhood. Pediatrics, 137 1,

Newman, Nicholas; Carey, Patricia M 2015. Donor blood lead levels and transfusion safety in a vulnerable population. Transfusion, 55 11, 2544-6

Newman, Nick; Jones, Camille; Page, Elena; Ceballos, Diana; Oza, Aalok 2015. Investigation of Childhood Lead Poisoning from Parental Take-Home Exposure from an Electronic Scrap Recycling Facility — Ohio, 2012. MMWR. Morbidity and mortality weekly report, 64 27, 743-5

Roberts, James R; Newman, Nicholas; McCurdy, Leyla E; Chang, Jane S; Salas, Mauro A; Eskridge, Bernard; De Ybarrondo, Lisa; Sandel, Megan; Mazur, Lynnette; Karr, Catherine J 2015. Integrating Environmental Management of Asthma into Pediatric Health Care: What Worked and What Still Needs Improvement? Clinical pediatrics, ,

Newman, Nicholas; Lowry, Jennifer; Mall, Jennifer; Berger, Martha 2013. An ongoing lack of knowledge about lead poisoning. American journal of public health, 103 10, e9-e10

Trasande, Leonardo; Newman, Nicholas; Long, Linda; Howe, Genevieve; Kerwin, Beth J; Martin, Richard J; Gahagan, Sheila A; Weil, William B . Translating knowledge about environmental health to practitioners: are we doing enough? The Mount Sinai journal of medicine, New York, 77 1, 114-23