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Mordukhovich, I., Beyea, J., et al., Polymorphisms in DNA repair genes, traffic-related polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon exposure and breast cancer incidence (abstract only), International Journal of Cancer, 2016, 39:310-321

White AJ, et al., Exposure to multiple sources of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and breast cancer incidence (abstract only), Environment International, 2016, 189-90:185-192

White AJ, et al., Sources of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons are associated with gene-specific promoter methylation in women with breast cancer (abstract only), Environmental Research, 2016, 145:93-100

Mordukhovich, I., Beyea, J., et al., Vehicular Traffic-Related Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Exposure and Breast Cancer Incidence: The Long Island Breast Cancer Study Project (LIBCSP), Environmental Health Perspectives, 2015, 124:30-38

White AJ, Teitelbaum SL, Stellman SD, Beyea J, Steck SE, Mordukhovich I, et al., Indoor air pollution exposure from use of indoor stoves and fireplaces in association with breast cancer: a case-control study, Environmental Health, 2014, 13:108

Heinz, G., Ploner, M, Beyea, J., Confidence intervals after multiple imputation: combining profile likelihood information from logistic regressions (abstract only), Statistics in Medicine, 2013, 32:5063-5076

Beyea, J., Stellman, S.D., Teitelbaum, S., Mordukhovich, I., Gammon, M.D., Imputation method for lifetime exposure assessment in air pollution epidemiologic studies, Environmental Health, 2013, 12:62

Li, Y,, Nie, J, Beyea, J., ........Freudenheim, Jo L.Exposure to traffic emissions: Associations with biomarkers of antioxidant status and oxidative damage, Environmental Research, 2013,121:31-38

Beyea, J., The smart electricity grid and scientific research, Science, 2010, 328:979-980

Beyea, J., Stellman, S.D., Hatch, M., Gammon, M.D., Airborne emissions from 1961 to 2004 of Benzo[a]pyrene from US vehicles per km of travel based on tunnel studies, Environmental Science & Technology, 2008, 42:7315-7320

Supporting information for, "Airborne emissions from 1961 to 2004 of Benzo[a]pyrene from US vehicles per km of travel based on tunnel studies"

Nie, J., Beyea, J., et al., Exposure to Traffic Emissions throughout Life and Risk of Breast Cancer: The Western New York Exposures and Breast Cancer (WEB) Study , Cancer Causes and Control, 2007, 18(9):947-955

Beyea J, Hatch M, et al., Validation and calibration of a model used to reconstruct historical exposure to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons for use in epidemiologic studies, Environmental Health Perspectives, 2006, 114(7):1053-1058

(Supplement to above paper)

Shantakumar, S., M. D. Gammon, et al. Residential environmental exposures and other characteristics associated with detectable PAH-DNA adducts in peripheral mononuclear cells in a population-based sample of adult females, J Expo Anal Environ Epidemiol, 2005 15(6): 482-490. doi:10.1038/sj.jea.7500426

Nie J, Beyea J, et al., Traffic Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) Genetic Susceptibility and Risk of Breast Cancer, 3rd International Congress of Developmental Origins of Health and Disease, November 16-19, 2005, Toronto. Pediatric Research 2005, 58:1025 (abstract)

Nie J, Beyea J, et al., Environmental exposure to traffic polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and risk of breast cancer, Amer Assoc for Cancer Research Annual Meeting, Anaheim, 2005, Proc Amer Assoc Cancer Res: 46:513 (abstract)

Gammon MD, Sagiv SK, et al., Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH)-DNA adducts and breast cancer: a pooled analysis, Archives of Environmental Health, 2004 59:640-649

Beyea J, Hatch M, et al., Development of a traffic model for predicting airborne PAH exposures since 1960 on Long Island, New York. (600 kb), Report to the National Cancer Institute, and the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences for work completed under USPHS Grant U01-CA/ES-66572.

Historical reconstruction of exposure to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and model validation: examples from the Long Island Breast Cancer Study Project. (Beyea, Hatch, Stellman, Gammon et al.) Invited paper presented at the Joint Conference of the International Society of Exposure Analysis and the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology, Vancouver, August 2002.

Gammon, M. D. et al., The Long Island Breast Cancer Study Project: Description of a multi-institutional collaboration to identify environmental risk factors for breast cancer, Breast Cancer Res Treat,, 2002: 74:235-254

Validation of airborne PAH exposure opportunity estimates for a large-scale epidemiologic study using soil samples collected at subjects' homes. (Stellman, Beyea, Hatch et al.) Meeting of the International Society of Exposure Analysis, poster, Charleston, 2001.

Spatial distribution of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in 500 residential soils samples collection on Long Island, NY in relation to traffic patterns. (Beyea, Stellman, Hatch et al.) 22nd Annual Meeting of the Society for Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, poster, Baltimore, Nov. 12-15, 2001.

Scientific misconceptions among Daubert gatekeepers: the need for reform of expert review procedures. (with Daniel Berger) Law and Contemporary Problems 64: 325-387, 2001.

Scientists in the Courtroom, Science, 284:1125,1999 (letter).

Potential Toxic and Carcinogenic Chemical Contaminants in Source-Separated Municipal Solid Waste Composts: Review of Available Data and Recommendations, (3.7 mb) (Cook and Beyea), Toxicological and Environmental Chemistry, 67:27-69, 1998.

Geographic exposure modeling: A valuable extension of Geographic Information Systems for use in Environmental Epidemiology, (Beyea and Hatch), Environmental Health Perspectives 107, Supplement I: 181-190, 1999

The Importance of Specifying the Underlying Biologic Model in Estimating the Probability of Causation, (Beyea and Greenland), Health Physics 76: 269-274, 1999.

Issues in the Dose-Response Analysis of the Mayak Case-Control Study (1 mb), Health Physics, 74(6): 726-727 (1998).

Comments on 'A reevaluation of cancer incidence near the Three Mile Island nuclear plant' " (with Hatch and Susser), Environ Health Perspect 105(1), 12 (1997)

"Cancer Rates after the Three Mile Island Nuclear Accident and Proximity of Residence to the Plant", (with Hatch, Wallenstein, Nieves, Susser), American Journal of Public Health, 18(6), June 1991.

"Cancer Near the Three Mile Island Nuclear Plant: Radiation Emissions", (Hatch, Beyea, Nieves, Susser), American Journal of Epidemiology, Sept. 1990.

Childhood Cancer Near Three Mile Island: Nuclear Plant Emissions and Background Radiation, (Hatch, Wallenstein, Beyea, Susser), Columbia University, New York, Sept. 1990.

Implications for Mortality of Weakening the Clean Air Act, (with G. Steve Jordan), Audubon EPAD Report #18, May, 1982.

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