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Readings for Speakers & Events: Natasha K. DeJarnett 9/17/21

Supporting readings for on-campus speakers and events.


Natasha K. DeJarnett, PhD. MPH.

Convocation Speaker
September 17, 2021.

Creative Intelligence Series


Abplanalp, Wesley, Natasha DeJarnett, Daniel W. Riggs, Daniel J. Conklin, James P. McCracken, Sanjay Srivastava, Zhengzhi Xie, Shesh Rai, Aruni Bhatnagar, and Toole, Timothy E. O. 2017. “Benzene Exposure Is Associated with Cardiovascular Disease Risk.” PLoS ONE 12 (9): 1–15. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0183602.

Byrne, Maggie K., S. Kayleigh Hall, Natasha DeJarnett, and Reem Tariq. 2020. “Uncovering Environmental Health Needs and Opportunities.Journal of Environmental Health 83 (1): 34–36.

Dr. Natasha DeJarnett. 2020. "National Environmental Health Association: Why Public Health Matters." deBeaumont Foundation. viewed 8/6/21

DeJarnett, Natasha, Katherine Robb, Ivana Castellanos, Louise Dettman, and Surili S. Patel. 2018. “The American Public Health Association’s 2017 Year of Climate Change and Health: Time for Action.” American Journal of Public Health 108 (May): S76–77. doi:10.2105/AJPH.2017.304168.

Kim, Thuy N., Melanie J. Firestone, Natasha DeJarnett, Laura Wildey, Jesse C. Bliss, David T. Dyjack, Jennifer Edwards, Harlan Stueven, and Craig W. Hedberg. 2021. “Disclosing Inspection Results at Point-of-Service: Affect of Characteristics of Food Establishment Inspection Programs on Foodborne Illness Outcomes. (Cover Story).” Journal of Environmental Health 83 (6): 8–13.

Perkowitz, Robert M., Meighen Speiser, Rebecca C. Rehr, and Natasha DeJarnett. 2020. “Environmental Health Leadership on Climate Solutions Amidst COVID-19.” Journal of Environmental Health 83 (1): 38–40.

Riggs, Daniel W., Ray Yeager, Daniel J. Conklin, Natasha DeJarnett, Rachel J. Keith, Andrew P. DeFilippis, Shesh N. Rai, and Aruni Bhatnagar. 2021. “Residential Proximity to Greenness Mitigates the Hemodynamic Effects of Ambient Air Pollution.American Journal of Physiology: Heart & Circulatory Physiology 320 (3): H1102–11. doi:10.1152/ajpheart.00689.2020.

Yeager, Ray, Daniel W. Riggs, Natasha DeJarnett, Shweta Srivastava, Pawel Lorkiewicz, Zhengzhi Xie, Tatiana Krivokhizhina, et al. 2020. “Association between Residential Greenness and Exposure to Volatile Organic Compounds.” Science of the Total Environment 707 (March): N.PAG. doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.135435.