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Journal of Pregnancy and Child Health
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Richard Neitze

Richard L Neitzel, PhD, MS, CIH, FAIHA Assistant Professor of Environmental Health Sciences and Risk Science Center, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA.


Richard L Neitzel is Assistant Professor of Environmental Health Sciences and Risk Science Center, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA. He had done his Education in University of Washington, USA. He also worked in Research Scientist at University of Washington School of Public Health. He published so many articles Neitzel RL, Galusha D, Dixon-Ernst C, Rabinowitz PM (2014). Methods for evaluating temporal trends in noise exposure International Journal of Audiology, S2, S76-83. Neitzel RL, Krenz J, de Castro AB (2014). Safety and health hazard observations in Hmong farming operations Journal of Agromedicine Hammer MS, Swinburn TK, Neitzel RL (2014). Environmental Noise Pollution in the United States: Developing an Effective Public Health Response Environmental Health Perspectives, 2, 115-9. Lewis R, Gershon RRM, Neitzel RL. (June, 2013). Estimation of permanent noise-induced hearing loss in an urban setting Environmental Science and Technology.
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Neitzel Exposure Research Laboratory There is currently a great deal of focus in occupational and environmental health on emerging technologies and their potential impacts on human health. However, as important and intriguing as these emerging issues are, there are many existing hazards that we have known about for years, decades, and even longer, and yet continue to grapple with. To help address these important human health issues, the research of the Exposure Research Lab focuses on the application of novel exposure- and health-related sensing technologies to evaluate exposures to noise and other physical hazards; on assessment of auditory and non-auditory health effects associated with noise exposure and exposure to ototoxic agents; and on characterization of injury risk associated with noise exposure and transportation-related activities, with a particular focus on bicycling.

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