A Useful Bibliography

Albertini R, Bird M, Doerrer N, Needham L, Robison S, Sheldon L, Zenic H. 2006. The use of biomonitoring data in exposure and human health risk assessment. Environmental Health Perspectives 114(11):1755-1762. (free)

Angerer J, Aylward LL, Hays SM, Heinzow B, Wilhelm M. 2011. Human biomonitoring assessment values: approaches and data requirements. International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health 214(5):348-360.

Angerer J, Ewers U, Wilhelm M. 2007. Human biomonitoring: state of the art. International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health 210(3-4):201-228.

Association of Public Health Laboratories (APHL). 2015. National Biomonitoring Plan. Silver Springs, MD.

Calafat AM, Needham LL. 2009. What additional factors beyond state-of-the-art analytical methods are needed for optimal generation and interpretation of biomonitoring data? Environmental Health Perspectives 117(10):1481-1485.

Chaudhuri S, Petty E, Milhalic J, McKay D, Silva G, Patel J, Smith M, Zhang J. 2017. Leveraging Multi-State Analytical Capabilities- Biomonitoring in the Four Corners States: An update. Association of Public Health Laboratories 2017 Annual Meeting, Providence, Rhode Island. June 11-14, 2017.

Chaudhuri S, Broekemeier M, Butler C, Coyle A, Iuliano K, James KA, LeFevre S. 2017. Four Corners States Biomonitoring Consortium: Lessons Learned During Implementation. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice 23:S93-S96.

Clewell HJ, Tan YM, Campbell JL, Andersen ME. 2008. Quantitative interpretation of human biomonitoring data. Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology 231(1):122-133.

Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists (CSTE). 2012. Biomonitoring in Public health: Epidemiologic Guide for State, Local and Tribal Public Health Agencies. Atlanta, GA.

Fiddicke U, Schwedler G, Seiwert M, Joas R, Goas A, Biot P Aerfs D, Casteleyn L, Dumez B, et al. 2015. Lessons learnt on recruitment and fieldwork from a pilot European human biomonitoring survey. Environmental Research 141:15-23.

National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES). 2016. Publications.

Needham LL, Calafat AM, Barr DB. 2007. Uses and issues of biomonitoring. International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health 210(3-4):229-238.

Paustenbach D, Galbraith D. 2006. Biomonitoring: is body burden relevant to public health? Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology 44(3):249-261.

Paustenbach D, Galbraith D. 2006. Biomonitoring and biomarkers: exposure assessment will never be the same. Environmental Health Perspectives 114(8):1143-1149. (free)

Pedersen M, Merlo DF, Knudsen LE. 2007. Ethical issues to biomonitoring studies on children. International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health 210(3-4):479-482.

Pirkle JL, Needham LL, Sexton K. 1995. Improving exposure assessment by monitoring human tissues for toxic chemicals. Journal of Exposure Analysis and Environmental Epidemiology 5:(3)405-424.

Sepai O, Collier C, Van Tongelen B, Casteleyn L. 2008. Human biomonitoring data interpretation and ethics; obstacles or sumountable challenges? Environmental Health 7(Suppl 1):S13. (free)

Sexton K, Needham LL, Pirkle JL. 2004. Human biomonitoring of environmental chemicals. American Scientist 92(1):38-45.

Smolders R, Schramm K-W, Nickmilder M, Schoeters G. 2009. Applicability of non-invasively collected matrices for human biomonitoring. Environmental Health 8:8.

Sobus JR, Tan YM, Pleil JD, Sheldon LS. 2011. A biomonitoring framework to support exposure and risk assessments. Science of the Total Environment 409(22):4875-4884.

Thomsen M, Knudsen LE, Vorkamp K, Frederiksen M, Bach H, Bonefeld-Jorgensen EC, Rastogi S, Fauser P, Krongaard T, Sorensen PB. 2008. Conceptual framework for a Danish human biomonitoring program. Environmental Health 7(Suppl 1):S3.

World Health Organization (WHO). 2015. Human biomonitoring: Facts and Figures. Copenhagen, DK.


Last Update: October 16, 2017