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Articles in Peer Reviewed Journals (last 7 years)

  1. Goldstein, B.D. The scientific basis for the regulation of nanoparticles: Challenging Paracelsus and Paré.  UCLA Journal of Science, Law and Policy. 2010; 28(1):7-28.

  2. Goldstein, B.D. Benzene as a cause of lymphoproliferative disorders. Chemico-Biological Interactions. 2010;184:147-50. PMID: 20035727.

  3. Ward EM, Schulte PA, Straif K, Hopf NB, Caldwell JC, Carreón T, DeMarini DM, Fowler BA, Goldstein BD, et al. Research recommendations for selected IARC-classified agents. Environ Health Perspect. 2010;118(10):1355-62. PMCID: PMC2957912. PMID: 20562050.

  4. Goldstein BD. Risk Assessment of environmental chemicals: If it ain’t broke... Risk Anal. 2010:31(9):1356-62. PMID: 20626686.

  5. Goldstein BD. MTBE: A poster child for exposure assessment as central to effective TSCA reform. J Expo Sci Environ Epidemiol. 2010;20(3):229-30. PMID: 20407449.

  6. Goldstein BD. Hematological and toxicological evaluation of formaldehyde as a potential cause of human leukemia. Hum Exp Toxicol. 2011;30(7):725-35. PMID: 20729258.

  7. Takaro TK, Davis D, Van Rensburg SJ, et al.  Scientists appeal to Quebec Premier Charest to stop exporting asbestos to the developing world.  Int J Occup Environ Health. 2010;16(2):241-8. PMID: 20465068.

  8. Goldstein BD. The cultures of environmental health protection: risk assessment, precautionary principle, public health, and sustainability. Human and Ecological Risk Assessment. 2011;17(4):795-99.

  9. Goldstein BD, Osofsky HJ, and Lichtveld MY. The Gulf oil spill.  N Engl J Med. 2011;364(14):1334-48. PMID: 21470011

  10. Goldstein, BD. Joseph Schwerha 1937-2011. J Occup Environ Med. 2011;53(7):820.

  11. Goldstein BD, Liu Y, Wu F, and Lioy P. Comparison of the effects of the US Clean Air Act and of smoking prevention and cessation efforts on the risk of acute myelogenous leukemia. Am J Public Health. 2011;101(12):2357-61. PMID: 22021318.

  12. Goldstein, BD. EPA at 40: Reflections on the Office of Research and Development. Duke Environmental Law and Policy Forum. 2011; 21:295-308.

  13. Goldstein, B.D., Kriesky, J., and Pavliakova, B. Missing from the table: Role of the environmental public health community in governmental advisory commissions related to Marcellus Shale Drilling. Environ Health Perspect. 2012; doi: PMID: 22233770.

  14. Goldstein, B.D. John Snow, the Broad Street pump and the precautionary principle. Environmental Development. 2012; 1(1):3-9. doi:10.1016/j.envdev.2011.12.002

  15. Ferrar, K., Kriesky, J., Christen, C.L., Pavlic-Marshal, L., Malone, S., Ravi Sharma, R., Goldstein, B. D. Assessment and longitudinal analysis of health impacts and stressors perceived to result from unconventional shale gas development in the Marcellus Shale region. International Journal of Environmental and Occupational Health 2013;19(2):104-112 doi:

  16. Kriesky, J., Goldstein, B.D., Zell, K., Beach, S. Differing Opinions about Natural Gas Drilling in Two Adjacent Counties with Different Levels of Drilling Activity. Energy Policy. 2013;58 228-236 doi:

  17. Goldstein, B.D., Bjerke, E.F., Kriesky, J. Challenges of Unconventional Shale Gas Development: So What’s the Rush? Notre Dame Journal of Law. 2013; 27:149-186.

  18. Goldstein, B.D. The importance of public health agency independence: Marcellus shale gas drilling in Pennsylvania. American Journal of Public Health.Policy Brief.2014; 104(2) e13-e15. doi:10.2105/AJPH.2013.301755

  19. Portier, C. J., Goldman, L. R., & Goldstein, B. D. Inconclusive findings: now you see them, now you don't! Environmental Health Perspectives, 2014; 122(2), A36. doi: 10.1289/ehp.1408106

  20. Adgate, J.L., Goldstein, B.D., McKenzie, L.M. Critical review: Potential public health hazards, exposures and health effects from unconventional natural gas development. Environmental Science Technologies. DOI: 10.1021/es404621d 48 (15), pp 8307–8320.

  21. Landrigan, P.J., Cordero, J.F., Eaton, D.L., Goldstein, B.D., Hennig, B., Maier, R.M., Ozonoff, D., Smith, M.T., Tukey, R.H. The NIEHS superfund research program: twenty-five years of translational research for public health. Submitted for Publication. 2014.

  22. Goldstein, B.D., Brooks, B.W., Cohen, S.D., Gates, A.E., Honeycutt, M.E., Morris, J.B., Penning, T.M., Orme-Zavaleta, J., Snawder, J. The role of toxicological science in meeting the challenges and opportunities of hydraulic fracturing. Toxicological Sciences 139:271-283, 2014

  23. Small MJ, Stern PC, Bomberg E, Christopherson SM, Goldstein, BD et al: Risk and risk governance in unconventional shale gas development. Environ Sci Technol 48: 8289-97, 2014

  24. Bharadwaj,L. and Goldstein B.D. Invited Commentary. Shale gas development in Canada.  What are the potential health effects?  Canadian Medical Association Journal. ePub 2014

  25. Goldstein, BD. (2016). Flowback. The Environmental Forum. 33(1): 25-29

  26. Lichtveld, M., Goldstein, B.D., Grattan, L., & Mundorf, C. (2016). Then and now: lessons learned from community- academic partnerships in environmental health research. Environmental Health, 15(117): 1-4

  27. Goldstein, B.D., Hudak, J. (2016) Comparison of the role of property rights in right wing and left wing American and European environmental policy deliberations. Environmental Science & Policy, 68: 28–34

  28. Goldstein, B.D. (2017) The pertinence of Sutton's law to exposure science: Lessons from unconventional gas drilling. Accepted for publication Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology

  29. Samet J.S., Burke, T.A., Goldstein, B.D. The Trump Administration and the environment: Heed the science.( Invited Commentary) New England J Med, 376:1182-188, 2017

  30. Hansel, T., C., Osofsky, H., Baumgartner, E., Bradberry, S., Brown, L., Kirkland, K., Langhinrichsen-Rohling, J., Osofsky, J., Speier, A., H., Goldstein, B. D. (2017) Social and environmental justice as a lens to approach the distribution of $105 million of directed funding in response to the Deepwater Horizon oil disaster. Environmental Justice 10:119-127, 2017. DOI: 10.1089/env.2016.0039

  31. Beitsch L.M., Goldstein B.D., Buckner, A.V. (2017) Instigating public health set-asides: Deepwater Horizon as a model. Accepted for publication, J. Public Health Management and Practice

  32. Buckner, A.V., Goldstein, B.D. Beitsch, L.M. (2017) Building resilience among disadvantaged communities: Gulf Region Health Outreach Program overview. Accepted for publication, J. Public Health Management and Practice

Other Publications

  1. Goldstein, BD. Relevance of Transparency to Sustainability and to Pennsylvania's Marcellus Shale Act 13. In J.C. Dernbach & J.R. May (Eds.) Shale Gas and the Future of Energy: Law and Policy for Sustainability. Edward Elgar, London

  2. Goldstein, B. D. Development of the Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences Institute. (November 2016). Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Retired Faculty Association Newsletter. Volume 15 (4).

  3. Goldstein B.D. ( Winter 2017). New toxic chemical regulations [Invited Letter]. Issues in Science and Technology. Volume 33 (2) 8-9.

  4. Dr. Bernard Goldstein. Opinion Contributor. The HONEST Act is actually dishonest and will hurt the EPA. The Hill; April 20, 2017. Washington, DC.

  5. Goldstein BD and Berry B. Op Ed. The Big Danger of Lead Poisoning, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette April 30, 2017

  6. Dr. Bernard Goldstein. Opinion Contributor. An RX to reverse US withdrawal from the Paris climate deal. The Hill; July 14, 2017