Explore the Integration of Distributed Lag Models for Diesel Exhaust with Methods to Control Healthy Worker Survivor Bias to Assess Benefits of Exposure Interventions in Non-metal Miners Exploratory Research Projects Regarding Mining-Related Health Problems (AFC618) University of California at Berkeley (Grant number AFC618-63)
Category Archives: Respiratory Disease
Elucidating the Individual and Combined Toxicity of Coal Mine Dust Constituents and Their Contribution to disease in Modern US Coal Miners University of Illinois (Grant AFC820-59)
The Effect of Coal and Mine Respirable Dust Size on Lung Cells and Exposure Assessment Colorado State University (Grant AFC820-43)
Reducing Mortality Risks in the Extended Diesel Exhaust and Miners Study (DEMS) University of California at Berkeley (Grant AFC820-15)
Ischemic Heart Disease Mortality and Diesel Exhaust and Respirable Dust Exposure in the Diesel Exhaust in Miners Study Published in American Journal of Epidemiology, Vol. 187, No. 12., August 2018, Costello, Sadie et al.
Revisiting Lung Cancer Risk from Silica Exposure in Miners: Proposed Standards, Prevailing Biases, and Modern Methodology 2nd Solicitation for Single Investigator Research Grants University of California, Final Technical Report (AFC215-31)
Further Characterizing Respirable Coal Mine Particulates: Submicron Particles, Metals and Diesel Exhaust 3rd Solicitation for Research Grants (AFC316) Virginia Tech (Grant Number AFC316-17)
Asthma-and COPD-Associated Inflammasome Activation Induced by Rock Dust University of the Pacific (Grant number AFC719-12)
Evaluating a Virtual ‘Community of Practice’ in Pneumoconiosis Mortality Hotspots in the United States University of New Mexico (Grant number AFC719-14)
Evaluation of Silicosis, Asthma and COPD among Sand and Gravel and Stone Surface Miners Michigan State University (Grant Number AFC719-35)
Connecting Dust Characteristics and Worker Health in Underground Coal Mining 1st Solicitation for Single Investigator Research Grants (AFC113) University of Pittsburgh (Grant number AFC113-11)
Characteristics of Dust and Risk Factors Associated with the Development of Rapidly Progressive Pneumoconiosis and Progressive Massive Fibrosis University of Illinois (Grant Number AFC417-1)
The Effect Of Dust Particles On Airway Mucus Viscosity And Mucociliary Transport University of California, Merced (Grant Number: AFC618-01)
Explore the Integration of Distributed Lag Models for Diesel Exhaust with Methods to Control Healthy Worker Survivor Bias to Assess Benefits of Exposure Interventions in Non-metal Miners University of California, Berkeley (Grant Number AFC618-63)
A Smart Device for Mine Dust Characterization and Coal Workers’ Health Improvement: Combining Non-Destructive, Element-Specific X-ray CT with Big Data Analytics & Machine Learning Virginia Tech (Grant Number AFC518-40)
A Standard Characterization Methodology for Respirable Coal Mine Dust Using SEM-EDX Article published in Resources 2015 Seller, R., Sarver, E. Baxter, D.
Revisiting Lung Cancer Risk from Silica Exposure in Miners: Proposed Standards, Prevailing Biases, and Modern Methodology_AFC215-31_California
Revisiting Lung Cancer Risk from Silica Exposure in Miners: Proposed Standards, Prevailing Biases, and Modern Methodology University of California (Grant Number AFC215-31)
Connecting Dust Characteristics and Worker Health in Underground Coal Mining University of Pittsburgh (Grant Number AFC113-11)
Considerations for TGA of Respirable Coal Mine Dust Samples 15th North American Mine Ventilation Symposium, 2015 Scaggs, M., Sarvera, E., Keles, C.
Considerations for an Automated SEM-EDX Routine for Characterizing Respirable Coal Mine Dust 15th North American Mine Ventilation Symposium, 2015 Johanna, V. A. and Sarvera, E. A.